Sunday, 20 July 2014

DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (12A) (3D)

"ALL HAIL CAESAR"
8/10
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is an action, drama, sci fi movie directed by Matt Reeves. In the aftermath disaster that changed the world, the growing and genetically evolving apes find themselves confronted by the human race of which they believed had been wiped out. 

 Starring: Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Toby Kebbell & Kodi Smit-McPhee.
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Writer - @sliderbee
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IN CINEMAS 17th JULY 2014. (UK)
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THE REVIEW:
This Mark Reeves direction throws you into a world where apes rule as mankind is falling. Caesar, an ape is the king of his castle and his fellow ape disciples followed his every word, until they made contact with humans after a world disaster. We had a developing monkey in the previous movie, this is him in his prime. He understands the world and what it means to have friends, a family and a home. He is one of the most iconic leaders ive seen in a film, his energy and aura bring such presence to his scenes. Andi Serkis deserves an of award for his performance as Caesar.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the sequel to the 2011 movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes. This is on a much bigger scale. A production of focused storytelling and the most realistic motion capture effects i've seen. From start to finish, its so compelling to watch. The tone throughout the movie is to preserve life and keep peace. Its made clear as the movie progressed that the humans and apes are prepared to go any lengths to protect their own. Another great example of fearing what you don't know. 

Awesome action scenes (Apes riding Horses with guns) and great acting are just a few things to awe at. The ape characters outshine the humans just as you would expect, they just compliment the story rather than to fit around it. The relationship between the two show more similarity if you take away looks. The message is that there is good and bad in every society. The arrogance of humans is transmitted in to the personalities of these apes since they are just as smart. 

An outstanding piece of film-making.

 #MustWatchMovie

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Monday, 26 May 2014

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (12A) (3D)

"SETTING A NEW STANDARD FOR SUPERHERO MOVIES"
9/10
X-Men: Days Of Future Past is an action, adventure superhero movie Directed by Bryan Singer. The X-Men have no choice but to send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent a wipe out of both humans and mutants.

Starring: Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Nicholas Hoult, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Peter Dinklage, Shawn Ashmore, Omar Sy, Evan Peters, Josh Helman, Daniel Cudmore & Bingbing Fan
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IN CINEMAS 22ND MAY 2014. (UK)
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THE REVIEW:
X-Men: Days of Future Past is a breath of fresh action & adventure air that sets a new standards for superhero flicks. This motion picture comes as a sequel to both X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) &X-Men: First Class (2011)
Director Brian Singer has managed to throw in all the characteristics of why we loved the superheros in the first place. Action scenes blossoming right from the start. Storyline is well thought-out, dialogue with a purpose and a great mix of twists. If that's not enough, they even merge bits of the previous movies to complete this new one. We are introduced to younger versions of the X:Men, giving screen time to characters in two different times of their lives. With over 2 hours playing time there's long list of mutants (new ones too) showing off their powers with brilliant special effects backing and great cinematography. 
Every character gets enough screen time to dazzle us in their elements. There's not much more one can ask for, even the 3D is amazing work. This is a brilliant achievement and can easily go toe to toe with The Avengers for the best superhero movie out so far.
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A movie where the front men connection is on the same level is a directors dream and always a pleasure to watch. The actors & actresses are fantastic from start to finish. Fassbender (Magneto) & McAvoy (Professor X) deliver top performances, they are so believable and their chemistry is plain to see on screen. Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique) is the show stealer. She's a woman on a mission destroying everything in her path. Not only is she an outstanding actress that owned every scene she was in, she's also a beautiful woman even when dipped head to toe in blue. Hugh Jackman is the poster boy, everything has to happen around him. He plays a great Wolverine/Logan and fits well in the mix. Other actors made good performances that solidifies the movie. Perfect cast.

If you loved First Class then you will adore this. #MustWatchMovie2014
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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS MARCH (2014)

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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS MARCH IN CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK.

