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Jennifer Anniston shines in this incredible film. It is moving, uncomfortable, unusual and heart-wrenching. I absolutely loved it.

The cinematography is gorgeous. I love some of the shots, in particular, shots through the curtain from the bedroom and shots of the wind-chimes. 98 more words


Mr. Robot

This fascinating drama about a young cybersecurity engineer/hacker (played by Rami Malek) was a big success during its premiere season last summer. It also won a Golden Globe for best drama. 46 more words


Summer Containers for Shade

Recently there has been a strong movement towards perennials among the containers in our shady back garden. They got tired of buying hordes of annuals in spring, and then again in summer. 531 more words

Shade Gardening

Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali "The Greatest of All Time" Dead at 74

Muhammad Ali, known as a civil rights champion, humanitarian, The People’s Champion and who proclaimed himself “The Greatest” has died.

The champ who was known around the world as the man who “floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee” died Friday at a Phoenix hospital, where he spent his most recent days being treated for respiratory complications from Parkinson’s Disease, that he had suffered with for three decades. 208 more words

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Review: The Big Short (2015)

Director: Adam McKay

Starring: Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt

Release Date: 22nd January 2016 (UK)

It’s not very often that you leave a movie theatre feeling completely and utterly surprised. 805 more words


Beasts of No Nation: Review

2015’s Beasts of No Nation, based on the novel of the same name, is an un-compromising war drama that tells a shocking and touching story soaked in real-world brutality. 622 more words


Son of Saul - Review

Set in Auschwitz II-Birkenau death camp in 1944, László Nemes’s haunting addition to holocaust cinema presents a claustrophobic living hell. The film follows a day and a half in the life of Saul Ausländer, a Hungarian-jewish prisoner played by a callously stern Géza Röhrig. 505 more words