This year has been a trying twelve months for so many, so with this in mind we’ve put together a list of alternative films for you to watch over the festive season. Step aside Macaulay Culkin and delve into a world that’s more than A Miracle on 34th Street – these documentaries talk about everything...Read More
I visited Notting Hill’s Electric Cinema on my Bank Holiday Weekend, and, with high expectations, I was pleasantly surprised. A small, quaint cinema beloved by London filmgoers, Electric Cinema has been a historic part of Portobello Road life ever since 1911 and also has a sister cinema in Shoreditch. Also frequented by many a celebrity, Electric...Read More
When word of The Jungle Book remake came to light fans of the beloved Disney classic were more than apprehensive. But as time went on and as the cast, and studio producers were announced an excitement around the project grew to unimaginable heights. A teaser trailer featuring Mowgli and Kaa set the stage – a...Read More
Over 60 years since The Price of Salt was first published – a story of two women, both from different warps of life who ultimately fall in love. It has now been adapted for the big screen in the form of Carol. Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara play the leading ladies, with both actresses earning...Read More
When I first heard that Hollywood were investing so much time and money into Suffragette – the story of Maud Watts played by Carey Mulligan, a foot soldier in the war on equality and women’s rights to vote, I was genuinely shocked that it was finally happening. I could feel the excitement building inside of me;...Read More
Last night I fully committed to a marathon of back to back romcoms, chocolate, and wine, and it was perfect! As much as we all love the summer, we have to admit that the darker nights and rainy days have their perks too. We get to stay in with a foolproof, valid excuse. So with...Read More
Troubled soul, drug addict, victim; regardless of your opinion of Amy Winehouse there was no denying her extraordinary talent. And it is this, amidst the tragic drug fuelled performances and public breakdowns, that ultimately shines through when watching the Amy documentary. I am sure that most reviews of this documentary will devote their words to...Read More
From the creative minds of The Fault in Our Stars comes Paper Towns, an original love story that takes to the road. A road trip is something we all dream about, whether it’s with a loved one, with friends, or with family. It’s personally been my goal since watching my all time favourite movie, Thelma...Read More
With social media at our fingertips wherever we go, it can seem strange that our online friends don’t always equate to real life relationships. As people move apart for various reasons and lose touch, many of us can start to feel isolated by the fact that we don’t have any real friends to simply hang out with. Nobody ever...Read More
Welcome to San Fransokyo, a bustling city that you’ll wish you could actually visit. Here you’ll meet Hiro Hamada an intelligent young man wasting his time in back-alley robot fights – his brother Tadashi attends the local university where he spends the majority of his time in the robotics lab working on Baymax, a personal...Read More
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