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raya and the last dragon
Raya and the Last Dragon is an action packed fantasy film, with gorgeous animation and a whole lot of humor, heart and hope. A Disney classic in the making.
Nomadland is a cinematic wonder to behold that not only deftly takes a wide variety of issues from consumerism to grief by the scruff of the neck, but brings humanity to the 'forgotten' people of our world.
While Monster Hunter has some stunning CGI, the narrative is particularly hollow leaving the audience without any characters with which to connect with.
While giving the appearance of a tale we’ve seen before, Summerland is a WWII tear jerker with great substance anchored by a pitch perfect performance from Gemma Arterton.
The Marksman is classic Neeson action fodder: it’s Neeson doing the right thing no matter the cost. What’s not to like about that?
wild mountain thyme
Even amongst the small oddities here and there, Wild Mountain Thyme is the best kinda cheesy romcom fare that people who love the genre will thoroughly enjoy.
ottolenghi and the cakes of versailles
Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles is a sumptuous cinematic journey for the mind, soul and the taste buds that you really need to take.
a christmas gift from bob
A Christmas Gift from Bob wraps up all those Christmas feels to give us a feel good film that will leave a smile on your face long after you leave the cinema.
Not only one of Hitchcock’s best films, Rear Window is one of the best films ever to be produced. A cinematic classic.
Not only a cinematic classic but an utter entertaining joy to behold with the charismatic duo of Newman and Redford at the very top of their game.
One of Hitchcock’s most disturbing psychological thrillers with superb turns from Stewart and Novak, Vertigo is a film that should be on everybody’s must watch list.
the croods: a new age
The Croods: A New Age is a big, fun, colour filled, animated family blockbuster that will thrill you, make you laugh and shed a couple of tears too.
While it doesn’t quite pack the emotional gut punch of other Pixar fare, Soul is a joyous adventure brimming with stunning, revolutionary animation and poses existential questions that we need to ask.
let him go
Not only is Let Him Go one of the most tense thrillers in recent memory, its exploration of family, grief, loss and abuse is one of the most honest to have graced the silver screen in a long time.