2021 was another strange year with the cinemas closed for a while again, so attempting to watch new films and in particular those from 2021 was quite the challenge. I feel as though this list isn’t maybe as “good” as some lists but I have had to go by the films that I have seen and I might have missed some but here it goes! Sorry, not sorry that this was a great year for musicals!Read More »
Eloise is an aspiring fashion designer who moves to London for University and as she moves into a new building her room allows her to enter the 1960s and see things from the past unfold all over again. The glamour isn’t all it seems to be though as these dreams start to crack and turn very dark, meaning she cannot focus on her own reality.
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Here at the nominations for this years Golden Globes! Usually a decent indication on which films could be nominated for the Academy Awards!
Best Motion Picture, Drama
Promising Young Woman
The Trial of the Chicago 7
Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Beth Harmon is orphaned at the age of 9 which sees her master chess at a very young age in 1960s America. The price of her stardom comes at a price though.
Number of episodes: 7
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Five young mutants are being held in a secret facility after becoming a danger to society when they cannot control their abilities. They must fight against the past to have a future.
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England in the 1800s Emma is a selfish young woman and sees it has her duty to meddle in the love lives of her friends and quite frankly everyone else around her!
2020 is the 15th anniversary of the BAFTA having the Rising Star Award which is voted for by the public. Starting in 2006 known as the Orange Rising Star Award and then since 2013 the EE Rising Star Award, this is due to sponsorship and pretty much helps the award with publicity and getting the public involved in the voting for the winner.
Over the years as I have become more and more obsessed with films I know more about the nominees which in all honesty makes me feel very special and at times very geeky. Which I personally love and am very proud of, I felt coming up to the 15th year it was very important to take a look back at not only the winners from each year but the other nominees as well. The list is very impressive and it feels as though someone at BAFTA can certainly pick out rising stars in the best possible way, the nominees are chosen regardless of gender, nationality and whether they have made a breakthrough in television, film or both.
Brother and sister, Charlie and Marla used to love playing with PLAYMOBIL and had characters of their own. When there parents are tragically involved in a car crash she must then raise him. We flash forward to four years and the relationship is strained but they somehow end up in a PLAYMOBIL world . . .
David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to try to track down the man who keeps abducting teenage girls, that man being Kevin Wendell Crumb. But when the Beast appears both men are taken to a psychiatric hospital.
As much as I love La La Land, I really do want to see BAFTA really honour I, Daniel Blake as thought it was a remarkable film. (Even if they did snub Dave Johns for the leading role)
ARRIVAL Dan Levine, Shawn Levy, David Linde, Aaron Ryder
I, DANIEL BLAKE Rebecca O’Brien
LA LA LAND Fred Berger, Jordan Horowitz, Marc Platt
MANCHESTER BY THE SEA Lauren Beck, Matt Damon, Chris Moore, Kimberly Steward, Kevin J. Walsh
MOONLIGHT Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Adele Romanski
What I want to win – I, Daniel Blake (or La La Land)
What I think will win – La La Land