Tag: movie

Play Us A Tune-Green Book Review

Green Book, inspired by a true story, is directed by Peter Farrelly and stars Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali. After the club he bounces for is shut for renovations, a working-class Italian-American, Tony Lip (Mortensen) needs work desperately to provide...

/ 17th February 2019

T2 Trainspotting Reviewed

T2: Trainspotting is directed by Danny Boyle and stars Ewan McGreggor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle. Set twenty years after the events of the cultural phenomenon, the sequel tells a story of memory, regret and the new...

/ 7th February 2019

The House with a Clock in it’s Walls – Review

Fans of the Harry Potter franchise will love this fantasy adventure.  Orphaned by his parents dying in a car crash, Lewis journeys to the town of New Zebedee, Michigan to live under the care of his late mother’s brother, uncle...

/ 28th October 2018

A Star is Born Review – Cooper’s remake is beautifully heart-breaking

Bradley Cooper’s remake of the classic film shows the heart-breaking reality of addiction and the highs and lows of the music industry. 4/5 A Star Is Born has been accompanying generations, having a total of not one, not two, but...

/ 10th October 2018

A Tale as Old As Time – Beauty and the Beast Review

The original Beauty and the Beast is one of Disney’s most beloved and acclaimed classics – it was the first animated film to be nominated for the Best Picture Oscar – so it’s no surprise that Bill Condon’s live-action remake...

/ 20th March 2017

Get your skateboarding fix with Bagheadcrew and their new full length film

Well it turns out Leicester isn’t just a city of footballers but a city of skateboarders as well. So you should definitely be celebrating that by going to a movie premier right? Well @Bagheadcrew are offering just that, tonight at...

/ 4th February 2017

Spotted: A Catching Fire edition

HIYA! This week has been somewhat of a busy week in the fashion world. Medham Kirchoff for Topshop arrived online and in stores Thursday, Isabel Marant for H&M sold out in minutes and the Regent Street store played host to...

/ 22nd November 2013

Film review – Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013

When first hearing that there would be a film featuring the beloved comedy creation, Alan Partridge – I’m sure many and myself included shuddered at that prospect. The character failing to jump the hurdle onto the big screen would have...

/ 21st August 2013

Film review – Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

JJ Abrams reboot of the much-loved Star Trek franchise was met with great fanfare back in 2009 and his sequel, whilst taking over four years to finally arrive, will receive a similar amount; for ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’  is an...

/ 1st June 2013

Film review – The Look of Love (2013)

Michael Winterbottom is a very hit and miss director; I enjoyed 24 Hour Party People, A Cock and Bull Story and The Trip but his other works can be complete misfires. The Look of Love is another misfire to be added to Winterbottom’s filmography....

/ 8th May 2013