Spring films to spring into post-exams We bothered the Sil staff for films they return to again and again


Alex (Assistant Sports)
The Longest Yard by Robert Aldrich

“It’s funny, but it’s also about the concept of teamwork and passion for the game. ”

Karen (Graphics)

Casablanca directed by Michael Curtiz

“Before Hollywood became obsessed with happily-ever-afters.”

Kacper (Opinions)

Phone Booth directed by Joel Schumacher

“It’s terrible,  repetitive, nothing happens really. But still so great.”

Jemma (Executive)
Waking Ned Divine directed by Kirk Jones

“Charming, hilarious and perfect with a cup of tea and biscuits.”

Cooper (Assistant ANDY)
Stop Making Sense directed by Jonathan Demme

“The greatest concert movie of all time. ”

Bahar (Senior ANDY)

Spiderman (the one with Tobey) directed by Sam Raimi

“With great power comes great responsibility…”

Liz (Assistant Photo)

Two Weeks Notice directed by William Faulkner

“I’m a cheesball – and who doesn’t love Hugh Grant?”

Yousif (Senior Photo)
Pulp Fiction directed by Quentin Tarentino

“Generally all-around awesome.”

Tomi (Features)

Dead Poets Society directed by Peter Weir

“The wardrobe is incredible.”

Sam (Managing)
Silence of the Lambs directed by Jonathan Demme

“Perfect for when you’re having friends for dinner.”


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Author: Cooper Long

Cooper is the Sil's assistant ANDY editor.