Batman & Robin (1997) Review


Batman and Robin must work as a team to stop Mr Freeze from putting Gotham City into a new ice age, as he teams up with Poison Ivy.

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Burnt (2015) Review


Adam Jones was a top chef who destroyed his own career with his drug and alcohol abuse. He realises he might only have one last chance and heads to London to take charge at a top restaurant so that he gain a third Michelin star!

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Musical Moments – Pulp Fiction

I thought this would be a very fitting musical moment this Monday due to the 20th anniversary of Pulp Fiction and it having a one day only re-release in cinemas across the UK tomorrow! What better than Uma Thurman dancing around to a brilliant Neil Diamond song? I absolutely love this scene as she really is going for it and I am sure we have all been guilty of dancing (and singing) around the house like this!

The Producers (2005) Review

Yes it took me a long time to eventually watch this movie, even though I do have it on dvd back in England. I never got round to watching it. So thank you netflix !!! It is available to view instantly on netflix at the moment, so I have now watched it. I have to admit that in parts of it, I found it annoying and a bit stupid, but overall I thought it was very entertaining and funny.

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Thurman, Ryan & Goldberg Headline Tribeca Film Festival’s Judging Panel

What a fantastic line up !!!

Hollywood stars Uma Thurman, Meg Ryan, Whoopi Goldberg and Adrien Brody will head up the judging panel at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York.

The actors will be joined by fellow celebrities James Franco, Mary-Kate Olsen, Bradley Cooper, Melissa Leo, Parker Posey and Morgan Spurlock, who are all among the 32 jurors at Robert De Niro‘s movie event, which kicks off on Wednesday.

The line-up was announced at a press conference in the Big Apple on Tuesday, which featured Thurman, director Spike Lee and festival founders De Niro and Jane Rosenthal.

And New York resident Thurman is delighted to play such a key role in the eighth annual festival.

She says, “For me and people who enjoy films, Tribeca has been a major event for which all look forward to with major anticipation. As a New Yorker, it’s wonderful to see the impact it has on the city.

“This year is especially exciting because I get to be a part of it as a juror.”

De Niro founded the event with Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff to help revitalise the lower Manhattan area after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 – and he is proud to continue celebrating New York City as a major film-making centre.

He adds, “It’s great to see how much the festival has grown since we started it in 2002 and how it has impacted this neighbourhood.”

The Tribeca Film Festival, which will host the world premiere of Woody Allen‘s new movie Whatever Works on Wednesday, runs until 3 May.