The full programme for the 2020 London Film Festival has now been announced. I will be looking to do more in-depth posts over the next few weeks in the build up to the festival surrounding the films that are listed.Read More »
This year has been a very good year for films and I do always try to pick better and ensure I don’t go and see the mindless comedies that I know I will not enjoy. But it is not possible to fully do that and here are the ten worst films that I managed to see in 2019! This is both cinema released and then films I have caught up with on streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime, also on flights (a great place to catch up with new releases that you might have missed).
Check out the list . . .
Annie and Scott Russell are looking for a place in the country with acres of land to buy and start a family. When they manage to get a deal from Charlie Peck, they think the happiness will be instant. But the problem is Charlie is not willing to leave his house so easily.
It will have been seven months since the 10th secret screening when we are given the 11th! Something that I hadn’t even thought about in all honesty, so always nice to have another screening like this, I enjoy going into the cinema and not knowing which film I am about to watch. I do always hope that everyone attending the screenings across the country will be willing to stay and watch which ever film we are given.
Date: Tuesday 9th July 2019
As usual I will try and put together some guesses on films that it could be, my track record isn’t great but I do love looking forward and seeing which films are due to be released around this time. The 10th Secret Screening turned out to be Oscar Best Picture winner Green Book!