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Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey: A Journey to the Highlands’

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I’ve seen the second ‘Downton Abbey’ Christmas Special called ‘A Journey to the Highlands’, which was shown on ITV1 back in December 2012. Except this Christmas Special doesn’t take place at Christmas time. It actually takes place on the 12th of August as we go to the Highlands of Scotland. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey’ (Series 3)

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I’ve seen Series 3 of ‘Downton Abbey’ on Blu-ray! I’m enjoying these ‘Downton Abbey’ seasons in the run-up to the upcoming film ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’, which is set for release in March 2022. I’m enjoying the progression of the characters in the TV series, both upstairs and downstairs. 🙂 Continue reading

Disney DVD Review – ‘Cinderella’ (2015)

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Back in January 2019, I reviewed the 1950 Disney film ‘Cinderella’. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts on the 2015 live-action remake of ‘Cinderella’, directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Lily James, Cate Blanchett, Richard Madden, Stellan Skarsgård, Holliday Grainger, Derek Jacobi and Helen Bonham Carter. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’

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And I have seen…‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’!

(laughs) So…yeah! Why? Why?! Simply, just why? Why was this movie made? Did it have to be made? There was no reason to. I mean, yes it’s supposed to celebrate 10 years of the first ‘Mamma Mia!’ movie. But did that justify for a sequel to get made here? Why was this movie made? Why? Just why?! Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Darkest Hour’

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Yesterday, I saw the latest well-praised movie about Winston Churchill called ‘Darkest Hour’. My parents and I heard good things about this movie, so we went along to see it. It was well worth watching at the cinema, since Gary Oldman delivers a brilliant performance as Mr. Winston Churchill. Continue reading