JAMES BOND FILMS SET TO RETURN TO CINEMASFOR 007 RETROSPECTIVE

To celebrate 60 years of the beloved British franchise, Bond is back on the big screen across the UK and Ireland from April until October 2022
Following celebrations at the Academy Awards® and the BAFTA’s – the 60th Anniversary celebrations of 007 continue with UK and Irish cinema screenings of 25 Bond titles from mid-April, culminating in Global Bond Day on 5th October.

In 1962, Sean Connery introduced Ian Fleming’s character to cinema audiences. “Bond, James Bond” is now one of the most iconic moments in film history.

The films will be screening in stunning 4K and will screen chronologically at Vue and Odeon Cinemas across the UK and Ireland starting mid-April with the 60th Anniversary of Dr. No, through to No Time To Die in October, alongside other celebratory programmes at selected cinemas nationwide.

Park Circus is coordinating theatrical activity on behalf of MGM.

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60 YEARS OF BOND – RETROSPECTIVE PROGRAMME

The Rock (1996) Review

When a rouge group of military men led by a renegade general Francis Hummel who threaten a nerve gas attack from Alcatraz in San Francisco, it is up to an ex-con John Patrick Mason and biochemist FBI agent Stanley Goodspeed to save everyone.

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Top 10 – Films I Caught Up With in 2021!

I actually really enjoy putting this “caught up with” list together each year (ok most years) mainly because I know people will wonder how I got to that year without seeing some truly classic and quite frankly outstanding films! While I call it a top 10, its not put in any particular order and has been filtered down from 40 that I thought were worthy to be included in the long list!

Prepare to be utterly amazed with some of my first time viewings in 2021 …

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Another Time, Another Place (1958) Review

Sara Scott an American war correspondent falls in love with Mark Trevor a BBC reporter and everything seems to be working so well between the pair. Showing that war could well and truly bring people together, although Mark forgotten to mention one important factor he was actually married with a son!

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