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16th Feb
As a film that took only 8 months from the word ‘go’ to the shooting of the final scene, Spielberg’s ‘The Post’ could have easily been underwhelming...
15th Feb
Focusing on one of the most pressing social issues of our time, The Almighty Sometimes is a exploration of children’s mental health that takes its...
14th Feb
Based on the famous and fabulous film by Tom Hedley and Joe Eszterhas, Flashdance tells the story of 18 year old wanna be dancer Alex Owens, welder...
13th Feb
A good drama always keeps me captivated; sitting at the edge of my seat, heart pounding and desperate to find out what happens, especially those...
8th Feb
It seems as though the world of film and television is living in a nostalgic era of late. With Stranger Things paying homage to the 80’s in its...
8th Feb
From the first photograph taken by Nicéphore Niépce in the mid-1820s to the endless ones we snap on a daily basis now, there is, of...
8th Feb
Telling a story that contains a prevalent element of death in the most magical, child friendly, yet sophisticated way possible is a tough ask, but...
7th Feb
The phrases ‘cinematic masterpiece’ and ‘definitive sci-fi classic’ always come to mind when I think of the massively influential 1977 Star Wars film...
7th Feb
After seeing a circus bear being forced to perform, Jamie Fletcher realised that this reflected her life, and how the world wanted her to conform to...
6th Feb
While meeting on a train, Guy Haines, a young tennis player, and Charles Bruno, a charming psychopath. Charles wants to "get rid" of his hated father...

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