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Darkest Hour is a triumphantly superb, inspiring historical World War II drama directed by Joe Wright and written by Anthony McCarten. The core of which is about an unabashed man, Winston Churchill (played with relentless, flawless magnificence by Gary Oldman) thrown in the middle of the some of the most unimaginable inhumane crazy set of circumstances at the beginning of his career as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Multi-award winning playwright, Martin McDonagh follows up the excellent “In Bruges” and “Seven Psychopaths” with the delightfully superb brilliant black comedy “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” Once again bringing his original trademark writing and direction with canny Irish charm on the big screen.
One of the most anticipated films of 2017 is now upon us and totally lives up to the hype! Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi is a tour de ‘force’ (excuse the pun) of epic action blockbuster cinematic filmmaking, that leaves the audience on the edge of their seats and hungry for next episode in the Space Saga!
Marvel’s The Punisher is a bloody brilliant epic, tense 13-episode crime drama, which takes a real look at the consequences long-term violence has on the human psyche, as well as the meaning of War and how soldiers are treated after they have served their country.
Justice League, the fifth instalment in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) is an enjoyable, character-driven step in the right direction for the DCEU; bringing together a team of familiar, as well as lesser known, heroes for the first time to our cinematic screens.
Willard is the traditional story of a socially awkward boy befriending a wild animal, yet with a menacing twist.
Thor: Ragnarok, the 17th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a relentlessly entertaining blend of adventure, fantasy and humour that will not only satisfy fans of the Legendary Jack Kirby’s comic book era but also Cinematic fans of action comedies.
'Dunkirk', Christopher Nolan’s 10th film in the Director’s chair, is an epic, visually stunning, triumph.
Geezers, Guns and Ganja. Not a list of three usually associated with the Hollywood perennial, perma -tanned, scientology disciple Tom Cruise.
The Ninth Planet of the Apes film in the past 49 years is a beautifully epic, thought provoking sci-fi war film with sparse spoken dialogue, which ‘La Planete Des Singes’ author, the late Pierre Boulle would have been proud to have inspired.
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