·  300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE (3D) (15) (IN CINEMA 7TH MARCH)

·  BULLET (15) (IN CINEMA 7TH MARCH)

·  ESCAPE FROM PLANET EARTH (3D) (U) (IN CINEMA 7TH MARCH)

· THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (15) (IN CINEMA 7TH MARCH)

·  PARANOIA (12A) (IN CINEMA 7TH MARCH)

·  NEED FOR SPEED (3D) (12A) (IN 1CINEMA 12TH MARCH)

·  IRONCLAD 2: BATTLE FOR BLOOD (12A) (IN CINEMA 14TH MARCH)

·  UNDER THE SKIN (15) (IN CINEMA 14TH MARCH)

·  VERONICA MARS (12A) (IN CINEMA 14TH MARCH)

·  THE ZERO THEOREM (15) (IN CINEMA 14TH MARCH)

·  ABOUT LAST NIGHT (15) (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

·  G.B.F (15) (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

·  LABOR DAY (12A) (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

·  A LONG WAY DOWN (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

· THE MACHINE (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

·  STARRED UP (18) (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

·  SVENGALI (15) (IN CINEMA 21ST MARCH)

·  20 FEET FROM STARDOM (12A) (IN CINEMA 28TH MARCH)

·  CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOILDER (3D) (IN CINEMA 28TH MARCH)

·  HERCULES: THE LEGEND BEGINS (3D) (12A) (IN CINEMA 28TH MARCH)

·  MUPPETS MOST WANTED (U) (IN CINEMA 28TH MARCH)

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

MOVIE REVIEW: NON-STOP (12A)

"EDGE OF YOUR SEAT TYPE MOVIE"
7.5/10
Non Stop is an action thriller movie Directed by Juame Collet-Serra.
An Air Marshall is called into action as he receives a series of texts demanding a lump sum of money to be paid into an off-shore account. 

Its Starring Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore, Michelle Dockery, Nate Parker, Linus Roache, Scoot McNairy, Corey Stoll, Lupita Nyong'o, Anson Mount, Omar Metwally, Jason Butler, Harner, Quinn McColgan, Corey Hawkins, Frank Deal, Shea Whigham & Bar Paly.

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IN CINEMAS 28TH FEBRUARY 2014. (UK)
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THE REVIEW:
Taken's front-man Liam Neeson is out to save the day once again. But this time we are taken to the skies in a plane filled with innocent passengers and some nutjob in this atmospheric thriller. When Mr Neeson has an action film out you just have to check it out. He has all the attributes of a good cop actor.

Bill (Neeson) is a Federal Air Marshall who is assigned to accompany international flights. On this flight from New York to London there is an apparent high-jacking. Bill is framed and has to catch the real perpetrator before landing. From the trailer, the story seems straightforward but that's far from the finished product. Its an edge of the seat type movie with twists nobody can see coming.                                                                                                      I love a 'Whodunnit' type movie because it keeps the mind active, guessing who the culprit could be as the movie progressed. The script is set up to advance with every new discovery, there's more to learn about each character as they are introduced. The time is ticking, nerves are at an all time high, fingers are been pointed as well as guns and this is all happening 30k feet in the air. Director Juame Collet-Serra builds up throughout for an explosive finale. The effects of the plane look realistic.

No movie is perfect, neither is this one. There are one or two plot holes if watching really closely. The pace of the movie is moving Non-Stop, you might not notice. But if you do notice then you wont believe the ending and the reactions of the plane passengers as events unfold. I also noticed there wasn't enough fight scenes. If you're going to play the tough guy hero then beat a few more people up.  
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Liam Neeson does do a brilliant job in keeping this movie in focus and adding to the suspense. The stereotype fits him perfectly, he has the dramatic skills that work well in his favour. He keeps the movie interesting and worked well with his cast.

This is no Taken but its half way there. 

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MOVIE REVIEW: RIDE ALONG (12A)

"NOT JUST FUNNY, IT'S KEVIN HART FUNNY"
7/10
Ride Along is an action comedy movie Directed by Tim Story
Ben Barber is a security guard who wants to be a cop. He joins his cop brother in-law James on a 24 hour patrol of Atlanta. Ben sets out to impress James to prove himself worthy of marrying Angela, James' sister.
Its Starring Kevin Hart, Ice Cube, Lawrence Fishburne, Tika Sumpter, John Leguizamo, Bryan Callen, Bruce McGill, Gary Owen, Jay Pharoah, David Banner, Dragos Bucur, Gary Weeks, Jacob Latimore & Benjamin Flores Jr.

