Tag Archives: Julia Roberts

Cinema Review – Smurfs: The Lost Village

As Smurfette (Demi Lovato) struggles to find out what her purpose in life is, surrounded by Smurfs whose names tell them what they are good at, she discovers an entrance to a magical place in the Forbidden Forest. Meanwhile, Gargamel (Rainn Wilson) sets out to steal the magic from Smurfs, and when he hears there may be another Smurf village, Smurfette knows she must disobey Papa Smurf (Mandy Patinkin) to warn the Smurfs in the Forbidden Forest that danger is on the way. Continue reading

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Cannes Review – Money Monster

Lee Gates (George Clooney) is the presenter of Money Monster, a New York based TV show that tells potential investors just what they should do with their money. After Ibis Clear Capital – one of Gates’ tips – loses $800 million overnight, Kyle Budwell (Jack O’Connell), desperate and dangerous after losing all of his money, breaks into the studio and holds Gates hostage with the demand of finding out just where his money went. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Secret in Their Eyes

Not long after 9/11, Ray (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and his colleagues at the Counter Terrorism Joint Taskforce in LA are tasked with keeping an eye on a mosque in the city. When a woman’s body is found in a dumpster by the mosque and it turns out the be the daughter of one of the team, obsession and the quest for justice take the team over. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – August: Osage County


The Weston family have long since gone their separate ways, but when a family tragedy brings them back to the place they grew up, secrets are revealed and the women of the family learn more about themselves and the lives they have created. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Mirror Mirror

In this twist on the classic Snow White story, Snow White (Lily Collins) meets the handsome prince Alcott (Armie Hammer) but the evil Queen (Julia Roberts) has already set her sights on him. To achieve her goal, she rids the palace of Snow White and sets about marrying Alcott. Little does the Queen realise that Snow White forms an alliance in the forest and may be a bigger threat than she first thought. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Valentine’s Day

As the name suggests, the movie focuses on that debated day – Valentine’s Day – and stars some of Tinseltown’s brightest, including Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba and Taylor Lautner.
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