All posts by Alex Paine

Classic Film Kid: Raiders of the Lost Ark

Hello, yet again, from the Classic Film Kid! After my step into TV last time, we’re getting into some classic films again, and today it’s none other than Harrison Ford’s action lead, Indiana Jones, in Raiders of the Lost Ark. In this, professor and archaeologist

The Classic Film Kid takes on Doctor Who

Hello guys, and even though it’s me, the Classic Film Kid, we’re not looking at classic films today. Instead, we’re taking a break from that, and looking at one of my favourite shows of all time, Doctor Who. Now I love Doctor Who. It is

Classic Film Kid: Star Wars

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, spoilers lay ahead… Hello guys, and welcome again to my Classic Film Kid blog! Today we are summing the word classic up to a T by reviewing one of the most iconic and influential films

Classic Film Kid: To Kill a Mockingbird

hello everyone, and welcome to another review from the Classic Film Kid! Today we are looking at the 1962 adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. This film is implied to be set during the Great Depression around the early 1930s and follows

Classic Film Kid: 2001: Space Odyssey

SPOILERS AHEAD Hi guys, it’s the Classic Film Kid here, and with the 5th entry in my reviewing blog, we are taking a step into the mind of Stanley Kubrick. Even though he is a very stripped-back guy (surprising, I know), I am absolutely positive

Classic Film Kid: The Matrix

Happy New Year, everyone! This is the Classic Film Kid again, and with the Christmas decorations rightfully being taken down and the tree being boxed up again, it’s time to get back with some serious reviewing, and we will kick off 2017 with a review

Classic Film Kid: Home Alone

Hi everyone, it’s me again, the Classic Film Kid,  and I thought with Christmas less than a week away, we would review a classic festive adventure, and what better than Home Alone, the classic Christmas family comedy (without the family, like it says on the

Classic Film Kid: Stand by Me

Hi all, it’s me, the Classic Film Kid, and I’m back with a second review. What classic are we reviewing today?, I hear you ask. Well, I am looking at Stand By Me, directed by Rob Reiner, and based Stephen King’s short story (or novella,

Classic Film Kid: Jaws

Hi everyone, you probably – no, definitely – won’t know who the heck I am. I’m an 11yr old kid, as well as a massive movie obsessive who is always wanting to see new films when they come out, I absolutely love talking about films,