Cineworld Secret Screening 12 – Possible Films

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You wait seven months for another Secret Screening from Cineworld and in less than a week they announce two! So we no have number 12 on the way only twenty days after number 11! I have therefore decided to put together a second blog post and have left some films for this one as well with the dates fitting but also extending it!

Date: Monday 29th 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!

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Cineworld Secret Screening 11 – Possible Films

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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!

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Wild Rose (2018) Review

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Rose-Lynn Harlan has just spent twelve months in prison and is back out to chase her dream of becoming a Nashville country singer, but has anyone from Glasgow managed to do that before? Having to balance reconnecting with her two children as well, will she be able to get her life back on track?

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The Hate U Give (2018) Review

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Starr Carter must deal with living in two different worlds, a poor neighbourhood she lives in with mainly black people to the rich and white people she goes to a nice prep school with. She is struggling to hold everything together which is going to be put to the ultimate test when she is a witness of a fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil. Can she find her voice and still stay safe?

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