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Film Review – Taken 3

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There was Taken, Taken 2 and now Taken 3, starring Liam Neeson. Before you think, oh not another one, how often will this happen before they learn … wait. A slightly different approach to the typical Taken plots makes this instalment rather refreshing. Check out what Andy and I have to say. Read More »

Film Review – Into The Woods and Mortdecai

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Time for a double whammy in this week’s film review! Hope you are ready for Into the Woods and Mortdecai. Surprising ratings and mixed opinions regarding these films, find out what Andy and I have to say. Read More »

Film Review – The Theory of Everything

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So this week was all about The Theory of Everything. A biopic on the relationship between Stephen Hawking and his wife, this film was insightful, inspirational and simply incredible. Read More »

Film Review – Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

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Imagine a world where museum exhibits come to life. Ok well I know that’s not necessarily anything new. We have seen it take place twice before in America. But wait… Now imagine it crossing the pond, as it were, to lovely old London. Welcome to our screens, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, set in London and the British Museum. An interesting storyline and thoroughly ... Read More »

Film Review – Exodus: Gods and Kings

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Any portrayal of such an epic, biblical, miraculous story is a tough project for anyone. But Ridley Scott, well known for directing Gladiator, does a tremendously good job. Alongside a well chosen cast, this film has amazing, jaw dropping scenes and very powerful imagery to match the large and intense scale of the story. However, there is one thing that held ... Read More »

Film Review – Paddington AND Penguins of Madagascar

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A double whammy in this week’s film review! Two family friendly comedy films; Paddington and Penguins of Madagascar. Here is what Andy and I have to say.   Read More »

Film Review – The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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If I had to sum up this film in one word, it would have to be EPIC! From the action to the soundtrack, the costume to the location, every aspect of this film did not disappoint. Definitely worth the wait and a film that as soon as the credits came up I wanted to watch all over again. Read More »

Film Review – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

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In this week’s film review I discuss The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. In all honesty, not exactly what I was expecting, however, still worth a watch in order to piece together what’s happened since the last film and of course know the set up for the final instalment.   Read More »

Film Review – The Imitation Game

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Now this was an interesting watch that Andy and I thoroughly enjoyed. The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, is a film based on a true story, which makes it all the more thrilling and emotional to see. An insight into a massive secret that took place during World War II, this film will definitely be an eye-opening experience. Read More »

Film Review – Horns

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Daniel Radcliffe stars in this week’s film review based on the novel by Joe Hill. Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) wakes up to find horns sprouting for his temples, all while he tries to uncover who murdered his girlfriend. Emotional, tormenting, touching and at times deeply messed up, Horns has you asking WHODUNNIT?? This is what Andy and I thought about the film. ... Read More »