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Cinema Review – The Boss Baby

Seven year old Tim (Miles Christopher Bakshi) is an only child, and is used to getting all of his parents’ attention, as well as three bedtime stories, five hugs and his special song – Blackbird by The Beatles. When Tim hears he is to get a new baby brother he is less than impressed, and when the baby (Alec Baldwin) arrives he knows there is something off about this new kid; he turned up wearing a suit and carrying a briefcase. Tim’s efforts to find out the truth just lead to conflict, however, and it is not long before he hatches a plan to get rid of the interloper once and for all. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Immediately after the events of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, with no Secretary in place to guide the IMF, CIA Chief Hunley (Alec Baldwin) sets out to get the IMF shut down. Although the IMF no longer officially exists, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) sets out to prove the existence of the shadowy organisation The Syndicate, with the help of his loyal friends Benji (Simon Pegg), Brandt (Jeremy Renner) and Luther (Ving Rhames), and the help of a mysterious and dangerous woman named Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Still Alice

When she begins to forget random words and gets lost in her hometown, Alice (Julianne Moore) seeks help from a neurologist. Diagnosed with familial early onset Alzheimer’s, Alice and her family try to keep going as normal, for as long as possible, while Alice is painfully aware of everything she is losing. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Blue Jasmine

When her marriage falls apart, due to some dodgy financial dealing by her husband Hal (Alec Baldwin), Jasmine (Cate Blanchett) finds herself staying with her sister Ginger (Sally Hawkins) in San Fransisco. Ginger, and San Fransisco, may not be the life that Jasmine is accustomed to, but then Jasmine is not quite the woman she used to be. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Rise of the Guardians

When the evil Pitch (Jude Law) threatens to engulf the world in fear and darkness the protectors of childhood – the Guardians – must band together to defeat him. At the same time these Guardians – North (Alec Baldwin), Tooth (Isla Fisher), Bunnymund (Hugh Jackman) and the Sandman – must learn to work with the new Guardian Jack Frost (Chris Pine). Continue reading

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Trailer Talk – Rise of the Guardians

The Guardians are the creatures of fable and fairy tale that we believed in as children – The Sandman, Santa (Alec Baldwin), The Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher) and The Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman). These Guardians protect children and keep them safe from the evil Pitch (Jude Law), until Pitch rises stronger than ever, and the Guardians must call on Jack Frost (Chris Pine) to join them in defeating evil. Continue reading

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