Film review: Father Stu starring Mark Wahlberg

Apr 30 2022

I recently attended a screening of Father Stu – a new release from Columbia Pictures, distributed by Sony Pictures. The story is largely based on the true story of a boxer turned priest, who is then diagnosed with an incurable muscle wasting disease, shortly after his ordination.

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Film review: Downton Abbey – A New Era 

Apr 29 2022
From award-winning creator Julian Fellowes comes the motion picture sequel Downton Abbey – A New Era. Super fans of the series will rejoice seeing their stars back on the big screen. The original television series of Downton Abbey first aired 12 years ago on ITV in September 2010 and has since enjoyed six critically acclaimed seasons and a feature film, developing a devoted global fanbase and collecting numerous accolades. The film reunites the beloved family as they go on a grand journey to the South of France to uncover the mystery of the Dowager Countess’ newly inherited villa. The original principal cast has returned for the second film along with new additions Hugh Dancy, Laura HaddockNathalie Baye and Dominic West. The screenplay is written by Downton creator and Academy-Award® winner Julian Fellowes, with Emmy and BAFTA Award-winning Gareth Neame and Emmy Award-winning Liz Trubridge producing with Fellowes. BAFTA and Emmy nominated Simon Curtis (My Week with Marilyn) is directing. Downton Abbey: A New Era is now available in cinemas across the UK and internationally.
 
London Mums loved the fashion but less so the storylines. Read what we thought of this latest Downton flick here. 

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Bridgerton: This is what the regal dating phrases mean on the popular Netflix show

Apr 11 2022

Everyone’s favourite period drama is back on Netflix. As well as the dashing gowns and lust-worthy mansions, we are also obsessed with the Regency slang on the hit show ‘Bridgerton’. I don’t know you, but I absolutely love Bridgerton with its frivolity and fashion, but particularly the conversations about love and sex using the most exquisite old-fashioned language. From its connotations to love and high society, the Regency language is very sensual and is guaranteed to elevate your flirting game. With this in mind, the team at Preply have done some digging and provided a roundup of classic Regency terms you’ve most likely heard on Bridgerton – and what they mean. 

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