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Five Favourite Opening Film Scenes
Five Favourite Opening Film Scenes
Five Favourite Opening Film Scenes

Five Favourite Opening Film Scenes The opening scene to a film is crucial. Those first few minutes, sometimes even seconds, decide whether we change the channel or swap the DVD so engaging the audience as soon as possible is to...

 
 
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47 Ronin Review poster
47 Ronin Review poster
47 Ronin Review poster
 

47 Ronin – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 6, 2014
 



47 Ronin Review: Samurai and pirates and dragons, oh my! The moment I first saw the trailer for Carl Rinsch’s Samurai epic, I instantly knew I’d love it. Laden with rich Japanese culture, stunning visuals and, yes, the occasion...

 
 
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Frozen Review
Frozen Review
Frozen Review
 

Frozen – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
December 28, 2013
 



Frozen Review: Having just returned from a week’s holiday at Disneyland Paris, I thought I’d see what all the fuss surrounding Disney’s latest princess tale, Frozen was all about. I’ve never really been one for the classic prin...

 
 
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Saving Mr Banks Review
Saving Mr Banks Review
Saving Mr Banks Review
 

Saving Mr Banks – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
December 18, 2013
 



Saving Mr Banks Review: With the camera idly panning through a thick cloudbank and the familiar jaunty notes of ‘chim chim cher-ee’ causing  toes to tap, audiences settle in for a charming venture into the magical world of flyi...

 
 
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Carrie Review
Carrie Review
Carrie Review
 

Carrie – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
December 9, 2013
 



Carrie Review: Upon watching shiny Hollywood remakes of your favourite classic horror films, one technique to avoid the inevitable disappointment, and often outrage, is to simply lower your expectations. The ol’ “laugh it off, ...