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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

It would be hard to deny that most people who have seen The Lego Movie (2014), regardless of age, had a thoroughly good time. With its heartfelt message, unforgettable songs and some genuinely funny jokes, it was wondered whether the sequel would hold up. Directed by Mike Mitchell and written by original writers and directors […]

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Fyre

Fyre was a music festival too good to be true and that’s exactly what it turned out to be. Advertised as a festival for the elite influencers, party goers were told they could hang out with Kylie Jenner, party on Pablo Escobar’s island and live it up for the weekend. The reality could not have […]

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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

In the 50 or more years that Marvel has been producing content, it’s come in many forms. Firstly, in its ever-famous comics, then in their popular television series’ and most recently a string of smash hit blockbuster movies. Through many of the films, Sony has been there to guide the various projects, with the pair teaming […]

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Colette

The critics’ circles and awards’ bodies are going crazy for The Favourite at the moment, with its strong cast of women exploring their voices and sexuality, but there’s another movie that oozes the same tones, so why is nobody talking about Colette? Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, known for the majority of her life as Colette, was a real life […]

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Robin Hood

Robin Hood is a folk tale older than the hills, which seems to be making a cinematic revival in a big way. With 43 TV shows and movies in the works at current, Otto Bathurst’s prequel falls short. Interestingly, it’s produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, in what seems to be a surprising new genre for him. […]

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

The second instalment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise hit the screens last week in the form of The Crimes of Grindelwald, and is every childhood Harry Potter fan’s dream – theoretically. Taking place three years after the original film, Newt (Eddie Redmayne) has now published his eponymous book on magical creatures. Having been dealt a travel […]

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The Grinch

The Grinch is the newest animation from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment. Based on the book by Dr Seuss, it is the second incarnation of the movie, the first of which was the well-known live action featuring Jim Carrey. This time Benedict Cumberbatch portrays the green grump, in a story much more similar to that […]

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Slaughterhouse Rulez

Slaughterhouse Rulez is a British horror-thriller movie, written, directed and produced by Crispian Mills. This is Mills’ second time directing, although he may be better known as the frontman of the band Kalu Shaker. The movie itself has a difficult plot to talk about, given the fact that there seems to be no ‘main plot.’ […]