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IN CINEMAS 28TH FEBRUARY 2014. (UK)

FACT: A sequel is in the pipeline with production set to start July 2014.
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THE REVIEW:
 This movie does its job. Its funny, energetic and comes with not a perfect storyline but an enjoyable one. I didn't mind sitting in my seat, catching the jokes and laughing out loud with the rest of the cinema on release day.                                                                                Comedian turned actor Kevin Hart plays Ben, a peculiar man. He headlines with Ice Cube, he plays James, a crazy but tough cop in this buddy comedy movie. Ben takes a ride along to impress James but gets wrapped up in a case James is currently obsessed about.                                                                                                          The storyline is as expected. A cop teaming up with someone he does not like, the pair have to get along in the midst of many arguments. The cliches do not run too deep, the director takes the conscious decision to use a varied amount. The ones chosen fit with the tempo and are genuinely funny. 

The scrip picks up flaws when scenes are made just to fill up time. The further i went into the movie, the more predictable it got. Some twists didn't even make sense but thankfully the jokes did. The overall good outweigh the transparent script because the dialogue kept the jokes coming each scene. I wanted more character development between the two front man. There's just not enough background information to go on.

Films genres like this come at least once a month. Its who's the front man that's going to make you want to watch it. Kevin Hart is a comedian, put him in front of a camera in a comedy movie and that's exactly what your going to get. His performance is where the money is, if the movie was going to fall flat on its face then he was there to save it. He seems to be enjoying his time in the spotlight doing what he does best. He showed great chemistry with Ice Cube. Fans will not be disappointing with the end product. This is what i call capitalizing in your prime. From his hit comedy stand up DVD "Let Me Explain" to this, is a good look.

Kevin Harts enthusiasm and his Ice Cube partnership is definitely worth checking out.

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Monday, 6 January 2014

MOVIE REVIEW - MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM

"HISTORIC"
6/10
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom is an historic drama movie Directed by Justin Chadwick.
This movie is of Nelson Mandela's life journey, from his childhood in a rural village throughout to his inauguration as the first democratically elected president of South Africa.
Its Starring Idris Elba, Naomie Harris, Tony Kgorge, Riaad Moosa, Zolani Mkiva, Simo Mogwazza,  Fana Mokoena, Thapelo Mokoena, Jamie Bartlett + many more...

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IN CINEMAS 3RD JANUARY 2014. (UK)
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THE REVIEW:
I had the chance to watch this biographic movie about Mandela and his pursuit of freedom for his people which took him half his lifetime to achieve. We have all read and learned about the life of Mandela, how It took thousands of black killings in South Africa and him spending 27 years in prison for change to finally come

Director Justin Chadwick brings his unforgettable story to life. Movie has its powerful moments, A good effort in trying to educate and entertain at the same time. With over 2 hours of screen time, the story-line is half way short of being perfect. But for what it lacks in plot it's made up for in dialogue. The younger generation might get bored but the older ones will understand every event and what it meant at the time. 

The writers have concentrated more on whats being said rather than whats actually happening. I was expecting more scenes of some memorable movement rallies, the representation of Mandela's time of presidency and why he decided to step down from power after a short reign. There's little to show on that front. The tone and pace even drops half way through, and it becomes a dragged out race to his triumph. The whole story does not hit all the point i expected, his redemption isn't shown in all its glory.


Idris Elba plays Nelson Mandela and i have to say he deserves a major award for his portrayal. He efforts carry this movie from start to finish even with this put on accent.  His Wife Winnie played by Naomie Harris also does a brilliant job, her ideologies and mental strength gave the story a little edge. The cast as a whole gave brilliant performances. The acting is more of a win than anything else.


This is must watch for an insight into History. (you owe it to yourself) 
Rest in Peace Mr Nelson Mandela.


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Wednesday, 1 January 2014

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS JANUARY (2014)

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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS JANUARY IN CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK.

· PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES (15) (IN CINEMA 1ST JAN)

· LAST VEGAS (12A) (IN CINEMA 3RD JAN)

·  MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (12A) (IN CINEMA 3RD JAN)

· 12 YEARS A SLAVE (15) (IN CINEMA 10TH JAN)

· BOUNTY KILLER (IN CINEMA 10TH JAN)

· DELIVERY MAN (12A) (IN CINEMA 10TH JAN)

· THE RAILWAY MAN (15) (IN CINEMA 10TH JAN)

· DEVIL'S DUE (15) (IN CINEMA 16TH JAN)

· CRYSTAL FAIRY (IN CINEMA 17TH JAN)

· THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (18) (IN CINEMA 17TH JAN)

·  AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY (15) (IN CINEMA 24TH JAN)

·  GRUDGE MATCH (12A) (IN CINEMA 24TH JAN)

· INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS (15) (IN CINEMA 24TH JAN)

·  JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT (IN CINEMA 24TH JAN)

· I, FRANKENSTEIN (3D) (IN CINEMA 29TH JAN)

·  OUT OF THE FURNACE (15) (IN CINEMA 29TH JAN)

·  THE AWKWARD MOMENT (15) (IN CINEMA 29TH JAN)

· THE ARMSTRONG LIE (IN CINEMA 31ST JAN)

· LONE SURVIVOR (IN CINEMA 31ST JAN)

Sunday, 8 December 2013

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS DECEMBER (2013)

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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS DECEMBER IN CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK.

· BLACK NATIVITY (PG) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· FROZEN (3D) (PG) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· GETAWAY (12A) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· HOMEFRONT (15) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

·  KLOWN (18) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· OLDBOY (18) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· NEBRASKA (15) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· POWDER ROOM (15) (IN CINEMA 6TH DEC)

· THE CHRISTMAS CANDLE (IN CINEMA 13TH DEC)

· THE HOBBIT 2 (12A) (3D) (IN CINEMA 13TH DEC)

· ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES (15) (IN CINEMA 18TH DEC)

· AMERICAN HUSTLE (IN CINEMA 20TH DEC)

· THE HARRY HILL MOVIE (IN CINEMA 20TH DEC)

· WALKING WITH DINOSAURS (3D) (IN CINEMA DEC)

· 47 RONIN (3D) (IN CINEMA 26TH DEC)

· ALL IS LOST (12A) (IN CINEMA 26TH DEC)

· THE SECRET LIFE OF MITTY WALTERS (PG) (IN CINEMA 26TH DEC)

Thursday, 21 November 2013

MOVIE REVIEW: THE BUTLER (12A)

"GOOD CAST, STRONG MOVIE"

The Butler is a drama movie directed by Lee Daniels. 
Cecil Gaines was a black White House butler who served for 34 years & was eye witnessing notable events of the 20th century. This was during the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events.
Its starring Forrest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, David Oyelowo, Elijah Kelley, Yaya DaCosta, Aml Ameen, Cuba Gooding Jnr, Lenny Kravitz, Robin Williams, James Marsden, John Cusack, Alan Rickman + many more...

#FilmFact: In the original script, the character Cecil Gaines has a scene where he meets President Barack Obama. The director Lee Daniels even considered asking the president to play himself. Since the film was shot during the height of the 2012 presidential election, Daniels decided to cast actor Orlando Eric Street in the role instead.

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IN CINEMAS 15TH NOVEMBER 2013.
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THE REVIEW:
I was able to catch Lee Daniels' The Butler earlier today, and i can tell you its a whirlwind of emotions and is packed with colorful performances. Based on a true story, we are taken through a timeline of eight presidency in the White House and follow a Butler through his 34 years tenure. 
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MOVIE FANS, I want you step away from the gun blazing action films, the rom coms, the wild adventure movies and go and watch The Butler, and see what it was like to be a coloured back when the white man ruled. We've all heard and read stories about the past of how Africans were lynched, raped and murdered because of their skin color. This film portrays that on screen. There aren't any dull moments, its entertaining & powerful. Also, the heart tugging scenes gets to each point with some depth and meaning. 

I had a good feeling about this movie prior to seeing it, when i watched the trailer i saw an overload of stars of which i knew was capable of pulling off notable performances. Because with a strong cast comes an even better movie. Even though this story-line has been glammed up Hollywood style and the profile of the Butler has been edited such as his name, life, and family involvement in the moments etc. His real name was Eugene Allen, he did not have 2 son, his mother was not raped by a white cotton owner and his father was not killed by the same man. But from what i saw, there is still the important historic events on screen to be absorbed, its acted out brilliantly. Each scenes either brought joy or sorrow, the insight to the events happening in the White House and a Butler's sons passion for equality is the driving force of this movie. To make a movie like this, little edits into the story has to be made to push it further. Director Lee Daniels deserves a "good job" at least for this because he is still able to depict life in the 20th century for a Butler and a colored.

