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New Movies This Week
Nothing new this week. Everything came out before Christmas.
|Movie Review – Puss In Boots: The Last Wish
Shrek – the franchise that keeps on giving! At this rate, there’ll soon be more outings than 007. How did the latest one do?
|Movie Review – I Wanna Dance With Somebody
Another Whitney biopic. What is this…number four or five? This one is a dramatisation rather than a documentary and it was, apparently, approved by her estate as a corrective.
|Movie Review – Babylon
A look at the early days of Hollywood. All the ambition, excess, achievement, and overabundance.
|Classic New Years Movie Review – Sunset Blvd. (1950)
As we have a New Year imminent I thought it was appropriate to take another look at a classic set at that time of year.
|New Years Eve Movie Review – Snowpiercer (2013)
From an early classic to something much more recent. It is too soon to say whether this will be a classic or not but it does feature Tilda Swinton and John Hurt so I’m optimistic!
|New Years Movie Review – Entrapment (1999)
And why not take a look at a film set at the turn of the millennium, not just the year? OK, it’s not actually the turn of the millennium but it does feature the force of nature that is Sean Connery!
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