Release Date: 13th September 2019
The new Downton Abbey film is a must for all the fans of the hugely popular TV series- in fact even for those who do not watch the show. It’s beautifully shot and has a warmth around the characters. Even without knowing the back story to all the characters, the film provides enough for you to be able to establish each characters role from the series. With all the favourites back like Maggie Smith and Hugh Bonneville and Maggie Smith is particularly great throughout the film. The warmth and humour throughout the film and between the characters translates onto the big screen just as brilliantly as it did in the TV series. Read More
Release Date: 6th September 2019
4/5 Stars – Review by David Flack
The evil Pennywise clown materialises again in Derry 27 years after the ‘losers club ‘seemingly defeated him. In this sequel to the original ‘IT’ movie of 2017 Director Andy Muschietti reunites the Losers Club, now adults , in a return to where it all began with “IT Chapter Two,” the conclusion to the highest-grossing horror film of all time. The Losers have over the years gone their separate
Release Date 30th August 2019
Review by Vicky Russell
Wow! What can say this movie is the best I’ve seen in a long time, plenty of action, lots of on the edge of your seat moments, as well as a few gory violent scenes. Around two or three emotional moments where I teared up. Read More
Release Date : 14th August 2019
I was so excited to see this movie, and was not disappointed! This is such an unusual film. It doesn’t really have a storyline per se, it is more like a “day in the life of a fading Hollywood TV actor”, and it was absolutely fascinating to watch.
Release Date : 9th August 2019
After being met with the tragedy of their parents death in a car accident teenager Marla (Anya Taylor-Joy) and her younger brother Charlie (Gabriel Bateman) are quite literally thrown into a much needed adventure within the world of Playmobil. When Charlie is kidnapped, it’s up to Marla to rescue him.
Release date : 1st August 2019
With 14 (my daughter) in tow for this film, I was a bit worried that I couldn’t fill in any background information on the Fast & Furious films as I’d not seen them. I didn’t need to worry as the Hobbs & Shaw film is a complete stand-alone adventure.
Release date : 26th July 2019
Roman teenager Atti is conscripted into the Roman Army after falling foul of Emperor Nero. He is sent to “miserable, cold, wet Britain” where “the natives are revolting, quite literally”. Things go from bad to worse when Atti is captured by Orla, a teenage Celt determined to prove herself as a warrior. After avoiding execution in a bog, Atti uses his Roman ingenuity to help Orla save her grandma who was kidnapped by the Braganza tribe. Nero, who spends much of his time plotting to kill his mother is also determined to crush the rebellion, led by Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni.
Release Date: 19th July 2019
The Lion King really is the telling of the circle of life now that 25 years after the original release children of the 90s can now take their own children to enjoy Jon Favreau’s second Directorial CGI reboot of a Disney Classic, and if you want nostalgia you will definitely get it as this story is pretty much identical to the original version even down to the shots, songs and the return of James L Jones as Mustafa.