Six Minutes to Midnight (2020) Review

It’s 1939 in the UK and only 17 days before World War II begins, an English teacher disappears from a coastal boarding school which has 20 German teenage girls attending, Thomas Miller gets the job six days later and secretly tries to find out what really happened.

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Mrs Brown (1997) Review

After Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert dies she finds herself turning to servant Mr. John Brown while hiding from the public in Balmoral. The relationship would bring a lot of scandal and be something the press want to know so much more about.

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Pride & Prejudice (2005) Review

Elizabeth Bennet along with her four sisters Jane, Mary, Kitty and Lydia are living in Georgian England and about to have their lives turned upside down when wealthy young Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy arrive. Could this be the answer Mrs Bennet has been waiting for her daughters to marry?

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Trailer: Cats (2019)

The second trailer for Cats has landed and I have to admit that although I am super excited for the film regardless of what everyone is saying about the film. I found the first trailer to be better than this one though. But I guess if you haven’t seen the stage show before then it gives you a little bit about the story (although it doesn’t really have much of a story).

Trailer: Cats (2019)

The musical Cats was one of the longest running of all time in the West End and has countless tours over the years, as well as being on Broadway. I’ve seen the show three times over the years and do enjoy it, with the impressive dancing and memorable songs.

A film version was always going to be a little strange in a different way really as making people look and act like Cats isn’t exactly normal. I know the initial reactions to this trailer haven’t been good but I am actually rather impressed with the way they have done it. Plus we get Jennifer Hudson singing Memory and that is going to be amazing!