Film Review: The Gentlemen

They may be suited, booted and dripping in money, but these men are anything but gentle. The Synopsis Michael Pearson aka Micky (Matthew McConaughey) is looking to retire and sell on his empire to an American businessman. However another London crime ring smell the change in the wind and want to cut into the deal. […]

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2019 Wrap-Up

We’ve reached the end once more, and though I haven’t been writing movie reviews for quite up to a decade – which is a shame – it’s still nice to look back one last time towards the past. Continuing the format I started in 2018, I go month by month picking out my favourite Movie, […]

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Film Review: Little Women (2019)

Revived with an enchanting cast is Louisa May Alcott’s, Little Women. The Synopsis It’s Christmas and the March sisters, Meg (Emma Watson), Jo (Saoirse Ronan), Amy (Florence Pugh) and Beth (Eliza Scanlen) have no presents and are without their father who is away helping during the war American Civil War. However, the girls are determined […]

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Film Review: Cats

At this point the movie sort of speaks for itself doesn’t it… The Synopsis Victoria (Francesca Hayward), an abandoned white coated cat, is found by a group of strays who takes her under their paws to show her the ways of the Jellical Cats. On that night, they are on their way to the Jellical […]

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Netflix Christmas: Klaus

Christmas Bells Jingled: 🔔🔔 Use to a life of silk sheets and privilege, Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) is given an ultimatum by his father that sees him forced into the family postal business. Sent to Smeerensburg, Jesper sees an opportunity to get out of his situation when he meets elusive woodsman Klaus (J.K. Simmons) who has […]

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Film Review: Knives Out

When the lawyer brings the will out, the family brings their knives out. The Synopsis On the day after his 85th birthday celebration, wealth crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead in his study. What looks in every way like a suicide ends up turning into a full on murder investigation when Private […]

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Film Review: Charlie’s Angels

They might be Angels to Charlie, but to the killer and crooks of the world, these women have horns and they’re not afraid to show them. What my cinema companion said: “Yeah that was alright I guess” The Synopsis Scientist and Programmer extraordinaire, Elena (Naomi Scott) is working on a devise that will revolutionise energy […]

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Film Review: Frozen II

Since the gates opened, things have changed in Arendelle for the better, but the season of change is far from over. Anna and Elsa need to let go of everything they thought they knew about their past and go on a journey that leads them into the unknown. The Synopsis A young Elsa and Anna […]

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Movies in December

Motherless Brooklyn Black Christmas Jumanji: The Next Level Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Cats Ip Man 4: The Finale Little Women Playing with Fire Spies in Disguise Netflix UK A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby Marriage Story A Family Reunion Christmas 6 Underground

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Film Review: 21 Bridges

There might be 21 bridges that lead out of Manhattan but all roads eventually lead to justice. The Synopsis During a mix up on a routine burglary, petty criminals, Michael (Stephan James) and Ray (Taylor Kitsch) leave the scene with eight bodies in their wake and the entire Manhattan police force on their tail. Put […]

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Film Review: Harriet

‘Be Free or Die’ has become my official words to live by. The Synopsis Araminta Ross (Cynthia Erivo) has to run. Her master Gideon Brodess (Joe Alwyn) is selling her South – a place where slaves are never heard from again, and conditions are worse than they are in her state of Maryland. Leaving behind […]

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Film Review: Last Christmas

Last Christmas, I gave you my heart but the very next day…. Well we all know how that one ends. The Synopsis Kate’s (Emilia Clarke) life is in a perpetual state of falling apart. At twenty-six her part time job as an elf at a year round Christmas store has turned full time, she can’t […]

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Movies in November

Brittany Runs a Marathon The Aeronauts Midway The Good Liar The Irishman 21 Bridges Ford v Ferrari Last Christmas Frozen 2 Judy & Punch Knives Out Charlies Angels Coming to Netflix UK American Son Holiday in the Wild The King Let it Snow Klaus The Knight Before Christmas The Irishman Holiday Rush

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British TV: Sanditon

Created and Written by Andrew Davies Broadcast: ITV Concluded: 13/10/2019 Synopsis: Set in the up and coming seaside town of Sanditon, Jane Austen’s incomplete finally gets an ending. Cast: Rose Williams, Theo James, Anne Reid, Kris Marshall, Leo Suter Episodes: Eight Charlotte Haywood (Rose Williams) has been invited to Sanditon by Tom and Mary Parker (Kris […]

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Netflix Review: Raising Dion

Life is as normal as it can be for Nicole (Alisha Wainwright) and Dion (Ja’Siah Young), having lost husband and father Mark (Michael B. Jordan) a few years ago, and now living in a new neighborhood. It’s a day like any other when Dion suddenly has a telekinetic experience during breakfast. Day to day new […]

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Film Review: Joker

Let’s just say that this clown doesn’t give you much to laugh about. The Synopsis The city of Gotham is tethering on the edge of becoming a place rife with darkness and despair, as tensions run high and the air is static with the possibility of an uprising. Refusing to acknowledge the shadows of the […]

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Movies in October

Judy Joker Abominable Gemini Man The Day Shall Come Official Secrets Zombieland: Double Tap Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Terminator: Dark Fate Black and Blue The Addams Family The Beach Bum The Last Black Man in San Fransico Doctor Sleep

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Film Review: Hustlers

You can’t always get what you want, but if you know how to hustle you can certainly get what you need. The Synopsis Destiny (Constance Wu) isn’t new to stripping, but she’s made her way to the city in the hopes the clientele have a lot more cash to spend. Things aren’t going quite to […]

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