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FEATURE: Five Films Everyone Should See Before They Die

ON 21.03.2018

By Eleanor Ovens 1) The Shawshank Redemption Rated second on IMDB’s list of ‘Top 100 Greatest Movies of All time’ and a universal film favourite, The Shawshank Redemption delivers everything it promises. Set within the walls of the fictional Shawshank Prison in the 1950’s, the film follows alleged murderer Andy Dufrane and his group of… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: Lady Bird @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

ON 07.03.2018

Lady Bird is screening now at Tyneside Cinema Review by Charlotte Boulton The film neatly appropriates the coming-of-age genre, following Christine ‘Lady Bird’ McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) through her senior year in a Catholic school in Sacramento. Set in 2002, the film still resonates with youth of today through its perfect capture of teenage life: the… View Article

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FEATURE: Five Films Everyone Should See Before They Die

FILM REVIEW: Lady Bird @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

FILM REVIEW: The Shape of Water @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

FILM REVIEW: Phantom Thread @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

Ten Romantic Films

FILM REVIEW: Darkest Hour @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

FILM REVIEW: All the Money in the World

FILM REVIEW: The Post @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Molly’s Game @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle


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