Always one of the busiest months at the cinema due to the number of releases, especially in the build up to Awards season.
I certainly got my moneys worth (and more) from my Cineworld Unlimited pass which costs £17.40 per month, so seeing 12 films cost me a very little £1.45. When you work it out that way fantastic value for money!
I managed to see the following films:
1st – Silence – Review
3rd – A Monster Calls – Review
5th – Assassin’s Creed – Review
8th – La La Land – Review
14th – La La Land – Review
15th – Live By Night – Review
20th – Jackie – Review
22nd – Manchester by the Sea – Review
23rd – Hacksaw Ridge – Review
25th – Lion – Review
29th – Split – Review
30th – Moonlight – Review
The film takes a look at the life of a boy growing into a man and struggling through different phases of his life, having to contend with the rough neighbourhood in Miami.
Fredrick Treves is a Victorian surgeon and he wants to rescue a man who has been mistreated and in side show freak act named the Elephant Man due to his heavily disfigured features. John Merrick as it turns out is rather intelligent and very sensitive.
Kevin has been diagnosed with having 23 different personalities, one of which decided to kidnap three teenage girls who must try to escape before the 24th personality is released.
The film takes place within 100 streets in London, we have three different stories with characters to follow over the period for a few days. As they are trying to deal with the situations life has recently put them in.
Matchmaker Dolly Levi is about to turn everything upside for Horace Vandergelder as she attempts to find a partner for him. Whilst also getting his niece and two clerks to also travel to New York City causing total mayhem between all of the people.
Ben has been raising his six children in the forest with a very different approach of a physical and intellectual education. All of that is about to be tested when they must step away from the forest they call home and enter the real world.
British acting legend has sadly passed away at the age of 77. He was well known for his many film roles including The Elephant Man, 1984, Alien, V for Vendetta and featuring in the Harry Potter series. He also was a well respected actor on stage and the small screen with many roles in TV series.
Rest in Peace Sir John Hurt
Following the Oscar 2017 nominations being announced yesterday and La La Land being nominated for an impressive 14, I felt like I had to gush (even more) about the film. Have I mentioned that I totally loved it? Maybe you missed my review, read it here.
City of stars
Are you shining just for me?
City of stars
There’s so much that I can’t see
I felt it from the first embrace I shared with you
That now our dreams
They’ve finally come true
The incredible true story of Saroo who at five years old gets lost on the streets of Calcutta thousands of kilometres from his home. He faced many challenges to survive before being adopted by a couple in Australia, but has never been able to escape the memories of his lost family.