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A film that had to be made… but not like this

A film that had to be made… but not like this

Arts, Film March 8, 2014 at 5:00 pm Comments

GEORGE CLOONEY is one of the best actors of his generation. From his early career in ER through to Michael Clayton and The American,  he’s gone from strength to strength. However, his prowess as a manRead More

The Hobbit Part 2 delivers an action packed Tolkien filled adventure

The Hobbit Part 2 delivers an action packed Tolkien filled adventure

Arts, Film, Local December 29, 2013 at 5:00 pm Comments

MY ANTICIPATION was high for the second instalment of the Hobbit trilogy, and The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug did not disappoint. This second instalment is more fast paced and action packed than the first film inRead More

Thor: Not reinventing the wheel but, heck, it’s a lot of fun

Thor: Not reinventing the wheel but, heck, it’s a lot of fun

Arts, Film, Local November 6, 2013 at 3:00 pm Comments

THERE’S going to be a point very soon where everyone, if they haven’t already, will have to ask themselves a simple question; How many is too many superhero films? Between DC, Marvel and other developing franchisesRead More

Cloudy with a chance of puns (2!)

Cloudy with a chance of puns (2!)

Arts, Film, Local November 5, 2013 at 8:00 pm Comments

AS MUCH as I would love to fill this review with succulent, juicy and finger-licking good puns, I will save you the constant wincing as you watch as I attempt to crowbar as many terrible foodRead More

One Direction: This Is an exercise in blandness

One Direction: This Is an exercise in blandness

Arts, Film October 24, 2013 at 3:00 pm Comments

“IT’S COMING ON!” yelped the five year-old sitting in front of me as the lights went down. I hunkered down into my seat and made ready. Suffice it to say I’m not a One Direction fanRead More

Filth: a cohesive drug fuelled merry-go-round

Filth: a cohesive drug fuelled merry-go-round

Arts, Film, Local October 19, 2013 at 5:00 pm Comments

THERE’S something unnerving about paying to watch an Irvine Welsh adaptation these days – it could go one of two. Danny Boyle’s outstanding Trainspotting or Rob Hayden’s ‘didn’t quite cut it’ Ecstasy. Filth though, happily sits somewhereRead More

Prisoners: a tragedy and maze of events

Prisoners: a tragedy and maze of events

Arts, Film, Local October 14, 2013 at 11:00 am Comments

LAST FRIDAY it was my turn to take on the task of reviewing of this week’s film at the Commodore. I must admit, I made a lot of assumptions based on the trailer. I expected a dark,Read More