Are you stuck wondering what to watch? Maybe you have some ideas but you don’t want to waste time watching a film that turns out to be absolutely terrible.. But reading a review just takes so long! If this sounds like you (it probably doesn’t) then we have a solution! Haiku Reviews! That’s right Blueprint Review are back again bringing us the best of the best from this months bitesize Haiku Reviews. Enjoy!

Haiku Reviews – Top 10!

It’s good to be back. We enjoy our monthly slot on the blog. That’s the only time Blueprint: Film let us out to play. We’re joking, we’re actually very busy running our review site most of the time. But where we specialise in great, more lengthy reviews we do also love this haiku challenge! If you want to be featured in next months Haiku blog, first write a review (obviously)! Then tweet that review to @Blueprintrev or @Blueprintfilm with the hashtag #HaikuReview. We retweet all attempts, and the best ones get the much-coveted feature on the Blueprint Film blog!

MAN OF STEEL by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
Bad superhero
Working with bad director,
With bad screenplay. Bad.

TRAINWRECK by Kate V (@PossiblyEvenMe)
Slightly uneven,
But I really enjoyed it.
Amy Schumer’s my fave.


PICK UP ON SOUTH STREET by David Brook (@Dave_or_did)
Sam Fuller does noir,
A hard boiled masterpiece
From start to finish

MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
I guess this is what
Happens when a first draft is
Made into a film.

INSIDE OUT by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
Funny, beautiful,
Heart rending, Pixar are back.
A true masterpiece.

CHEF by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
Favreau does indie!
A spectacularly formed,
Small gem of a film.

PEEWEE’S BIG ADVENTURE by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
Starts disastrously,
But slowly it’s charms come through.
Still pretty poor though.

BOYHOOD by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
Conceptually great.
Logistically mid blowing.
Cinematic Gold.

HUMANS: SEASON 1 by Mikaela Smith (@MikaelaRhiannon)
Intriguing concept.
But this slow burner didn’t
Take it far enough.

Ex Machina by Lewis Coates (@Louiedodge)
Tense and Sleek Sci-fi,
Can we trust these smart machines?
Great new Director.


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