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Sean McConville


United Kingdom


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My name is Sean McConville, I am passionate individual with 5 years of film studies and film making experience behind me and a lifelong interest in the art of film. I have made and been involved with many films during my time as a graduate of the Newport Film School, one of the many well respected film schools in the UK in 2016.

After graduating, I turned my attention to writing film reviews to insure that I never lost sight of my love for film.

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Coco Review

Back when Pixar were at the top of their game, the studio was untouchable. There was no animation studio in ...
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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

Already we’re in Oscar season, you can smell it in the cinemas as all the films you’ve heard about getting ...
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All the Money in the World

All the Money in the World Review

Despite being directed by Ridley Scott, I’m willing to bet that this film would have flown under people’s radar had ...
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Sean McConville Reviews 2017 Awards (Winners)

Hello to all reading. There have been nominees so there must be winners. Every film mentioned in my previous post ...
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Sean McConville Reviews 2017 Awards (Nominees)

My goodness, I’m still coming to terms with the fact that a full year of film has just gone by ...
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Pitch Perfect 3 Review

I suppose there is an art to guilty pleasure films. To perfect it, is to give viewers comfort and a ...
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review (Spoiler Free)

I looked back at how far this film series has come before I saw The Last Jedi and am reminded ...
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The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist Review

This film is a paradox to report on. The Disaster Artist is essentially the behind the scenes look of The ...
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Wonder Review

This film has a very core demographic I felt, but nevertheless, it seemed to promise that it would tug at ...
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Suburbicon Review

I would love to start this review in the same way many of my reviews start, with a nice introduction ...
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Justice League

Justice League Review

Once again, we find ourselves in the same position we were in last time a DC Film came out. Massive ...
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Only the Brave

Only the Brave Review

As well as being a humanitarian story, Only the Brave is a fantastic reminder to screenwriters that you don’t have ...
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Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express Review

Agatha Christie has written some of the best hands down murder mystery in literary history. I like to think of ...
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The Snowman Review

Put into perspective, the rise of Scandinavian crime dramas is still quite new compared to other media trends. However, their ...
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Blade Runner 2049 Review

Films that define a genre are the most precious of films, because of this, to have a go at bringing ...
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