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Although Edie is an uplifting film with a great performance from Sheila Hancock, it has the tendency to feel like a lengthy travel advertisement. 

jurassic world: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has the scares, the adventure, and all the dino action you can shake a stick at. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the best film in the franchise since Jurassic Park.  

the leisure seeker

A bittersweet snapshot of life, all in one wild RV ride - The Leisure Seeker has the acting chops, but perhaps not the points for plot.

c'est la vie!

C'est La Vie will have you roaring with laughter in your seats and chuckling to yourself for days afterwards. A real treat. 


Tag throws a lot of jokes and gags out there hoping some would land. Although some don't quite hit the mark enough do to make it more than enjoyable. 


A real warm welcome back to the Ocean's franchise. The perfect fit for an entertaining watch.


A couple of good scares and a massive twist that you don't see coming, but unfortunately Hereditary goes over the top and loses a lot of its scariness.


For fans of cinema, acting, or the four great dames Tea with the Dames is a wonderful insight into the lives, work, and loves of four of the most celebrated actresses of our time. 


A visually beautiful and heart wrenching film, Maquia is a must watch for both anime fans and cinema goers alike.

solo: a star wars story

Solo: A Star Wars Story is a rip roaring ride that will leave you with a smile on your face long after the credits roll. Everything you could possibly want and much, much more. 

the bookshop

The kind of film that makes you want to get the book, both because of the good bits, and the bad ones (a little more plot in the pages perhaps?), The Bookshop is a real mixed bag, but c'mon, it's Bill, and Bill has always got to come out on top.

the breaker upperers

The Breaker Upperers feels more like a series of comedic sketches conveniently stitched together rather than a complete cinematic tale. Although it certainly has you laughing, its narrative leaps don't always ring true.  


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