Posts Tagged ‘3-D’

Film Review: Jurassic World

Jun 15 2015

Remember the original Jurassic Park? When we first saw those incredibly realistic dinosaurs on the big screen? Believe it or not, that was 22 years ago and those prehistoric monsters really started something. They were the forerunners of the special effects we’ve come to expect at the cinema.

The film itself spawned a couple of sequels, the last of which was in 2001. Then the dinosaurs went into hibernation – until now. The arrival of Jurassic World this week, certificate 12A, is the latest in the franchise. But how does it measure up to the original? London Mums’ film critic, Freda Cooper, set sail for Isla Nublar to find out.

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Film review: T S Spivet

Jun 13 2014

If yet another film in 3-D makes you positively groan at the thought of those clunky glasses slipping down your nose, then here’s some great news.  Not about the glasses, sadly, but at long last there’s a film that makes putting up with them more than worthwhile.

T S Spivet was released on Friday, 13 June 2014.  Not that it’s an omen.  Far from it.  This is the captivating story of T S (Kyle Catlett), who lives on remote Montana ranch with his older sister, twin brother, scientist mother (Helena Bonham Carter) and strong but silent cowboy father (Callum Keith Rennie). 

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