Top Five: That Scream Summer

I don’t know where you are in the world, but the UK is an absolute scorcher right now. And though the days of “Summer Vacation” has long since been put out to pasture for me; Summer is Summer. MOVIES Everyone has experienced a different kind of Summer Holiday, and though on mine I didn’t discover […]

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Film Review: Incredibles 2

Being a superhero may be illegal, but when the choice is between the law and saving lives, it takes some incredible people to choose the right path. It’s been fourteen years, but the movie picks up right where it left off – with the Incredibles (aka the Parr family), about to go up against the […]

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British TV: Humans (Series 3)

Created by Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley Broadcast: Channel 4 Concluded: 05/07/18 Synopsis: After the concluding events of the second series, the world has entered a new age for both humans and synths alike. Cast: Gemma Chan, Colin Morgan, Ivanno Jeremiah, Katherine Parkinson Episodes: Eight Spoilers spoilers everywhere and not a drop to drink. Even though I am focusing on the third […]

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Movies in July

The First Purge Whitney Mary Shelley Terminal Skyscraper Incredibles 2 Escape Plan 2 Hotel Artemis Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Mission Impossible: Fallout *Based on UK release dates

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June Movies, TV & Books Wrap-Up

Guys, forget the fact that last month was May… We’ve gone through half a year. 2018 is half over. I’ll leave that to sink in.   Ibiza (Netflix) Friends with Money (Netflix) In Bruges (Netflix) Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom (Cinema) Blade Runner (Sky) The Jane Austen Book Club (Netflix) Ocean’s 8 (Cinema) Pirates of the […]

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Film Review: Tag

There are no winners – just not losers in a simple game of tag that takes not losing to a whole new level. It – is more than just a childhood game. Every May, a game that started thirty years ago among five friends resumes. It’s the ultimate game of tag, and it’s no laughing […]

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Finally Watched: Blade Runner (1982)

This gritty film noir, dystopian sci-fi, mystery thriller, is a cult classic movie that sounds a whole lot more dangerous than running with scissors. Pulled back into the fold is the best Blade Runner out there; Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford). His mission, whether he likes it or not, is to track down four replicants (human-like […]

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Film Review: Ocean’s 8

They say diamonds are a girls best friend, and these women will go to extreme lengths to get their hands on one particularly pricey bestie. After being locked up for five years, Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock) has been released early on good behavior…. and is immediately up to her old tricks. Grifting runs in Debbie’s […]

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Netflix Review: Ibiza

Dance music on loop, drugs on tap, smoking hot DJ’s and the other essentials; sun sea and sand…looks like we’re going to Ibiza. Harper (Gillian Jacobs) is undervalued, overworked and overlooked at her job, but now she has the chance to prove her worth. Trusted to land a potential new client, Harper is sent to Barcelona. […]

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British TV: A Very English Scandal

Written by Russel T Davies Broadcast: BBC One Concluded: 03/06/18 Synopsis: Based on unfolding true events that spun over decade, between British politician Jeremy Thorpe, and his lover Norman Scott, beginning in the early 1960’s. Cast: Hugh Grant, Ben Whishaw, Alex Jennings Episodes: Three When politician Jeremy Thorpe (Hugh Grant) met Norman Scott (Ben Whishaw) in the early 1960’s, their […]

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May Movies, TV & Books Wrap-Up

I had a pretty average month across the board, especially considering how poorly I did in April. Either way, without further procrastination… I didn’t get time to do a movie a day for the month of May *cough* because I completely forgot *cough* but here’s what I did end up watching. The Truman Show (Sky) Anon (Cinema/Sky) […]

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British TV: The Split

Created by Abi Morgan Broadcast: BBC One Concluded: 29/05/18 Synopsis: The Split follows the Defoe family – female divorce lawyers with their own internal family conflicts and secrets. Cast: Nicola Walker, Stephen Mangan, Annabel Scholey, Barry Atsma, and Anthony Head Episodes: Six The series follows the dysfunctional lives of the Defoe women, whose lives have been […]

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Film Review: Deadpool 2

This is a family movie. No seriously. However it’s less; picnics and picturesque shots to hang over the mantelpiece, and more; jumping out of planes, killing everyone in sight and giving the world the middle finger. Deadpool aka Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is enjoying his role as the most brutal, feared and rude assassin in […]

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Top Five: I Haven’t Seen Yet

Riding off last months Top Five: That Still Get Me, I began to think about all those that hadn’t gotten me yet. The movies and series I knew I would enjoy… when I finally got around to ticking them off my never ending list. This one’s for you. Unwatched but unforgotten. Movies So this list […]

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Film Review: Anon

When peering and sharing is the unashamed norm, sometimes for your own sanity it’s better to stay off the grid, cut all ties and remain completely anonymous. Everything you see through your eyes is recorded. You can go back within your own memories and relive anything from your birth to the day you proposed to […]

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