A Few More Short Film Reviews

A Few More Short Film Reviews

Sorry I haven’t posted anything for quite a while! I have been busy doing university assignments including a residential to Worcester College, Oxford. I am currently reading mainly historical and critical books concerning Ovid, Shakespeare as well as the histories of English, American and French revolutions, therefore I haven’t really had the time to read any novels recently. However, I have watched some films recently, so I’ve made the effort to do another short film ratings blog post. Here are some reviews of films that generally I have wanted to watch for a while and have only just got round to them!

When Harry Met Sally 4.25 / 5

Top of the films I have wanted to watch for a long time but somehow, never actually getting round to watching it was When Harry Met Sally. I loved the film from start to finish including the famous “restaurant scene”. 😉 The film was funny, down-to-earth and thought provoking, especially concerning the concept that the film is set around: Can men and women ever just be friends?

Billy Crystal (Harry) and Meg Ryan (Sally) play two characters that are poles apart personality-wise, but their lives converge at varying points after journeying to New York City together. The film follows the pair through relationships, break-ups and friendship. Lovely film. 🙂

When Harry Met Sally

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