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Exodus: Gods and Kings – A True Epic

The new film from visionary director, Ridley Scott, is an action packed rollercoaster. Director: Ridley Scott Starring: Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Ben Kingsley, Sigourney Weaver Certificate: 12A Release: In Cinemas Now Exodus: Gods and Kings is one of the biggest epics of the 21st Century. The film is an adaptation of the Biblical story of […]

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Pride Review

Pride is a film set on the back drop of Thatcherism and follows a group of lesbian and gay men fighting to raise money for the miners who are on strike. This moving film brings to life the struggles that the gay community went through up until 1985 and how they were shunned even for […]

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The Grand Master Review

This stunning masterpiece, by the In The Mood For Love writer, tells the story of the martial arts genius, Ip Man, who is renowned for teaching the infamous Bruce Lee. Starting in the 1930’s, we follow Ip Man (played by Tony Leung) as he makes his way up to the Grand Master in kung-fu. As […]

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The Girl On The Roof Review

In his directorial debut, Skeet Ulrich brings to life the thoughts and actions of a bullied girl in The Girl On The Roof. This short film tells the story of Lila who is a lonely, isolated girl who is bullied at school and ignored in a loveless home. The 25 mins short film is a […]

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What is the meaning of Christmas nowadays?

With the festive season slowing approaching, I was just sat wondering ‘what the meaning of Christmas is nowadays’? When I was younger, I would always get so excited about the season and loved nothing more than spending quality time with my family and looking forward to having a few days off during the school holiday […]

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What is the appeal of reality TV?

With more and more reality TV programmes that are being aired on the hundreds of channels available, it seems that there needs to be some decent programmes. This recent phenomenon is something that I cannot get my head around. Why do I care what people in Essex, Chelsea, or Newcastle are doing with their lives? […]