I love watching films at the cinema, on Netflix, Amazon Video and my extensive Blu Ray and DVD collection, not forgetting Sky Cinema and then blogging about them! I also attend the theatre a lot and review all the shows I am lucky enough to see!
When Lucy Gulliver goes through a rather spectacular break up with Max which also results in losing her job she must assess everything in her life and her known hoarding with objects from past relationships. Meeting Nick would change everything and the Broken Hearts Gallery would begin.
When Cole decides he will pretend to sleep in order to spy on his babysitter Bee who he just happens to have a huge crush on, the way his night pans out is certainly not what he had in mind at all when murder occurs.
Decades after the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament final between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence are now middle aged and through students they find that they are rivals again, although this time more personal issues are thrown in.
The full programme for the 2020 London Film Festival has now been announced. I will be looking to do more in-depth posts over the next few weeks in the build up to the festival surrounding the films that are listed.
John “Scottie” Ferguson had recently retired early as a Detective for the San Francisco Police Department due to his vertigo. His obsessive nature will not work out well when he becomes involved with Madeline Elster the wife of his client Gavin.
In 1947 Jackie Robinson would become the first African-American player in Major League Baseball in the modern era when he was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers. It wasn’t going to be easy for him with the constant racism he would constantly face.
In a small town where young boys have been disappearing for years and being murdered, the detective on the case must deal with that as well as his family falling apart and strange happenings within the home.