I like the original, I wouldn’t say I go out of my way to watch it. I much preferred this one, it’s a bit of a sad Pinocchio story in a way. Unlike the first in which Deckard was never actually confirmed as a replicant, Goslings character is confirmed in the opening scenes. After finding out that there was a replicant child born rather than … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049
I was not expecting the amount of feels this film had. Yes, it’s a film about how Winnie The Pooh came to be, but it’s more about how much it affected the real Christopher Robin and the family dynamic as a whole. A A Milne is suffering with PTSD after the war, wanting to move from a noisy and busy London city to somewhere more … Continue reading Goodbye Christoper Robin
Today I learnt this is a remake… somehow during 1990 I completely missed the fact that this film staring Kevin Bacon of all people exsited… I really don’t know how. So I’ve toddled off to the cinema to watch this with no real idea what it was about. For those of you that have seen the original, I can not compare the two or make … Continue reading Flatliners (2017)
So The Limehouse Golem was kind of brilliant. I love a good murder mystery, I did work out that the woman was the killer way, way too early though which ruined it a little and when the big reveal happened it didn’t have the intended shock factor. I blame Game of Thrones for this, we’ve spent years over analysing every sentence, word and even glance … Continue reading Limehouse Golem & Yin
Finally, finally it was time to go and catch IT at the cinema. Kind of wish I’d waited a little, the cinema was packed to the rafters and while that’s a great thing for box office, watching a horror is difficult when everyone is laughing inappropriately, chatting or one of the more bizzare things I’ve seen recently…. snapchatting shots of the film… Never the less, … Continue reading IT & A Sign From The Universe
Spent a wonderfully fun evening at Warwick Castle watching La La Land. Luna Cinema offer a range of films at various outdoor venues across the country. We dropped really lucky with the weather, when we arrived it was raining heavily, my umbrella was broken and we were already looking a little drenched. The lovely staff made sure we had a waterproof poncho each and we … Continue reading La La Land @ The Luna Cinema
Probably not. Some days, however, it is necessary. We have somehow managed to pack the last couple of weeks that full that we’d seen nothing new at the cinema. Triple bill was the only way forward. I started my day like all good days start, I got on my yoga mat. Strangely today I had my very first class in which I wasn’t keen on … Continue reading Is It Sensible To Spend 9 Hours At The Cinema?