Category Archive: Movies

Conform For The Sake of Survival: in Divergent

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In the future ruins of Chicago, civilisation have divided themselves into five factions in order to make sure the peace remains. Abnegation for the self-less, Amity for the peaceful, Candor for the truthful,… Continue reading

Time Travel: Movies that Changed the Rules!

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Time travel is a subject which has fascinated many for centuries, It is something that is always in debate whether or not it is possible. I have always been interested in this theory… Continue reading

Classic British Films #5: Brazil

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For our last film in the Classic British Films series, we are ending on the weird and wonderful Terry Gilliam, in one of his most famous and highly acclaimed films which is now… Continue reading

Classic British Films #4: Monty Python’s Life of Brian

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If you are looking for a Classic British comedy, then look no further than the legends that are Monty Python. As the Python team are about to reunite for their live shows in… Continue reading

Gravity Film Review

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Sandra Bullock and George Clooney lost in space in tense drama Gravity has been doing the rounds at award shows of late, picking up a shed load of mantel-piece furniture for its technical… Continue reading

Movie Review of Gravity

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What it’s about: A medical engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after an accident leaves them adrift in space. Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi Rating: 12A Director: Alfonso Curaón Starring: Sandra Bullock, George… Continue reading

The Lion King 20 Years On: The Circle of Life Continues

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‘The Lion King’ is a timeless classic, and to this day remains the highest grossing traditionally animated movie of all time. This year marks the movies 20th anniversary and I will be taking… Continue reading

Movie Review of The Lego Movie

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Synopsis: Emmet Brickowski is an ordinary, run of the mill construction worker.  He follows the manual which is a dummy’s guide to how to live your life as a piece of Lego.  This… Continue reading

Highly Anticipated Book to Film Adaptations

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Ah, here we go, the old ‘book to film’ adaptation argument again. Wherever you go, someone’s bound to express their hatred for films that have been made from books but personally, I really… Continue reading

Movie Review of Robocop

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Can this reboot live up to the 1980’s classic? Well I have to admit I had to build myself up to go to the cinema to watch this film. The reason? My love… Continue reading