#FridayFakeCinemaClub – Friday 29th Jan 2021 = The Dig: Roundup!

This concludes week 4 of the #FridayFakeCinemaClub and The Dig was certainly another very different film for us to all watch this week. We certainly have covered many different genres so far, The Dig stars Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin, Ken Stott, Archie Barnes and Monica Dolan. As we witness a retelling of the true story of the Anglo-Saxon excavation of Sutton Hoo.

Let’s Go To The Movies – https://letsgotothemovies.co.uk/2021/01/30/the-dig-2021-review/
Cinematic Delights – https://cinematicdelights.com/2021/01/30/review-the-dig/
Film Focus Online – https://www.filmfocusonline.com/post/the-dig
Barton Reviews – https://www.bartonreviews.com/2021/01/the-dig/
The People’s Movies – https://thepeoplesmovies.com/2021/01/netflix-review-the-dig-2021/
Movie Reviews 101 – https://moviesreview101.com/2021/01/29/the-dig-2021-movie-review/
Irish Cinephile – https://irishcinephile.com/2021/01/29/film-review-the-dig/
Dave’s Film Blog – https://davefilmblog.com/2021/01/30/the-dig-2021/

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The Dig (2021) Review

Basil Brown an archaeologist begins a very important dig in Sutton Hoo in 1939 as he finds Anglo-Saxon artefacts which is on the land of Edith Pretty and will cause some controversy as different museums want to be able to show them off.


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#FridayFakeCinemaClub – Friday 29th January 2021 = The Dig

Welcome to week 4 of the Friday Fake Cinema Club and this week’s film is The Dig yet another 2021 release, aren’t they coming in thick and fast!

Starring: Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin, Ken Stott, Archie Barnes and Monica Dolan.

Plot: The Dig is a drama film directed by Simon Stone, based on the 2007 novel of the same name by John Preston, which reimagines the events of the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo. 

Start time: 8pm


Cinderella (2015) Review

A live action retelling of the story of Cinderella who loses everything when her beloved father dies, leaving her to have to live in her home with her Stepmother and awful step sisters. They keep her looked in the attic and make her do all of the cleaning and cooking. We know her has Ella this time though, and they give her the name Cinderella.

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London Boulevard (2010) Review

Mitchell (Farrell) is released from prison and finds himself quickly in trouble again getting involved with gangster Gant (Winstone) even though he does not see himself as a gangster. While this is going on he ends up falling in love with a young actress Charlotte (Knightley), who he has a job protecting from the press. I was very much looking forward to seeing this film as British gangster films are usually good to watch, this one however is lacking something.

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Dorian Gray (2009) Review

The portrait of Dorian Gray is the only novel Oscar Wilde wrote, I have never read it but had heard quite a bit about it. Therefore when I first saw that a new film version was going to be made I was very much looking forward to it. While the story is in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s I still think it has quite a modern spin on the tale.


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