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Review: Beauty and the Beast

What happens when the last petal falls? How can the curse be broken? Beauty and the Beast is a Disney musical fairy tale which was firstly introduced back in 1991. Since then, it has become an all-time favourite to all the spirits that never grow older. Every little girl has dreamt of the moment she …Read More


Film Review: Passengers

The passengers aboard the Avalon space ship are flying across space, asleep in hibernation pods to embark on a 125-year journey to their new world, Homeland II.  The plot begins when one of the pods malfunctions and Jim Preston (Chris Pratt) wakes up ninety years too early.  He finds himself alone with only a robot …Read More


Review: Robert Zemeckis’ ‘The Walk’

In The Walk, Robert Zemeckis illustrates the unbelievable story of Philippe Petit, the mad Frenchman that plans to do the impossible and quite outstandingly achieves – walking on a tightrope across the World Trade Centre towers.  Zemeckis pushes us to the edge of our seats as he forces the audience to look down from the …Read More


Stuck on Repeat: Why Are We So Obsessed With Remakes?

One of the most anticipated cinematic releases of 2015 was Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which saw the re-emergence of eternally loyal Star Wars fans, and a profit of almost $1,000,000,000 in the USA by May 2016.  Brands went crazy to profit from the release, with Star Wars merchandise appearing everywhere, and people queued for …Read More


Review: Marvel’s Dr Strange

The latest instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) sees another one of the lesser known Marvel properties, Dr Stephen Strange, being brought to life. Fan favourite Benedict Cumberbatch plays the titular character and, slightly off putting American accent aside, does well to bring a character to life that the majority of the viewing public …Read More


Film Review: The Girl on the Train

‘The Girl on the Train’, directed by Tate Taylor (‘The Help’), is the highly anticipated adaptation of Paula Hawkins’s bestselling novel; set to be one of the biggest box office hits of this year. As someone who saw the film prior to reading the book, I didn’t know much about the plot of ‘The Girl …Read More


Review: Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice

Rating: – The not so super Superman movie that we neither deserve nor need, but we got anyway.  Spoilers ahead for the following: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman (1989), Man of Steel, Batman and Superman: World’s Finest, and the Dark Knight Returns. Dawn of Justice (as we will be calling it from now on) …Read More


Review: The Revenant

The Revenant is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year (I know it’s only January!). Therefore, I was dying to see it. A personal bonus for me are the two protagonists Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hardy – a dynamic and of course incredibly good looking duo that inevitably proved to be …Read More


Review: Spectre

Bond is back and as spec(tre)tacular as ever!  I consider myself to be an avid James Bond fan so as soon as the latest Bond film, ‘Spectre’, was released I booked my ticket. I’d read a few reviews online to help escalate my excitement and all of them were rave reviews of Daniel Craig’s success …Read More