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Cinema Review -La La Land

Mia (Emma Stone) and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), an aspiring actress and a jazz pianist with dreams of opening his own nightclub, fall in love after they cross one another’s paths time and again. As their dreams become ever closer, their aspirations begin to pull them apart. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Accountant

Chris Wolff (Ben Affleck), having been diagnosed with autism when he was a child, has channelled his precision into a lucrative career as an accountant, “uncooking” the books for criminals and large firms to discover who has been stealing from them. When the Treasury Department takes an interest in Wolff, who has been spotted with numerous criminals around the world, and a hitman begins to close in on him, the web of secrecy that Wolff has built around himself begins to fall apart. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Meddler

Marnie (Susan Sarandon) has just moved to LA to be closer to her daughter Lori (Rose Byrne). Although Marnie insists all the time that “basically I feel great!”, it soon becomes clear, from her constant voicemails to her daughter and the fact that she crashes parties and spends her money on anyone but herself, that the recent death of her husband has left her at a loss. When her daughter goes to New York for work, Marnie finds herself alone in LA for the first time, and struggling to make real connections. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Kung Fu Panda 3

After stealing the chi of the Kung-Fu masters in the spirit realm, the obsessive Kai (J.K. Simmons) returns to the mortal realm to take on the one who is destined to destroy him. The trouble is that Po (Jack Black) may be the Dragon Warrior, but he has not yet mastered the use of chi, and his long lost father Li (Bryan Cranston) has finally found him, and the two are trying to forge a relationship for the first time. Continue reading

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