Matthew Trundle

A fan of film and tv aspiring to be a somewhat good writer. 

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The Dark Secrets of ‘Three Identical Strangers’ Make it a Must-See Documentary
23 days ago
David Kellman, Eddy Galland and Bobby Shafran became a global sensation when they found each other and discovered that they were three identical triplets that had been separated at birth, paraded arou...
'If Beale Street Could Talk' Is a Sweeping yet Tragic Romantic Drama
2 months ago
Both Barry Jenkins and Damien Chazelle found themselves in a really peculiar position after their films were switched for Best Picture Oscar in one of the awards ceremonies most farcical moments ever....
'The Favourite' Is One of the Wildest Best Picture Nominees I’ve Ever Seen
2 months ago
Period dramas aren’t something that I actively seek out to watch in my free time, and the genre label is quite off-putting for me. However, every once in a while they’ll be one that nearly everyone is...
'Ralph Breaks the Internet' Genuinely Gave Me One of the Most Surprising Cinematic Experiences of 2018
3 months ago
Ralph Breaks the Internet has become something of an in-joke between my friends and I since we saw it on a whim over a month ago. We’d all grown up watching the weird, half-baked, direct-to-DVD Disney...
Why Isn’t 'Wildlife' a Bigger Player at This Year’s Awards Season?
3 months ago
This year’s award season has been quite perplexing for numerous reasons, with the usual "prestige" pictures being removed in favour of lazy and problematic crowd-pleasing films that seem to be present...
'Lodge 49' Has the Most Realistic Ensemble of Any Show This Year
4 months ago
In an era full of shock value, big moment television with more and more shows having bigger budgets or acting as star vehicles to talented A-list Hollywood actors, Lodge 49 is a massive change of pace...