I am happy with the headliners of this movie, they are what pushed this film overall mark from good to great. I have been sitting here racking my brain, thinking of someone else who could have played a better Cecil Gaines.... I couldn't think of nobody who could be such a sensitive, genuine, obedient and likeable character such as like Forest Whitaker was. In my opinion he gave one of the performances of his acting career. I haven't been this impressed since watching him in The Last King Of Scotland, 2006. 
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This was also my first time ever seeing Oprah Winfrey act, she played  Mr Gaines' wife Gloria. Her character held its own very well and thankfully she wasn't stale. David Oyelowo played the son, Louis. His character was played impressively as he was always at the front line trying to change the white mans perception of colored people. He is ready to fight for fairness. The rest of the cast formed together with ease, its packed with cameos by famous actors as presidents of The United States of America. To point out a negative on my way out of this review i would say the script was already strong enough, so putting so many stars in this movie diluted the taste. The editing of the front man's profile can also be seen as wrong as this is no the real persons story. We could have had a totally different movie.

Still, A bookmark movie for 2013.
STAR RATINGS OUT OF 10:  7.5
FAVOURITE MOMENTS IN THE FILM:
The scenes of Cecil Gaines asking for a raise in wages. He wanted all the workers  in the White House on equal pay, not just the white ones.
(if you loved another moment in the film, please feel free to share it with ME in the comments section.)
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Wednesday, 13 November 2013

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS NOVEMBER (2013)


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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS NOVEMBER IN CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK.

·  DRINKING BUDDIES (15) (IN CINEMA 1ST NOV)

·  PHILOMENA (12A) (IN CINEMA 1ST NOV)

·  SHORT TERM 12 (15) (IN CINEMA 1ST NOV)

·  GRAVITY (3D) (12A) (IN CINEMA 8TH NOV)

·  BATTLE OF THE YEAR (3D) (12A) (IN CINEMA 15TH NOV)

· THE BUTLER (12A) (IN CINEMA 15TH NOV)

· THE COUNSELOR (18) (IN CINEMA 15TH NOV)

·  DOM HEMINGWAY (15) (IN CINEMA 15TH NOV)

·  DON JON (18) (IN CINEMA 15TH NOV)

· THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE (12A) (IN CINEMA 21ST NOV)

· THE FAMILY (15) (IN CINEMA 22ND NOV)

· PARKLAND (15) (IN CINEMA 22ND NOV)

· VENDETTA (18) (IN CINEMA 22ND NOV)

·  THE BEST MAN HOLIDAY (IN CINEMA 29TH NOV)

· CARRIE (15) (IN CINEMA 29TH NOV)

· FREE BIRDS (3D) (U) (IN CINEMA 29TH NOV)

· SAVING MR. BANKS (PG) (IN CINEMA 29TH NOV)

Thursday, 3 October 2013

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS OCTOBER (2013)

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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS OCTOBER IN CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK.

·  EMPEROR (12A) (IN CINEMA 4TH OCT)

·  FLOWER GIRL (12A) (IN CINEMA 4TH OCT)

· HOW I LIVE NOW (15) (IN CINEMA 4TH OCT)
·  SUNSHINE ON LEITH (PG) (IN CINEMA 4TH OCT)

·  THANKS FOR SHARING (15) (IN CINEMA 4TH OCT)

·  THE TO DO LIST (15) (IN CINEMA 4TH OCT)

·  BAGGAGE CLAIM (12A) (IN CINEMA 11TH OCT)

·  THE FIFTH ESTATE (15) (IN CINEMA 11TH OCT)

·  LE WEEK-END (15) (IN CINEMA 11TH OCT)

· MACHETE KILLS (15) (IN CINEMA 11TH OCT)

· NOT ANOTHER HAPPY ENDING (12A) (IN CINEMA 11TH OCT)

·  ROMEO & JULIET (PG) (IN CINEMA 11TH OCT)

·  CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (12A) (IN CINEMA 18TH OCT)

