Film review: All Is True starring Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench and Ian McKellen

Feb 01 2019
All Is True is Kenneth Branagh’s fictionalised biopic on the latest years of Shakespeare’s life. It’s not a blockbuster and it’s not a movie that will please everybody. But I loved every second of it. All Is True‘s photography is poetic and breathtaking. It’s possibly the best and most authentic portrayal of William Shakespeare because it digs deep into his heart. If you are a fan of Shakespeare’s work, this is a must see. Don’t miss it in cinemas as it has to be watched on the big screen! It’s released by Sony Pictures Classics in the UK on 8th February 2019. 

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Film review: Second Act starring Jennifer Lopez

Jan 25 2019

Second Act starring the gorgeous Jennifer Lopez is a comedy about reinvention exploring the idea why so many people are stuck in lives they don’t want dreaming of lives they do, only to realise they had the power all along to change. 

Second Act comes to UK Cinemas today. Don’t miss it!

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Film Review: Glass starring James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis

Jan 17 2019

Glass is the highly expected third and final movie in the American superhero thriller Eastrail 177 Trilogy written, produced and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. I wasn’t aware of Shyamalan’s previous films Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016) until recently when I heard of Glass being released and invited to a preview screening. I caught up and watched them in a day-movie-marathon which was surprisingly compelling. I usually love comedies and rom-coms, kids’ films including superhero movies like the Avengers, so Shyamalan’s trilogy slipped from my radar because it is more a thriller than a superhero series. Anyhow, I loved Glass and, without spoiling it for you, I believe it ends how it should leaving it open for future films. Glass is released on 8 January 2019 by Universal Pictures and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. 

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