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FILM REVIEW: Mindhorn @ Tyneside Cinema

ON 16.05.2017

Out Now. For more Tyneside Cinema listings, click here. Review by Adam Turnbull. The film Mindhorn is a funny and surreal film starring Julian Barratt of The Mighty Boosh fame, who is at his oddly comic best playing Richard Thorncroft. Thorncroft is a washed-up 70s actor trying vainly to regain his glory days of playing the patch-wearing detective… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: Mad Max: Fury Road (Black & Chrome Edition) @ Tyneside Cinema

ON 10.05.2017

30th April. Directed by George Miller. Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne. For more Tyneside Cinema listings, click here. Review by Josh Teggert. Let me begin by quoting Director George Miller commenting on this release: “Losing some of the information of colour makes it somehow more iconic.” Nearly 2 years ago to… View Article

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