Category: Movies

‘The Commuter’ Review

Ashely Carr reviews ‘The Commuter’, based on the story of an Insurance salesman named Michael (played by Liam Neeson) whilst on his daily commute home. On this commute home, he is approached by a mysterious stranger, and forced to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger on the train before the last stop. As he works against the clock to solve the puzzle, and realises that a deadly plan is unfolding. Michael finds himself caught up in a criminal conspiracy that carries life and death stakes for everyone on the train. Family friendly filter: Rated M Violence is graphic Death...

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‘The Post’ Review

  This film is based on the true story of The Washington Posts first female publisher, Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), and the journey she goes through with her editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks), as the paper uncovers Government secrets relating to the Vietnam War, spanning over a number of decades. Family Friendly Filter: Rated M for mature themes Swearing (about 15 times) Due to the nature of this film, it would not be appropriate for children LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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‘Darkest Hour’ Review

This is the story of Winston Churchill’s journey taking on the responsibility during World War 2. This interesting story is set around the event of Dunkirk, and goes behind the scenes of the politics at the time. The Darkest Hour features big names such as Gary Oldman, Lily James and Kristin Scott Thomas.   Family Friendly Filter: Rated PG Not a film for kids due to the subject Minor curse words Theme of death and war LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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‘The Greatest Showman’ Review

The Greatest Showman was inspired by the life of P.T Barnum and the establishment of show business. This musical celebrates differences and tells the story of a boy who went from drags to riches. The film features Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Zendaya and Michelle Williams. Family Friendly Filter: This film is rated PG Individuals are called ‘freaks’ for being different Violence in protest of the circus No swearing Women wearing tight burlesque clothing LISTEN TO THE REVIEW...

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‘Coco’ Review

Disney Pixar presents their latest film aimed at children, ‘Coco’. This movie is centred around the character of a Mexican boy named Miguel, who loves music, which is banned by his family. Everything changes on ‘The Day of The Dead’, a Spanish festival where people go and honour the dead and deceased family members. Despite being a living being, Miguel ends up meeting his deceased family and finds himself on a quest to meet his great-great grandfather in the land of the dead. This is a typical pixar film in terms of it being colourful, bright, funny, and full of...

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