The Alphabet Movie Meme Challenge

It is almost impossible for me to get any trips to the cinema in during the festive period, the holidays being taken up not only by Christmas but also by my birthday and New Year celebrations. Therefore I have nothing to review for you this week, but instead decided to complete the ‘Alphabet Movie Meme…

Top Ten: Films Of 2013

Here it is, the annual post in which all of my readers determine that I know absolutely nothing about film and tear my choices for the ten best of the year in to pieces. I like what I like, and here be the choices, including some of those inbetweener films at the start of the…

The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (2013)

So here we are again, the end of the year and another journey, this time not so unexpected, to Middle Earth and the trials and tribulations of Bilbo Baggins and Thorin Oakenshield’s band of ¬†dwarves on their campaign towards the Kingdom of Erebor to confront menacing dragon Smaug. I would go in to further detail…

Frozen (2013)

This years festive offering from that small animation studio called Disney comes in the form of Frozen, a classic feeling fairytale with a modern twist. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s ‘The Snow Queen’, the film tells the story of the distant relationship between two royal sisters that is created when a tragic accident occurs at…

Top Ten: Christmas Movies

With only two weeks to go until the big day, I thought I’d throw my two cents in to the gigantic internet bucket full of articles exclaiming which of the endless reels of Christmas themed films are the best. I’ll admit that around the holidays I tend to watch the familiar comforts of The Sound…

Saving Mr. Banks (2013)

I’ll begin this review by saying that Mary Poppins is, and always will be, my favourite Disney film of all time, quite possibly my favourite film full stop. For as long as I can remember the poster for the movie has been a fixture on my bedroom wall, and I will challenge anyone to a…

Mini Reviews #6

What I have been watching over the last seven days: Pretty In Pink (1986) Director: John Hughes Starring: Molly Ringwald, Harry Dean Stanton, Jon Cryer A classic coming of age tale filled to the brim with eighties pop culture. Eighteen year old Andie faces a complicated love triangle between an old devoted friend and a…