Tag Archives: Chloe Grace Moretz

Cinema Review – The 5th Wave

In the wake of an alien attack on Earth, Cassie (Chloe Grace Moretz) is left to care for her younger brother after their parents are killed. When the two are separated, Cassie is determined find her brother again but since there have been four waves of the attack on the planet, the people are bracing themselves for a fifth; one that could be the most deadly of all. Continue reading

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JDIFF Review – Clouds of Sils Maria

Maria (Juliette Bioche) finds herself facing the fact that she is growing older when she is approached to star in the same play that made her famous as a 20 year old actress, only this time she is to play the part of the older woman, and allow a younger actress to play the role she made famous. Struggling to learn her lines and to find a place where she belongs in her career, Maria’s frustrations become evident as she argues with her personal assistant Valentine (Kristen Stewart). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Say When

Kiera Knightley stars as Megan, a woman in her late 20s who never managed to get her life together. With her many of her friends getting married and starting families, Megan begins to wonder whether the life she has made is truly one that she wants. When her boyfriend proposes, Megan fakes a trip to a career seminar to get some space. Lacking a place to stay, she crashes on the couch of her new friend Annika (Moretz), who just so happens to be at the age where Megan’s emotional development was stifled. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Equaliser

Bob (Denzel Washington) seems like an ordinary guy living a quiet life; by day he works in a huge home store, and by night he sits in a diner drinking tea. When he finds out more about Teri (Chloe Grace Moretz), the young woman who he often chats to in the diner, he realises that he has to help her get out of her ultra-violent situation. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – If I Stay

After she is involved in a horrific car accident, Mia (Chloe Grace Moretz) flashes back over her life, and the people in it, as she has to decide whether to fight for her life, or simply slip away. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Kick-Ass 2

It has been two years since Dave (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) first donned the costume of Kick-Ass and took to the streets to fight crime. Since the death of her father, Mindy (Chloe Grace Moretz) has taken to training as Hit Girl in secret, against the wishes of her new guardian. When a new breed of superheroes emerges on the city streets, Dave finds himself drawn to fighting the god fight again, but Mindy is having trouble breaking the promise she made to stay safe, and there is a new super villain on the rise, in the shape of The Motherfucker (Christopher Mintz-Plasse). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Dark Shadows

In the late 18th century, Barnabus Collins (Johnny Depp) scorns Angelique (Eva Green), a woman who just so happens to be a witch. Angelique curses Barnabus to be a vampire and buries him alive. 200 years later Barnabus is awoken to discover that the world around him has changed dramatically and his family is not as successful as it once was. With the rest of the Collins family in tow, Barnabus sets about rectifying this. Continue reading

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Trailer Talk: Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows is the new film from Tim Burton, and it stars all of his favourite actors including Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter. The film is based on the cult TV sitcom and is due for release this May. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Hugo

Hugo, based on Brian Selznik’s novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret, is director Martin Scorsese’s first ever 3D film, and promises to be something truly special. The film is the story of Hugo, a young boy who has lost his family and home, and lives in the walls of a Paris train station. By day, Hugo winds and maintains the clocks of the station, but by night he works to unlock a secret left to him by his father. Little does Hugo realise that this secret will transform and those around him, and reveal a safe and loving place he can call home. Continue reading

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