Wilde (1997) Review

The story of Oscar Wilde’s personal life as he explored his homosexuality and the pressure this placed on his marriage, being a father and writing his poetry and plays.


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Ammonite (2020) Review

In England in the 1840s Mary Anning a rather reclusive fossil hunter is about to have her world turned upside when Charlotte Murchison arrives to recover a trauma, with an intense and passionate relationship developing between the pair.


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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II (2011) Review

I have just returned from a midnight showing of the second part of the deathly hallows, that being the final Potter film in the franchise. We pick up straight away from where we were left off at the end of part one, and reminded how Voldemort took the Elder Wand from Dumbledore’s grave.

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