Sometimes Always Never (2018) Review

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Alan has spent years searching for his missing son Michael, who stormed out of the house one nice when they were playing a game of scrabble. Through this he has neglected his relationship with his youngest son Peter.

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Shaun of the Dead (2004) Review

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Shaun has a very uneventful life, stuck in a dead end job and just enjoying going to the pub which causes his girlfriend Liz to break up with him. This is all disrupted by a zombie apocalypse!

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The World’s End (2013) Review

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Five friends lead by Gary King attempted an epic pub crawl when they left school, not quite managing to pull it off. Twenty years later Gary cannot let it go and manages to get the other four back with him in an attempt to complete the quest, but something isn’t quite right with the town . . .

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7 Films that surprised me in 2017

The great thing about watching so many films is that every so often you will watch something that you are totally surprised with and really enjoyed it. Often when you were not expecting to like it at all! Somtimes these can really become hidden gems!

These are the films I watched at the cinema during 2017

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Top 10 – Best Films of 2017

I think 2017 has been a pretty impressive and good year for film, that meant that picking a top 10 was extremely hard and I have had to think a lot about what was going to make my final list. Originally I had 21 films to get down to 10 which was very tricky. I have therefore had to really think about which films I enjoyed the most this year, which made me feel good and that I would love to watch again and again.

Just missing out on the final list were the following films Colossal, Baby Driver, Dunkirk , Thor: Ragnarok, Breathe, Wonder and Get Out.

Check out the films I watched at the cinema during 2017 here. 

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September 2017 at the Cinema

This month I managed to see nine films and that was certainly a pretty impressive number to get to see! I think the films were pretty mixed in all honesty.

The number of films I went to see was 9 and this then cost £1.98 per film as the Unlimited Card at Cineworld is £17.90 per month.

3rd – The Limehouse Golem – Review

4th – American Made – Review

6th – Patti Cake$ – Review

6th – Stratton – Review

15th – Victoria & Abdul – Review

22nd – IT – Review

24th – Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Review

25th – Mother! – Review

27th  – Young Frankenstein – Review

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