Here we go again! Another cycle around the Sun marked by an arbitrary bank holiday. As with other holidays, there are a few films set around the festivities. At the moment we only have a few films reviewed but there are a handful of films which we have available to watch and will add to the list as soon as they can be written up.
These include classics like The Time Machine, Rosemary’s Baby, Forrest Gump, Ghostbusters II, , The Godfather II, The Shining, and The Poseidon Adventure to name but a few. Others include the Paul McGann iteration as Doctor Who, the Alan Parker horror Angel Heart, and the Cambridge University themed Peter’s Friends.
So until all those, and more, are written up, here are the first few…
1942 – Holiday Inn
1950 – Sunset Boulevard
1983 – Trading Places
1989 – When Harry Met Sally
1995 – Four Rooms
1996 – Doctor Who
1999 – Entrapment
2001 – Bridget Jones’ Diary
2013 – Snowpiercer
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Former teacher, lecturer, homelessness administrator, pharmacy dispenser now happily retired, happily married, and a very happy granddad. I live next to the Mersey but on the side Daniel Craig and Taron Egerton come from rather than the side the Beatles came from!