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Tag: Rachael RNR

Podcast

Big Picture Film Club & Friends Podcast | Featuring Rachael RNR & Silver Screen Dudes

May 16, 2020
Big Picture Film Club & Friends, Featuring Rachael RNR & Silver Screen Dudes

Big Picture Film Club’s Presh & Urvisha shoot the breeze with the Silver Screen Dudes (AJ & Nico) and Rachael (from Rachael’s Reviews) to talk about upcoming films, going to the cinema, what we’re all watching during lockdown and more!

Watch the full podcast below (via YouTube)

Big Picture Film Club & Friends Podcast

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Reviews

Rachael RNR reviews “The Day Shall Come”

October 19, 2019
Rachael Review The Day Shall Come

YouTuber & Presenter, Rachel RNR reviews The Day Shall Come

What’s it about?

From writer/director, Chris Morris (Four Lions), The Day Shall Come follows Moses (Marchánt Davis) on his revolutionary dreams, but gets caught in the twisted FBI terrorist prevention schemes that in fact create the threat.

The Day Shall Come Review (Rachael RNR)

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Reviews

Rachael RnR Reviews Jordan Peele’s “Us”

March 30, 2019
Us Review Rachael RnR

Written & directed by Jordan Peele, YouTuber & Presenter, Rachel RNR reviews the blockbuster horror “Us”.

What’s it about?

Haunted by a traumatic experience from the past, Adelaide grows increasingly concerned that her past will catch up to her. Her worst fears soon become a reality when four masked strangers descend upon the house, forcing the Wilsons into a fight for survival.

“Us” is currently available to watch in cinemas.

Reviews

Review: Green Book

January 30, 2019
Rachael Green Book Review

YouTuber & Presenter, Rachel RNR reviews the critically acclaimed Green Book, starring Viggo Mortensen & Mahershala Ali.

What’s the film about?

A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South.

Rachael RNR Reviews Green Book