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FILM REVIEW: Darkest Hour @ Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

ON 09.02.2018

12-25th January, 2018 Review by Eleanor Ovens  In this impeccably acted and historically authentic war biopic from acclaimed British director Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice), audiences are unwittingly catapulted into May 1940 during Churchill’s uncertain first few weeks as prime minister. The film, aptly named Darkest Hour, concentrates exclusively on the Dunkirk rescue mission… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: All the Money in the World

ON 06.02.2018

Review by Josh Teggert  When John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) is kidnapped in Rome, his desperate mother Gail Harris (Michelle Williams) attempts to convince the boy’s grandfather, J. Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer), to pay the ransom. His obstinate refusal leads to a string of events that continually get more frantic and violent. I want to… View Article

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