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Review the films you've seen over the last few days – in 17 syllables, if you can

We're always asking you to tell us about the films you've recently watched. This time, for no reason whatsoever, we're asking you to tell us in haiku form.

Points (of the imaginary kind) will be awarded for posts that indicate both what the film in question is And what you thought of it. If you want to be a stickler about the corrent haiku format, it's 17 syllables across three lines – 5-7-5.

Here's some readers have been sending our way on Twitter – for more, check out the #filmhaiku hashtag, or see the sterling work undertaken at reviewinhaiku.com

@BFI: La Belle et la Bête / Love turns a beast beautiful / And in magic we believe again

‏@mikeharvkey: Coughing broke out when // Blue Is the Warmest Color // got all soixante-neuf #filmhaiku

@GYShiftGems: Wayne's World was re-watched / The passage of time, »

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