• W.E. Review: Madonna the director

    Last night, I found myself bored after a fitness class which ended up in one browsing the Amazon Prime movie selection eventually coming across W.E, the film Madonna directed and wrote. The 2012 film tells the story of Wallis Simpson and King Edward, the King who gave up the throne for  Mrs Simpson, his true

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  • The Theory of Everything? Was it a good theory?

    Over the years directors and producers of the film world have presented us with various biopics that have been either major success, films like Lincoln and The Kings Speech or disasters like ‘Diana’. Whether you love or hate these type films, there will be always a producer who feels that we need a new biopic.

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  • Wild Weather: A TV Review

      Monday night saw Top Gear presenter, Richard Hammond on a new scientific quest in aid of the BBC in association with ‘Oxford films’. This three part series sets out to explain Wild Weather, in simple terms this is the British populations obsession with weather has now come to life in television form for 60

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  • An Epic week on the Norweigan Epic!

    Landing in Barcelona, we were met by our rep from NCL who stood in the arrivals with a card, though not clearly visible to all of our party we still managed to find him. Once at the port, be prepared to queue for a while, which is expected when catering for 4,000 passengers.  Once on

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  • On the Edge!

    As my friends, followers and readers will know I do quite fancy the Top Gear presenter, Richard Hammond (RH), I would call it a teenage crush due to it lasting for all of my secondary school years. *Oops*. Still to this day, I couldn’t tell you what it was that floated my teenage eyes 8 years ago.   *Insert

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  • The Fault in Our Stars

    Movie Poster You have all probably been in this position on numerous occasions, when with friends or relatives. This position, is not a decision between life and death but quite shallow to be honest. This decision is what film do I see at the cinema? My Sister and I were in a dilemma, do we

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  • The Lovely Bones

    “The Lovely Bones” written by Alice Sebold; tells the story of a 13 year old girl who was raped and murdered by her neighbour. Now 14 and speaking from heaven, Susie Salmon, the protagonist, now trys to tell her distraught family who her murderer is. Whilst trying to show the real clues of her who

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