Mother (1996) Review

John Henderson is a twice divorced sci-fi writer who decides that moving back in with his mother Beatrice could be the key to solving his personal problems if he repairs the relationship and hopefully be able to move forward in life.

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Oscars 2019 – Nominations

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Now these are the ones we have all been waiting for in what is a very strange Awards Season so far, it could well be a rather open race and it will certainly make for a very interesting night! With no clear favourite having had many different films take the awards so far at different events.

Best Picture

Black Panther
BlacKkKlansman
Bohemian Rhapsody
The Favourite
Green Book
Roma
A Star is Born
Vice

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Top 10 – Worst Films of 2017

This list is getting tougher to put together which I think means that I manage to avoid the bad films that are released during the year, that being said though I still did see my share of pretty awful films. The list probably could be changed with any of the films taking the top spot so I guess its more just the ten films I thought were the worst in 2017 in all honesty, rather than a count down list!

Here you can see the films I caught at the cinema during 2017!

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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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7 Lovely Photos of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

I still cannot quite get my head around this doubly sad and upsetting news about two screen legends. Carrie Fisher grew up in the spotlight and no surprise that she ended up in show business as well. So many lovely photos have been appearing throughout the day and I just had to pick my 7 favourites. To celebrate the life and love of the mother and daughter  ❤

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7 Worst Film Mothers

As it is Mother’s Day (in the UK at least) I decided that I would then pick my 7 worst film mothers. You certainly would not want any of these to be your mother as they certainly did not help their children have, but some of them might just redeem themselves in the end?

Kate – Home Alone

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Leaving your son behind when heading on holiday is a pretty awful thing to do. Kevin had an amazing time being home all alone after his whole family jetted off for Christmas without him. We will give it to Kate that she had a feeling something was wrong, but not checking you have all your children was a very bad move. I guess airports have changed a lot since the early 90s and they wouldn’t get that far to this day. We will give her points for doing everything she can to then get back to Kevin as soon as possible.

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7 Best Film Mothers

As it is Mother’s Day (in the UK at least) I decided that I would then pick my 7 favourite film mothers who are the best mothers!

Molly Weasley – Harry Potter Series

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What better way to start off the list than with Molly Weasley played so fantastically by Julie Walters ever present in the series and a brilliant mother to all of her children. As well as taking it upon herself to then look after Harry. Her best moment coming when stepping up to fight against Bellatrix in the finale. Certainly someone you would love to have as your mother, always looking out for you and a standard knitted sweater for Christmas!

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