Trailer – Avengers: End Game (2019)

OMG

YES

This trailer has come at the perfect time in terms of placement after the release of Captain Marvel last week! Certainly building the tension up for six weeks time when End Game is released.

Can I just say as well that final shot of them all in new Avengers matching gear is the best!

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Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) Review

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Scott Lang is paying the price for his part in Germany and is placed under house arrest for two years. He is struggling to come to terms with his Super Hero role and balancing being a good father. When something strange happens in a dream he must reconnect with Dr. Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne and help them uncover secrets from the past.

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7 Good Paul Rudd Films

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I still can’t help but think of Paul Rudd as Mike from Friends, but he certainly has come a very long way over the past twenty years. He certainly seems to be one of the most popular actors to take on the comedy genre and even taken that across to become a Superhero as well, a tiny little ant. Each role he makes his own and I am finding myself becoming more of a fan with each film I watch him in!

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BAFTA 2016 – Nominations

I always enjoy the BAFTA awards, quite possibly because I can watch them very easily life? Well I think so. No real surprises in the nominations and I do always love how they have a separate cateorgy for Outstanding British film no double nominations with best film this year though. Won’t be too long now until the awards which take place on Sunday 14th February 2016.

BEST FILM
THE BIG SHORT: Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Brad Pitt
BRIDGE OF SPIES: Kristie Macosko Krieger, Marc Platt, Steven Spielberg
CAROL: Elizabeth Karlsen, Christine Vachon, Stephen Woolley
THE REVENANT: Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Arnon Milchan, Mary Parent, Keith Redmon
SPOTLIGHT: Steve Golin, Blye Pagon Faust, Nicole Rocklin, Michael Sugar

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM
45 YEARS: Andrew Haigh, Tristan Goligher
AMY: Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees
BROOKLYN: John Crowley, Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey, Nick Hornby
THE DANISH GIRL: Tom Hooper, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Anne Harrison, Gail Mutrux, Lucinda Coxon
EX MACHINA: Alex Garland, Andrew Macdonald, Allon Reich
THE LOBSTER: Yorgos Lanthimos, Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee Magiday, Efthimis Filippou

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2015 at the Cinema!

2015 has been a very good year in terms of films and I had plenty of Cinema trips to keep me going over the year. I am going to go on record here and say that I think it is actually a lot better than 2014. Not only have I had a good time with the films, I have also branched out and even been to a few cinema’s that aren’t Cineworld. As you know I have the monthly pass which obviously helps getting to the cinema a lot. This year though I attended my first film festival in London which also meant I got to go to the legendary Leicester Square Odeon as well, just an added bonus. I then also went to a local small cinema to catch The Lobster considering it did not get a very wide release from Cineworld at all, so that was another fantastic experience. Also adding Vue to the list as I picked up some amazing 3D Star Wars glasses when seeing The Force Awakens for the first time.

This time last year I was celebrating a record-breaking total. You know what I have only gone and done it again setting a new record this year, beating last year by a whole 4 films! Which I think is pretty impressive when some months were a little poor, but I got off to an amazing start seeing a whopping 12 films in January. That is always the best month in the UK for seeing films as it is all building up to the Oscars.

2015 – 66 Films

Previous years at the cinema . . .

2014 – 62 Films

2013 – 59 Films

2012 – 40 Films

2011 – 60 Films

2010 – 33 Films

2009 – 34 Films

2008 – 49 Films

2007 – 39 Films

2006 – 21 Films

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7 Films that surprised me in 2015

Probably the best feeling is when your not really sure about going to see a film and you end up enjoying it. You find it to be a lot more insightful than you first thought and leave the cinema feeling glad that you decided to see that film that maybe didn’t have the best trailer going, or the story you thought would be predictable. I think it’s important to log which films leave you feeling like this, as when you see one you hate you can remember the element of surprise to keep you going!

7 Films that disappointed me in 2o15

Best Films of 2015

Worst Films of 2015

Missed Films of 2015

2015 at the Cinema!

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Cineworld Movie Quiz

As you probably already know I attend the cinema a massive amount in a year and that is all thanks to having an Unlimited Card at Cineworld and being able to see as many films as I want for £16.90 per month. Which as you can see is an absolute steal for how expensive it can be to go to see the latest releases at the cinema, and pretty much how I manage to see and review the latest films each year. If I didn’t have that card ir would be totally impossible to see as many films as I do!

It was brought to my attention that they have a Movie Quiz you can take part in to find out which 2015 Film Character you are. Plenty of choices to see if your Katniss Everdeen, Ted, Scott Lang (Ant-Man) or Minion Kevin? So it certainly covers plenty of different types of films and genres. Who will you end up with? So head over to the site and take part in the quiz  – http://www.cineworld.co.uk/blog/cineworld-movie-quiz

On completing the quiz I got Ant-Man from Ant-Man. Have to say I was very happy with that as he turned out to be such a good character, in a film that I liked a lot more than I expected. The quiz result gives you a few reasons on why you got that character, along with a picture of them as well.

So why not take the quiz yourself and see which 2015 film character you get?

Tell me who in the comments!