Tag Archives: Glee

Cinema Review – Frozen

Elsa (Idina Menzel) has spent most of her life living in solitude, after her powers to control winter put her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) in danger. When Elsa comes of age and is crowned Queen, emotions run high and she accidentally plunges the kingdom into a permanent winter. It is up to Anna to find her sister and release the kingdom, but to do so she must team up with Olaf (Josh Gad), a talking snowman, and an odd man named Kristoff (Jonathan Groff). Continue reading

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JDIFF 2013 Review – Struck by Lightning

High school student Carson (Chris Colfer) is struck by lightning, cutting short a promising life. Through flashback, Carson recounts the events that led up to his death, and the impact that he hoped to have on his typical American high school. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Pitch Perfect

Beca, a college Freshman, is cajoled (read: bullied) into joining The Barden Bellas; an all girl acapella singing group. While Beca injects some much needed energy into the group, she unwittingly starts a rivalry with a fellow Bella, and the male group – The Treblemakers – becomes the least of her troubles. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Joyful Noise

When the choir master from a small Georgia town unexpectedly dies, Vi Rose (Queen Latifah) takes over his duties, much to the chagrin of GG (Dolly Parton). As the choir heads into a national competition, the two clash about the choir’s direction, family and just about everything. Continue reading

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