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When the overwhelming might of Adolf Hitler's advance across Europe it left Britain facing some tough choices. Winston Churchill “mobilized the English language and sent it into battle.” This powerful...[Read More]

Arnie is back - "old but not obsolete" in this wildly confusing fifth outing of the Terminator franchise. Leaping from the future to past, then to the future and creating a Nexus that changes the past...[Read More]

This multi-layered thriller gets a little bogged down in the details in an attempt to intellectualize the action genre. Resulting in a wild mix of ultra-violence, Romance, dysfunctional family life an...[Read More]

This hectic action-packed romp takes the Legend of Arthur and throws a truly twenty-first-century slant at it. Think Game of Thrones meets Lock Stock and Two smoking barrels and you are getting close ...[Read More]

Set in the Channel Isle of Guernsey, this thoroughly pleasant love story is a heartwarming tale packed full of English charm. Simply the perfect film to watch with a pot of tea and some nice cake.

An unashamedly nostalgic homage to a bygone age where overblown musicals ruled the roost, La La Land is the Oscar winning movie that is set in Hollywood, about Hollywood, for Hollywood. And so it was ...[Read More]

Don’t look. Don’t you dare look. One glance at one of these – somethings – and you will irrevocably be compelled to immediately kill yourself, violently. Bird Box puts us in the thick of Mallory’s des...[Read More]

Pablo Escobar is possibly the most famous drug lord in history, who made billions by supplying Columbian Cocaine direct to America. This film has a strong emphasis on the relationship between him and ...[Read More]

Private Life, starring Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn covers a realistic but slightly comedic take on the confusing cycle of IVFs and other birthing options. It is a wonderfully subdued comedy-drama t...[Read More]

Set in a tiny village deep in the harsh wilderness of Alaska, this deeply unnerving and brutally violent film explores the nature of the people living in these dark and wild places in more ways than o...[Read More]