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The Light Between Oceans (2016) Review

It’s surprising how little time I’ve had to watch films for enjoyment since beginning my degree in Film Studies!¬†Using the first day of ‘reading week’ as the perfect excuse to explore my new local cinema for the first time I … Continue reading

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The ‘Cinema Experience’ – Back to the Future Day

Since the first day of the New Year I had been eagerly anticipating today, the 21st October 2015. Today is of course the day that Marty McFly travelled to the future in Robert Zemeckis’ 1989 film, Back to the Future … Continue reading

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The Walk (2015) Review

Having only been released in the UK last Friday, I was incredibly surprised to learn that The Walk was no longer showing at my local multiplex cinema; I was even more surprised to learn that the smaller and much cheaper … Continue reading

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Everest (2015) Review

A huge visual spectacle, Everest is a film with a jam-packed cast and a heart wrenching story, but it’s difficult to leave the cinema without feeling like you’ve just seen a film that tries to do too much in a … Continue reading

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Ant-Man (2015) Review

I think that it’s safe to say that almost every person that went to see Ant-Man this weekend was rather apprehensive. The concept of giving Ant-Man his own feature film has taken it’s fair share of criticism, perhaps from people … Continue reading

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Is TV the new ‘cinema’?

Something that I’ve seen discussed a fair amount recently is the question of whether or not TV is the new cinema. This is a question that must have been triggered by a variety of factors, perhaps most influential is the … Continue reading

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Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) Review

Ridiculous in places, too long and a few questionable accents. That’s one way to describe Exodus: Gods and Kings, but contrasting this it can also be argued that Exodus is thoroughly entertaining and a film that I very much enjoyed, … Continue reading

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