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Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) Review

Leona Stevenson’s life is turned upside down when she tries to make a phone call one night and overhears a conversation of two men plotting a murder, even worse when she starts to think it is a plot to murder her.

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From Stage to Screen Blogathon – Everything I’ve Seen

When I came across this fantastic Blogathon idea by Rachel over at Rachel’s Theatre Reviews and Rosie over at The Rosebud Cinema. It was something that I just had to get involved with, because as well as loving the cinema and films I have a passion for the theatre and seeing shows. This is something which I have now properly been doing for the past 10 years, yes realising that has made me stop and think, so it seems to be a perfect time to put together this blog post. I am going to look at all of the different shows I have seen on the stage and then also seen the film version.

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The Judge (2014) Review

Hank Palmer is a big city lawyer and when we first meet him his life doesn’t seem to be going very well, getting ready to divorce his wife and a family bereavement means he must go back home.

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7 Films That Will Make You Scared of the Water

It’s been a while since I have put together a ‘7 Things’ list but while watching some of “All is Lost” on Saturday it got me thinking about films which will actually make you scared to go into the sea and maybe of the water in general. I certainly wouldn’t fancy a small boat in the sea at all!

Didn’t quite make the list – Titanic I thought this would be the most obvious choice so decided to not include it in the 7 films.

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Page by Page by Paige Tour – Review

An incredible evening with the first lady of musical theatre as she takes a trip through some of the incredible shows she has been part of and belts out some incredible songs from these shows. With plenty of stories and laughs in between to really share in how much Elaine loves being on that stage. But not only that she can still totally own the stage. I am truly honoured and privileged to have seen the absolute legend live after years and years of wanting to do just that, we will never really say goodbye.

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Announcement: My Hometown Blogathon

 

Let’s Go To The Movies would like to announce hosting its first ever Blogathon. Which is going to be based around everyone’s hometown. The idea is to do a little bit of research to put together a blog post about your hometown and link it to film. It doesn’t matter if another blogger is from the same town as the blog posts could take totally different angles on it. You are more than welcome to do more than one town if you have moved around and class a few different places as your home.

Some areas you may want to include:

  • Films set in that town
  • Films filmed in your town
  • Famous people in film born in your town
  • Famous people in film who grew up in your town
  • Famous people in film who now live in your town

While I have said film, you can also link to TV shows, Theatre and books if you want to take that angle. I know the blogging network is very large and want to encourage maximum participation in this blogathon!

If you can look to have the posts up by the weekend – 22nd and 23rd November this gives everyone plenty of time to put something together!

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Review

New York City is beginning to fall under a darkness and this provides some unlikely heroes some overgrown mutant turtles who can speak and just happen to be ninjas.

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The Maze Runner (2014) Review

A young boy is shown in a box and as he wakes up panics to his whereabouts, when he gets into daylight he then sees many other boys. A big problem though he has no memory before being in that box!

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Striking Distance (1993) Review

Homicide detective Tom Hardy finds himself being demoted after accusing his partner of being a serial killer. Two Years later it starts happening again, only this time its more personal when the girls being killed are ex-lovers of Hardy’s.

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Bad Lieutenant (1992) Review

A corrupt drug and gambling addicted New York City Police Lieutenant is pushed to the limits when he is investigating the rape of a nun.

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