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Sing

The people who brought you the Despicable Me franchise are back with their latest movie ‘Sing’ and once again it’s great. One thing they do well is balance the humour for children and adults alike but this time they have … Continue reading

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The Jungle Book

As far as Disney films go ‘Jungle Book’ is one of the classics, the characters so familiar and the songs so catchy (I bet at one time or another every one of you has belted out a drunken Bear Necessities) … Continue reading

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Anomalisa

Anomalisa is another trip into the fabulously wonderful mind of Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine, Being John Malkovich) and while he doesn’t always hit (Synecdoche New York) you can’t say his work isn’t interesting. Anomalisa is one of those films that … Continue reading

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Monsters University

Pixar studios has had a pretty good run, with perhaps the exception of the slightly flat ‘Cars’, they have maintained a high standard and produced some of the best children’s films around. This is mainly due to the clever scripts … Continue reading

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Wreck-it Ralph

Wreck-it Ralph is one of those films aimed at kids but loaded with stuff for grown-ups. Whether a parent with fond memories or a geek who loves all things video games there really is something here for everyone. The story … Continue reading

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Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted

With so many animated films out there vying for attention it’s easy to accidently miss the odd cracker, some rely too much on gimmickry of 3D and forget that at its heart the film still needs a good story. So … Continue reading

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