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The Theory of Everything (2014) - Movie Review

Encompassing all the best parts of films like A Beautiful Mind by Ron Howard but creating its own signature and style to the biopic genre, James Marsh’s gorgeous and beautifully compelling The Theory of Everything, the true story of Stephen and Jane Hawking, is a sensitive piece of filmmaking that stands as one of the finest movie efforts of the year. 963 more words

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EARLY MAN (2018) Movie Review - Enough Football Puns To Fill A Stadium

The incredibly talented Aardman Animations are back with Early Man, a stop-motion animated sports film that is filled to the brim with puns and clever wordplay pertaining to the world of football. 617 more words


THEATRE REVIEW: Red starring Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch


WHERE: Wyndhams Theatre

WHEN: 5/5, press night 15/5, runs to 28/7/18

There’s a sense of unfinished business about this production which opened at the Donmar in 2009, transferred to Broadway where it won six Tonys but never made it to the West End. 265 more words


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Review

The book Fantastic Beasts was a reproduction of a textbook owned by Harry Potter and written by magizoologist Newt Scamander, a character in the fictional Harry Potter series. 815 more words


Eddie Redmayne Faces the Dark Arts in 'Fantastic Beasts' Sequel Footage

Warner Bros. released new footage Tuesday for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” with a teenage Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) receiving Defense Against the Dark Arts instruction at Hogwarts. 305 more words


The Theory of Everything - Một câu chuyện đẹp

Hôm nay xem phim The Theory of Everything – Thuyết vạn vật, lòng đọng lại nhiều cảm xúc. Đã bao lần mở phim chuẩn bị xem nhưng chưa sẵn sàng thì tắt. 823 more words


"Early Man" Review

With CGI as prevalent and accessible as it is today, any animation studio that still specialises in stop-motion animation has to be doing it out of sheer love for the form and how the handcrafted characters can bring a story to life. 609 more words

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