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Cinema Review – The Lost City of Z

British Army Officer Percival Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) has never progressed as far has he would like within the army, but when he is assigned to an exploration mission with the Royal Geographical Society to map the uncharted jungles of Bolivia, he finds a passion for the uncharted lands and the mysteries they hold, that he never expected. Fawcett believes there is an ancient lost city waiting to be discovered in the jungle, but when he sets out on his third voyage into Bolivia with his son Jack (Tom Holland), the mystery deepens even further. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Live by Night

After fighting the Huns in France, Joe Coughlin (Ben Affleck) returns to Prohibition-Era Boston, swearing never to follow orders again. After starting out as an outlaw, Coughlin relocates to Florida – after a stint in prison – to work with the Italian mob family under Maso Pescatore in taking down the leader of the Irish mob. While in Florida, Coughlin makes the Pescatore family a lot of money, but runs into trouble with the KKK and the devoutly religious. Continue reading

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ADIFF Review – High-Rise

In a dystopian version of the 1970s, Dr Robert Laing (Tom Hiddleston) moves into a new apartment in a high-rise complex. Laing soon learns that social classes play a large part of life in the building, with the architect of the project, Anthony Royal (Jeremy Irons) living on the 40th floor, his apartment complete with a huge and beautiful garden. When the power goes out on the lower floors of the high rise, order soon breaks down in the building, leading to chaos. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Mississippi Grind

Gerry (Ben Mendelsohn) is a down on his luck gambler looking for a big win to solve his problems. When he meets the charming Curtis (Ryan Reynolds) who seems to care more about the game than winning, Gerry sees a way out of debt. The trouble is that old habits die hard and while Curtis may seem blasé about the whole affair, he is just as addicted as Gerry. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – American Sniper

Over the course of four tours of Iraq, Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) was hailed as the most deadly sniper the US military has ever seen, who claimed to have killed 255 people in his career. Bradley Cooper takes on the lead role in the story of Kyle’s life, and the choices he made that earned him a bounty on his head in Iraq, and almost led to the end of his marriage. Continue reading

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