Death on the Nile (2022) Review

Hercule Poirot is on holiday of the nile and must then investigate the murder of a young heiress, who’s romance and honeymoon quickly turn sour.

⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Red Notice (2021) Review

FBI top profiler John Hartley must capture the world’s most wanted art thief known as “The Bishop”, under a Red Notice which is the highest level warrant. To do this he must work with Nolan Booth the world’s greatest art thief.

⭐️

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) Review

Zack Snyder’s definitive director’s cut of Justice League, which has been talked about and hyped up so much over the past few years. The film sees Bruce Wayne joining forces with Diana Prince and bringing together a team of metahumans to protect the world and ensure that Superman’s sacrifice was not in vain.

⭐️⭐️⭐️

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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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Trailer: Justice League (2017) – Comic Con

I actually saw my first Justice League trailer on the big screen on Friday before Dunkirk and that was decent. This new trailer which was released at Comic Con yesterday shows a hell of a lot of action in the film and different parts for the different members of Justice League.

While it does build everything up quite nicely, could they have done with putting less in the trailer? I kinda think so. It still looks pretty epic!

June 2017 at the Cinema

Half way through the year now and it has been pretty mixed so far in terms of films. I think this month was pretty strong really, yes really even though I saw King Arthur and The Mummy. I thought the films I went to see tried to do something and contenders for films of 2017 do appear as well!

£17.90 per month for Cineworld Unlimited Card, I went to see 7 films which means it therefore cost me a very small £2.55 per film this month.

I saw the following films in June

1st – Wonder Woman – Review

2nd  – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword – Review

14th – The Mummy – Review

18th – Gifted – Review

19th – My Cousin Rachel – Review

20th – Baby Driver – Review (Unlimited Screening)

22nd – Churchill – Review
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