· ENOUGH SAID (12A) (IN CINEMA 18TH OCT)

· ESCAPE PLAN (15) (IN CINEMA 18TH OCT)

· PRINCE AVALANCHE (15) (IN CINEMA 18TH OCT)

· TURBO (3D) (U) (IN CINEMA 18TH OCT)

· JACKASS PRESENTS: BAD GRANDPA (IN CINEMA 23RD OCT)

· A BELFAST STORY (15) (IN CINEMA 25TH OCT)

· CLOSED CIRCUIT (15) (IN CINEMA 25TH OCT)

·  CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (3D) (U) (IN CINEMA 25TH OCT)

·  ENDERS GAME (12A) (IN CINEMA 25TH OCT)

·  IT'S A LOT (15) (IN CINEMA 25TH OCT)

·  ONE CHANCE (IN CINEMA 25TH OCT)

· THOR: THE DARK WORLD (3D) (IN CINEMA 30TH OCT)

Thursday, 5 September 2013

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS SEPTEMBER (2013)

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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS SEPTEMBER IN THE UK.

·  CHERRY (18) (IN CINEMA 2ND SEPT)

·  ABOUT TIME (12A) (IN CINEMA 4TH SEPT)

·  RIDDICK (15) (IN CINEMA 4TH SEPT)
·  AINT THEM BODIES SAINTS (15) (IN CINEMA 6TH SEPT)

·   42 (12A) (IN CINEMA 13TH SEPT)

·  IN A WORLD... (15) (IN CINEMA 13TH SEPT)

·   INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 (IN CINEMA 13TH SEPT)

·   JUSTIN & THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR (3D) (PG) (IN CINEMA 13TH SEPT)

·  RUSH (15) (IN CINEMA 13TH SEPT)

·  WHITE HOUSE DOWN (12A) (IN CINEMA 13TH SEPT)

·  THE CALL (15) (IN CINEMA 20TH SEPT)

·  DIANA (IN CINEMA 20TH SEPT)

·  R.I.P.D (3D) (12A) (IN CINEMA 20TH SEPT)

·  AUSTENLAND (12A) (IN CINEMA 27TH SEPT)

·  BLUE JASMINE (12A) (IN CINEMA 27TH SEPT)

· GIRL MOST LIKELY (12A) (IN CINEMA 27TH SEPT)

· ITS A LOT (15) (IN CINEMA 27TH SEPT)

·  PRISONERS (IN CINEMA 27TH SEPT)

·  RUNNER RUNNER (15) (IN CINEMA 27TH SEPT)


Friday, 9 August 2013

TRAILERS: ALL THE FILMS OUT IN CINEMA THIS AUGUST (2013)

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- HERE ARE ALL THE TRAILERS FOR MOVIES OUT THIS AUGUST IN THE UK.

·  THE CONJURING (15) (IN CINEMA 2ND AUG)
·  ONLY GOD FORGIVES (18) (IN CINEMA 2ND AUG)
·  RED 2 (12A) (IN CINEMA 2ND AUG)
·  ALAN PARTRIDGE: APLHA PAPA (15) (IN CINEMA 7TH AUG)
·  PERCY JACKSON 2: SEA OF MONSTERS (3D) (PG) (IN CINEMA 7TH AUG)
·  GROWN UPS 2 (12A) (IN CINEMA 9TH AUG)
·  THE LONE RANGER (12A) (IN CINEMA 9TH AUG)
·  KICK-ASS 2 (15) (IN CINEMA 14TH AUG)
·  2 GUNS (15) (IN CINEMA 16TH AUG)
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·  AFTERSHOCK (18) (IN CINEMA 16TH AUG)
·  BACHELORETTE (15) (IN CINEMA 16TH AUG)
·  PLANES (3D) (U) (IN CINEMA 16TH AUG)
·  ELYSIUM (15) (IN CINEMA 21ST AUG)
·  THE MORAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES (12A) (IN CINEMA 21ST AUG)
·  LOVELACE (18) (IN CINEMA 23RD AUG)
·  WE'RE THE MILLERS (15) (IN CINEMA 23RD AUG)
·  THE WAY, WAY BACK (12A) (IN CINEMA 28TH AUG)
·  PAIN & GAIN (15) (IN CINEMA 30TH AUG)