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August 1, 2018

July was a pretty memorable month for cinema. As usual, the summer blockbuster season continued with some big budget studio releases but there were also some smaller releases that are up there with some of the best of 2018 so far.

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July 20, 2018

Our resident film reviewer Dave Howarth, gives his views on the best, and worst, that the world of cinema has given us this year. The films included were all released in the UK between January and June 2018.

Let us start with the worst:

Dave's worst 5:

5. Rampage

June 24, 2018

Show Dogs - 

How are movies like this still being made? At least in the early 1990s, these sorts of slapstick family films had some heart and someone to root for. Show Dogs is tiresome, hackneyed and just stupid. Even my 8 year old brother got bored. Will Arnett is in i...

June 16, 2018

44 days. It’s not a long to be in a job, is it. Imagine that job being one of the most high profile jobs in England at the time of appointment. The Damned United is the story of the Brian Clough’s short spell as manager of Leeds United Football Club. Clough was sacked...

June 16, 2018

Do you remember when you first saw a dinosaur?” Claire Deering (Bryce Dallas Howard) asks in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. I do. I remember the sense of awe and wonder it invoked in me when I first saw Steven Spielberg’s classic blockbuster. In fact, every time I r...

May 1, 2018

Here is how some of April's movies fared:

Isle of Dogs - 8/10 

Was Anderson is back with a typically fantastical stop-motion film. Everything that is great about Wes Anderson is on show here: witty dialogue, visual beauty,  a dynamite cast and a heartwarming, simple stor...

March 26, 2018

At the recent Empire Awards Meryl Streep proudly called Steven Spielberg a ‘pessimist’s nightmare’, saying that ‘there isn’t an ounce of cynicism in [his] world view’. The truth of these words is epitomised in the legendary director’s newest film Ready Player One - a f...

February 27, 2018

The strong start to the year in film continues as award season is in full swing!

Here is Dave Howarth's monthly round up -

Phantom Thread - 9/10

 In his final role, Daniel-Day Lewis plays a dress maker in 1950s London, in Paul Thomas Anderson’s delicately woven masterpiec...

February 25, 2018

Phantom Thread - 9/10

“Reynolds has made my dreams come true. And I have given him what he desires most in return. Every piece of me.”

The opening words of Phantom Thread give us a hint of what’s to come. However, this is no typical romance.

The film is set in the he...

January 31, 2018

It has been a strong start to the year for movies.

Here is Dave Howarth's monthly round up -

The Greatest Showman - Absurdly OTT and really enjoyable, if you like musicals set in the mid-1800s, starring Hugh Jackman. 8/10

Hostiles - Set in the post-Civil War era, Christia...

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