Jack Bottomley

An official Roobla opinionator since January 30, 2013

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About Jack Bottomley

Residing from West Yorkshire with a degree in Film and Media from the University of Central Lancashire. I have a passion for many genres (Horror, Documentary) and am an avid Star Wars fan. Follow my film ramblings, verdicts and zaniness on Twitter @JJB888

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Review: The Lego Movie (2014)

Stunningly animated, consistently funny and with a plot so generous your misgivings seem to melt away, The Lego Movie may be an advert but it is an even better film.

4 years | Read on
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Review: Gravity (2013)

Gravity is old school but groundbreaking, spectacular but deep and action-packed but tense. This is the best cinematic experience of 2013.

4 years | Read on
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Lil Bub and Friendz (2013)

Light on depth and admittedly odd, documentary Lil Bub and Freindz gets by on goodwill and the undeniable draw of its headlining feline.

4 years | Read on
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Review: Diana (2013)

Diana is an oddly unemotive bore that feels strangely worked and less a sweeping biopic, more like Bridget Jones’ Dianary.

5 years | Read on
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Review: The Great Hip Hop Hoax (2013)

The Great Hip Hop Hoax is a particularly interesting story that has some biting things to say about modern music, even though it ends with a bit of a whimper.

5 years | Read on
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Review: Pain & Gain (2013)

A masturbatory celebration of muscles and drugs which might be hypnotic at times but the tone is as messed up as the central onscreen trio.

5 years | Read on
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Review: Get Lucky (2013)

A Brit thriller that is admirably older school in ambition, Get Lucky is disorderly but pacey enough to keep fans watching.

5 years | Read on
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Review: The Conjuring (2013)

James Wan’s film lacks the fully roundedness of his last film (Insidious) but delivers majorly on the scares, characters and atmospherics.

5 years | Read on
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