Top Five: Period Dramas

Period Drama noun plural noun: period dramas a television or film production set in a particular historical period and characterized by the use of costumes, sets, and props that are typical or evocative of the era [Google] I initially decided to make this Top Five because I wanted to add Pride & Prejudice (2005) to a […]

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Netflix Review: The Outsider

After saving the life of his cell mate Kiyoshi (Tadanobu Asano) in a Japanese prison, Nick (Jared Leto) is repaid by being given a second chance at life within one of the biggest crime families in Osaka. My favourite thing is that they cast someone who didn’t stick out like a sore thumb. He wasn’t […]

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Film Review: Game Night

The competitors came to win, the stakes are through the roof and the liquor is flowing. Whoever said games were just for kids obviously wasn’t doing it right. It’s the bottom of the ninth, the last inning, the 18th hole, and there can only be one winner. Competitive couple Max and Annie (Jason Bateman and […]

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Film Review: I, Tonya

The biographical movie of Tonya Harding, promises to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth… mostly. Tonya Harding (Margo Robbie) had a difficult life from the beginning; her family was poor and her mother’s love was debatable at best. Sadly for Tonya things went from bad to worse the day she […]

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Movies in March

Red Sparrow Game Night Gringo Wonder Wheel Mary Magdalene Peter Rabbit Tomb Raider A Wrinkle in Time Pacific Rim: Uprising Proud Mary Ready Player One Isle of Dogs Midnight Sun Based on UK Release dates.  

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February Movies, TV & Books Wrap-Up

Am I the only one who thought February absolutely flew? I knew we’re short a few days but still. Considering I only saw the one movie in cinema in January, this month saw a gross improvement….I saw two. Step Sisters (Netflix) Pride and Prejudice and Zombies [Re-watch] (Netflix) Date with Love (Netflix) Tomboy (Sky) Black Panther […]

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Film Review: The Shape of Water

It can only be a sign when a happy-go-lucky cleaner finds a connection with the most unlikely… individual. It’s the 1960’s and amidst sending men to the moon, the cold war and Martin Luther King Jr, the government is discovering and experimenting on the unknown. Elisa Esposito (Sally Hawkins) has her routines; she wakes up […]

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Top Five: From the 90’s

Though I was born in the 90’s I technically wasn’t old enough to watch a number of the shows and movies that came out during the decade. Still, as you can imagine I was drawn to the era and have reveled in the media it has produced since. With my birthday coming up, I couldn’t […]

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Film Review: Black Panther

Wakanda has opened its arms to the world and officially joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A merging of fantasy, technology and culture has created both a civilisation and a superhero like no other. It’s time to join the movement and fight the power. After the events of Captain America: Civil War, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) is now the king of the […]

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Netflix Review: Step Sisters

Jamilah (Megalyn Echikunwoke) is on the right track to getting a place at Harvard Law School. She is the President of her sorority Theta Chi Phi, captain of their Step team and works closely with the college Dean. However when her parents pull their alumni endorsement, Jamilah has to result to alternatives to securing her place […]

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January Movies, TV & Books Wrap-Up

New Year New Movies…. and Television series. The festive season is over so let’s get down to business; the movies I watched across the board this month….   Molly’ Game (Cinema) Serenity (Sky) Legend (Sky) Mansfield Park (Sky) xXx (Sky) The Bad Date Chronicles (Sky) My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (Sky) Cast Away (Sky) Anchorman: The […]

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Finally Watched: Legend (2015)

A paranoid schizophrenic walks into a bar… So I believe when this movie came out I had every intention of seeing it… and just didn’t. The biopic Legend tells the true story of the Kray Twins during the height of their power as gangsters of the East End, to their eventual and inevitable fall. After this […]

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Top Five: Anticipated of 2018

Follow my blog with Bloglovin As I wasn’t organised enough to do a 2017 wrap-up, and just stuck to one for December, I figured I might as well do this one in January. Tis the season of looking ahead and what not, and so without any further ado, my Top Five anticipated Movies and Television Series […]

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Blog URL Change

Hi there, You may or may not have noticed but I changed my blog url from to Though I have set up a site redirect and appear to have all my followers, for some reason at the same time I don’t – though I still may be coming up on your feed – […]

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Netflix Review: Bright

In a world where Orcs, Humans, Elves and a many other mythical creatures live side by side, old conflict is embedded across all cultures and as a consequence, hatred runs deep. A rookie cop Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) is partnered with veteran Daryl Ward (Will Smith), against the latters expressed wishes. Ward knows that to […]

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Film Review: Molly’s Game

Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, a lot of the structural dialogue may seem familiar, however this movie isn’t set in the newsroom and nor is it about a few good men. Poker is at the forefront, but Molly Bloom is not playing games. Ready to enjoy her youth after what feels like a lifetime […]

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Movies in January

List of movies coming out in cinema this month and the ones I’m most interested in seeing highlighted in bold. Molly’s Game All the Money in the World Brad’s Status Hostiles Darkest Hour Coco The Commuter The Post Downsizing 12 Strong Early Man Maze Runner: The Death Cure   Based on UK release dates

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December Movies/TV Wrap-Up

And just like that the year is over. Unfortunately I didn’t plan for it far enough in advance so I’m not going to do a wrap-up for the whole of 2017. With that being said; The movies I watched across the board this month…. Anastasia (Netflix) A Christmas Inheritance (Netflix) Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Cinema) […]

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