There seems little else to do on a rainy Sunday afternoon except to get cosy, drink copious amounts of tea and watch a film. That is exactly what I did and the film choice, Goodbye Christopher Robin, was an utterly brilliant one. So much so in fact, that it is one of those films that...Read More
If you’re looking for a film that is not only uplifting and feel good, but will also inspire you to rise up against adversity and achieve something great, then make sure you see the newly released Hidden Figures. The big screen adaption of Margot Lee Shetterly’s sensational true story of the same name tells the tale of an...Read More
It’s been revealed that the pair responsible for the Oscar’s ‘Best Picture’ blunder and so called ‘envelopegate’ will not be working with the Academy Awards in the future. President of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, has voiced her anger at the mistake that she feels has ultimately stolen the...Read More
Nominated for a staggering 14 Oscars La La Land is the film on everyone’s lips right now. Words like “Incredible!” “Glorious!” and “Magnificent!” have been bounded about by critics who got to glimpse this supposed masterpiece before it hit theaters worldwide this month. But once La La Land reached the masses, moviegoers the world over...Read More
Since it’s release in 2006 The Devil Wears Prada starring Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt and Stanley Tucci has become a beloved cult classic with fashion and film fans alike. Based on the best-selling 2003 novel of the same name, it portrays the hilarious yet cut-throat experiences that Andrea endures whilst working under notoriously...Read More
Jackie November 22nd 1963, Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. Jackie Kennedy just 34 years old accompanied her husband President John F. Kennedy, on what would be the final day of his life. Assassinated in cold blood he was brutally murdered in a case that would never be brought to justice; it was a day that shook...Read More
Despite the less than favourable press reviews of the latest blockbuster Suicide Squad, the all-star cast took the UK’s capital by storm at the premiere in Leicester Square this week. But the show stealers from the start of this project have always been Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie. Living up to their character’s reputations by...Read More
Over the past couple of weeks the internet has been awash with campaigns, tweets and articles urging Disney to give Elsa a girlfriend in Frozen 2. The campaign comes from the growing frustration of a lack of diversity from the production company – instead giving us countless white, heterosexual relationships. Putting this type of pressure...Read More
With the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in full swing, fans of world cinema were awaiting the highly anticipated release of the festival’s opening film – Cafe Society. Directed by the legendary Woody Allen the cast is headed up by familiar co-stars Kristen Stewart and Jesse Einsenberg as well as Judy Davis, Paul Schneider, Steve Carrel and Blake...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
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