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Movie Trailer Review – ‘No Time To Die’

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It’s time to talk about a James Bond movie that was meant to come out at cinemas in April 2020, but has sadly been rescheduled to November instead due to the Covid-19 crisis – please keep safe. I’m of course talking about ‘No Time to Die’. I hope I’ll see the movie soon. It seems to be pretty exciting. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’

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During these unprecedented times – please keep safe – my parents and I have recently found another opportunity to catch up with watching something that we never got to see at the cinema. We saw ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ as a download for rent on our home computer. 🙂 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

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I’ve recently seen the film ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ at the cinema with my parents and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Beforehand, I’d seen the original 1964 film of ‘Mary Poppins’ starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke on Christmas Eve via BBC One. I’m glad I saw that before watching this special movie! Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Paddington 2’

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Back in December 2015, I had the movie ‘Paddington’ on DVD for Christmas from my parents! I enjoyed that lovely children’s film about a polite little bear so much that I hoped there would be a sequel on the way! Thankfully there was and I’ve now seen it! ‘Paddington 2’ was worth waiting for! Continue reading

Quick DVD review – ‘Paddington’

Paddington

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I also had this DVD for Christmas 2015!

‘Paddington’ is a brilliantly delightful movie featuring the famous little bear found on Paddington Station in London. I remember watching Paddington Bear in his own children’s TV show when I was a kid. Now I’ve seen the movie, I can safely say this has been a very pleasing movie to see for all ages! Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Suffragette’

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I’ve been to see the film ‘Suffragette’ at the cinema, starring Carey Mulligan; Helen Bonham Carter and Meryl Streep. This is a historical drama film about the women’s rights movement in 1912 involving the Suffragettes. Watching the film has been an interesting and very moving experience. Continue reading