Nowhere Boy (2009) Review

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The early years of John Lennon focusing on when he started to get into music as a teenager and his relationship with his Aunt Mimi who raised him and his absent mother Julia. Trying to deal with everything life is thrown at him, told at school he is going nowhere.

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The Pledge (2001) Review

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Jerry Black is retiring as police chief when the last case he is involved with he cannot easily let go of, Stan Krolak quickly finds a suspect who has learning difficulties and he gets him to admit he killed the young girl. But Jerry isn’t convinced, he thinks a serial killer is still on the loose!

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North East Pantomime’s 2017!

Here are the pantos that are running in the North East from now until January, dates vary for each show but well worth heading to the Theatre for some fun! Click on the posters for more information and to book tickets!

If any Theatre would like to send me tickets to come and review the show that would be fantastic 😉

Had to start with my closest at The Customs House in South Shields!

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Jumanji (1995) Review

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When Judy and Peter move into a new house with their Aunt following the death of their parents it isn’t long until they find a mysterious game in the old Parrish house. Rumours of what happened to Alan have circulated around the town for decades. When they start playing the strange game he is released, amongst many other things from the jungle!

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7 Greatest Performances: Julia Roberts

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You may or not be aware that Julia Roberts is my all time favourite actress (Sorry Meryl/Catherine Zeta Jones) so I thought I would start a new series of blog posts 7 Greatest Performances and who better to start with than Julia Roberts? This will be looking at the best performances from different actors rather than judging just the film. I thought this would create some very good and interesting lists, as the greatest performances are not necessarily in the best films. This comes on the back of seeing Wonder over the weekend which I thought she was just amazing in!

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Cinema Rerelease: A Matter of Life and Death

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Following its international premiere at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival, a new 4K restoration of Powell and Pressburger’s 1946 classic A Matter of Life and Death will be released in cinemas across the UK and selected international territories from 8 December 2017.

Back on the big screen in a new 4K restoration

“Romantic, daring and beautiful”

Martin Scorsese

Country: UK

Year: 1948

BBFC Certificate: U

Running Time: 104 minutes

Language: English

Release Date: Friday 8 December 2017

Check out the screening details and find a cinema close to you screening the film here: http://bit.ly/2zuFu4z

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UK Blog Awards 2018 – VOTE NOW!

Please vote for Let’s Go To The Movies for the 2018 UK Blog Awards I would really appreciate your support and votes! Please help me get shortlisted for a UK Blog Awards in the Arts and Culture section!

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Having just reached an incredible milestone of publishing my 1000th film review I feel this is the perfect time to get nominated for an award with the UK Blog Awards for 2018!

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The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017) Review

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The story behind the story, a film looking at how Charles Dickens created the greatest Christmas story of all time. Changing the meaning of the holiday in 1843 as he was struggling with three flops and looked to write and publish his Christmas story in only two months!

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