STAR TREK BEYOND

This week in films I should have seen, I am finally catching up on a franchise I love. I’m checking off the latest film in the Star Trek series: 2016’s Star Trek Beyond. Directed by Justin Lin and written by Simon Pegg and Doug Jung; this is the third instalment of the new Star Trek films […]

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WHY I LOVE NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

Today is International Museum Day – the perfect opportunity for me to dissect why it is that I love the 2006 film Night at the Museum so, so much. I know it’s weird that I, a film blogger and film mega-fan in general have this as my favourite film but it’s the truth. If it […]

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MOVIES MATRIX TEMPLATE

This week in film twitter trends, I’m jumping on a bandwagon with a template started by @MoviesMatrix: To save time (and sanity), I will be limiting each answer to strictly one film. So prepare yourself for some pretty honest, off the wall Hot Takes™. Let’s get into it… OVERRATED:  Logan (2017) Look – I’m as […]

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BEING JOHN MALKOVICH

This week on films I should have seen, I’m diving into a film that has long been a favourite of my mum’s – Being John Malkovich.  Directed by Spike Jonze and starring John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, Catherine Keener -and of course, John Malkovich; it’s about a man who discovers a door to the inside of world […]

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POKÊMON: DETECTIVE PIKACHU

Today, the film event of the year (other than Endgame) is released in cinemas. Prepare for your childhood to come alive, because it’s time for Pokémon: Detective Pikachu. Directed by Rob Letterman and starring Ryan Reynolds as the voice of the infamous Pokêmon character, with Justice Smith & Kathryn Newton as the human leads; it’s […]

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DAVID ATTENBOROUGH & OUR PLANET

Today is Sir David Attenborough’s 93rd Birthday. A British legend who is the only person to have won BAFTAs for programmes in each format of television over the years (black and white, colour, HD, 3D and 4K), he has been working since 1952 and is still going strong. Across his career, Attenborough has become a […]

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THE 2019 MET GALA

Last night was the biggest night in fashion, and for a second year in a row I’m sharing all of my highlights from the event. On the first Monday of May every year since the seventies, the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosts it’s annual Met Gala, an event that celebrates the opening of it’s new Costume Institute exhibition. […]

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CHARADE

I’m back with another edition of films I should have seen, and this week’s is one of my favourites yet. To celebrate what would have been Audrey Hepburn’s ninetieth birthday yesterday, this week I ticked off a film of hers I had somehow, despite being a huge fan of hers, still never seen. That film […]

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