Film Club

The Lion King

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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.

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Annabelle Comes Home

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Release date: 12th July 2019

This Annabelle Film is the 3rd instalment in the Conjuring franchise. Don’t worry if you have not seen the other films, the storyline is easy to follow.

Determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking more havoc, demonologists Ed & Lorraine Warren bring the possessed doll home to their locked artefacts room in their basement, placing her behind sacred glass & enlisting a priest blessing.

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Spider-Man: Far from Home

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Release date: 5th July 2019.

After the events of Endgame earlier on this year, the task of bouncing back into action that was still engaging and relevant was mammoth for Marvel. But it is in Spiderman that they found the vessel in which to bring forth the next phase of the MCU.

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Toy Story 4

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Release date: 21st June 2019.

I’ve never seen a Toy Story film at the cinema before, just watched the films at home on the TV at Christmas. It’s so much better watching on the big screen. The graphics get even better along with the comedic action.

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Yesterday

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Release date: 28th June 2019.

Jack played by Himesh Patel is a twenty something teacher who is also a struggling singer / songwriter. He is knocked unconscious during a worldwide power cut and wakes up in a world without The Beatles. He reconstructs their songs from memory  (although remembering some of the lyrics is a bit tricky) and begins to pass them off as his own.

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Men in Black International

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Release date: 14th June 2019.

Following a hit and miss trilogy, the Men in Black franchise is back, this time with some fresh faces to take on the worst scum in the universe. Repping the clandestine corporation are Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thomspon of Avengers fame, who take on the latest alien threat to life on earth.

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Rocketman

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Release date: 31st May 2019

“Rocketman” is presented as a therapeutic exercise. We first encounter the adult Elton John (Taron Egerton) as he marches along a corridor in a tangerine cat suit, complete with wings and horns. Crashing through a door, Elton dominates in group therapy session, and reveals his addictions: sex, drink, and drugs plus loads of shopping.

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters

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Release date: 31st May 2019

Godzilla: King of the Monsters instantly places us into the aftermath of the events of 2014 with Godzilla not seen since he returned to the ocean. The organisation Monarch has set about finding the resting places of the Titans in order to appreciate and protect these creatures. However, there are others that wish to use the monsters powers for other purposes. When a number of darker, more evil creatures, including the three-headed King Ghidorah are awaken, Monarch must attempt to bring Godzilla back to their cause, or risk losing humanity itself.

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John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

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Release date: 17th May 2019

Keanu Reeves is John Wick the assassin/killing machine with a love of dogs. Wick sets about creating Mayhem and slaughter with an inexhaustible supply of ammunition killing countless foes throughout the movie. John has killed the wrong man, a member of the international assassins organisation the  ‘High Table’ and is about to be pronounced “excommunicado,” at which point a $14 million bounty was placed on his head, bringing hundreds of assassins on his tail all trying to claim the cash.

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