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‘The Railway Children’ Movies

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Let’s talk about ‘The Railway Children’! I first became aware of E. Nesbit’s children’s story through the 2000 TV film, featuring Jenny Agutter as the mother and Jemima Rooper as Bobbie. Lately, I’ve checked out ‘The Railway Children’ films – the 1970 film and the 2022 sequel, both made for cinema. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’

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Over Christmas 2021, my parents and I became aware of a film called ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society’ which was shown on TV one Sunday before the festive day. We had planned on seeing the film, but because Christmas is a busy time of the year, we didn’t get that chance to see it. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘Dad’s Army’ (2016)

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At long last, I get to revisit the ‘Dad’s Army’ 2016 movie I saw at the cinemas back in February 2016! Is it better than I remember it? Do the good points outweigh the bad points in this film? Well, that’s what I hope to find out as I share with you what I believe is good and bad about this ‘Dad’s Army’ movie. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘The Aeronauts’

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I’ve seen the film ‘The Aeronauts’ starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne at the cinema. This was my Dad’s birthday present film for 2019. He greatly enjoyed it! I greatly enjoyed it too! So did my Mum! It was worth going to see and it felt like a proper adventure film inspired by true events in 1862. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Dad’s Army’ (2016 film)

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I’ve had a great time at the cinema seeing the new ‘Dad’s Army’ film! I enjoyed seeing this take on my favourite BBC TV sitcom series. It’s different and it’s not as good as the BBC TV series. But it was worth the entertainment and there were some funny moments to enjoy from the cast in this film. Continue reading