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When in London for the weekend and you’re faced with a day of rain, there’s only one thing for it, a movie.

My companions and I weren’t sure what to see as we’d initially wanted to check out Crimson Peak, but that had mostly finished. 486 more words


Pop Up Cinema: ‘Moulin Rouge!’ (2001)

Nearly five years after my first pop-up cinema screening, I was pleased to be invited to see 2001s Moulin Rouge! at St Margaret’s Church in South-East London. 123 more words


Gangs of New York

I saw this on Netflix. I wanted to see it because I have not seen it when it came out. I have been reluctant because I know it was probably full of violence, killing and blood. 15 more words

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Moulin Rouge!

Moulin Rouge! (2001) is without a doubt my favourite film ever, that being said I’m going to try and not be biased towards it.

It’s the first film I watched this new year and of course, I’ve seen it hundreds of times before. 321 more words


Arthur Christmas (2011) Review - Blogmas Day 20

Arthur Christmas is, in my opinion, one of the best Christmas films out there. Although it is mainly aimed at children, I do think there’s plenty for adults to enjoy (I know I love it!) It brings the story of Santa right up to the present day, using advanced technologies and introducing a family. 953 more words


A Very Very Very Dark Matter

Martin McDonagh brings his obsession with dwarves, gallows humour and the writing process to London’s Bridge Theatre (until 6 January), starring Jim Broadbent as a hilariously demented version of Hans Christian Andersen.  124 more words


Irish Film: Smash-hit BLACK 47 now available on DVD and Blu-Ray

The Irish box office smash, and must-see film of 2018, Black 47, is available to own on DVD and Blu-Ray.  The critically acclaimed feature, directed by Lance Daly, is the top-grossing Irish film of 2018.  302 more words

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