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Film review: Minions

Minions, which ought properly to be sub-titled “Any colour so long as its yellow” is a zany, impossible, ever-so-slightly patchy comic tale of dastardly villains, daring deeds – and bananas. Located in 1968, alongside a mostly contemporary 60’s soundtrack, this … Continue reading

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Film review: Mr Holmes

Don’t get me wrong: i like my entertainment light, trivial and frothy. Which is why i so enjoy cinema. Whether it is Schwarzenneger with the fantastical notion that through science and technology, it is possible to re-create a being who … Continue reading

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Film Review: San Andreas

San Andreas is a “disaster movie”. Not one of those new-fangled, armageddon-style take downs in which the entire world perishes in fire, or ice, or at the claws of unexpected aliens, but a disaster movie in the good old Towering … Continue reading

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Film review: Tomorrowland

Tomorrow is not what it used to be. With that sentiment, and a seriously grumpy George Clooney, Tomorrowland is out the starting gate and off on a roller coaster of a ride from past to potential future and back again. … Continue reading

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