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October 2019

Terminator: Dark Fate (15)

By Film Club

Release Date 23rd October 2019

2/5 Stars

After all the hype about Terminator: Dark Fate being a direct sequel to Terminator 2 (thereby disregarding all the other franchise outings) I went in blind. (I had not seen any trailers and didn’t know the plot at all) Also having not watched the others since T2 was back in cinemas a couple of years ago, I felt cautiously optimistic. It seemed like a bit of a cash grab idea but I’m always up for seeing Linda Hamilton being a badass and you can never go wrong with Arnie! Read More

Maleficent : Mistress of Evil (PG)

By Film Club

Release Date: 18th October 2019

Review 5/5 Stars

I went to see Maleficent Mistress of Evil on Monday, I wasn’t looking forward to it but I was shocked and surprised to see such a brilliantly made film. What a treat! The film was exiting, happy, sad, and in some places scary. I really would have been happy if it had been twice the length. I did consider paying to watch it again but I had another appointment and wasn’t able to spare the time! Read More

Abominable (PG)

By Film Club

Release Date: 11th October 2019

3.5/5 Stars

This is a very well thought out DreamWorks animation movie which was great for the whole family. We all laughed and cried at points throughout this screening. There was a lot of laugh out loud moments and some very cute aaaaw moments too! There are a few twists and turns in this movie and certainly some great unexpected ones that no one saw coming! Read More

360 PLAY SEN MONTHLY SESSIONS

By What's Happening

360 Play special needs evenings were introduced in 2009 after customer comments on how best some of our users might access our activities. Started as a pilot scheme in Milton Keynes for local families with children and adults with special needs, this not for profit event quickly became a regular fixture in the local calendar.

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Joker (15)

By Film Club

Release Date: 4th October 2019

5/5 Stars

We may have seen our fair share of attempts at DC  trying to steal the comic book movie limelight away from Marvel (and fail) and whilst no one asked for a Joker origin story this is definitely a viewing you don’t want to miss. Todd Philips directs this dark, brave and thought provoking story about how the Joker started as failed stand up comedian Arthur Fleck. Read More