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Fantastic Casting And Witty Humour Renders ‘Knives Out’ A Success | Film Review

  Refreshingly self-aware and full of wit, Rian Johnson’s Knives Out opens with the mysterious death of 85-year-old Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), just after having celebrated his milestone birthday. What with Harlan’s slit-throat and a family laden with possible motivations, detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) suspects foul play.   Could grandson Ransom (Chris Evans), heard bickering with his grandfather the[…]

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‘Toy Story 4’ – Pixar Matches Former Franchise Greats | Film Review

  I can’t have been alone in feeling an aversion to Toy Story 4. 2010’s Toy Story 3 was such a rousing critical success and felt like a perfect send-off for everyone’s beloved toys. Despite being an obvious commercial hit, it felt like the Toy Story franchise was above the need for cash-grab sequels, and that Disney-Pixar would leave their[…]

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The 5 Best Vampire Shows / Films You Have To Watch This Year | Film News

  I’ve created a list of must haves for your weekend binge of horror, thriller and a little bit of comedy. It’s all in there, from the cheesy-but-brilliant vamp flicks to the serious / artistic shows / films. This list has it all, so if, like me, you love a bit of supernatural TV, keep reading for the best of[…]

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Olivia Colman Delivers Performance Of A Lifetime In ‘The Favourite’ | Film Review

  The Favourite released in the UK on 1 January 2019, and it has already won 14 awards and received a rating of 94% on Rotten Tomatoes. Though it is not recommended to go by ratings sometimes, this film surely takes a place in one of the greatest period drama tragicomedies to date.   But is it 100% accurate? For[…]

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‘Mary Poppins Returns’ With A Spoonful Of Sugar | Film Review

  Emily Blunt’s Mary Poppins Returns hit theatres on 21st December, similar to the original 1964 film which released on the 23rd.   The emotional musical was reminiscent for those who grew up watching the original, yet delightfully new to young audiences.   With the majority of the film being brand new, the only remembrance seemed to be the return[…]

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