My reviews and views on the movies . . . new and old . . .


Paddington (2014) Review

When Paddington is sent from his home in Peru to London, England. He must find a place to live, luckily he meets the Brown family in Paddington railway station who offer him a place to stay for the night.

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The Normal Heart (2014) Review

The story about a gay activist trying to raise awareness and help the men coming down with a very strange disease, with the breakout of HIV/AIDS.

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The Book Thief (2013) Review

World War II and everything is quickly changing for Liesel as she is taken to live with adoptive parents after her mother left her.

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014) Review

The epic conclusion to The Hobbit takes us to the battle of the five armies, who all stake a claim in the mountain or the treasures which are inside as Smaug is let loose.

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Sleepless in Seattle (1993) Review

When a young boy rings a radio station to find a new wife for his father, everyone is gripped by this especially Annie who really feels that she has to meet Sam and his son Jonah.

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Golden Globe Nominations 2015

It’s getting to that time of year when all the more serious films come out ready for awards season, well the Golden Globe nominations for 2015 are out. Having a look at the lists only about half of the films have hit the cinema in the UK so far. But I have seen quite a few of the trailers for the other films as well. So at least it gives an idea of which ones to look out for and head to see. Usually these are pretty good predictors for who will be nominated at the Oscars as well.

The Golden Globes are usually good to watch and more relaxed than the Academy Awards. Probably a few surprises in these nominations and some quite big films missing out!

I have decided to put a * next to the films I have already seen!

Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Imitation Game*
The Theory of Everything

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St. Vincent (2014) Review

When Maggie and Oliver move in next door to Vincent, their lives are about to change for better and worse.

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Grand Piano (2013) Review

Tom is getting ready to make a big concert comeback after choking five years before …

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The Fault in Our Stars (2014) Review

Hazel and Gus are two teenagers suffering from cancer who meet in a support group and fall in love. Giving each other so much more hope than they could have ever imagined.

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Men, Women & Children (2014) Review

The impact of social media and the internet is shown with some teenagers and their parents as they all strangely struggle to communicate.

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