Category: Film Reviews

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Feel The Love

Article by Rory McCartney The 19th Lavazza ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL is looming up like an Alfa Romeo in the rear-view ...
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Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation

Review by John P Harvey Count Dracula (Adam Sandler), with help from his young (120-odd-year-old) daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez) and ...
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Border [Gräns] – Scandinavian Film Festival 2018 – Palace Cinemas

Review by John P Harvey Border is one of those unusual films that defy easy categorisation. It is in some ...
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[Film Review] The Incredibles 2 – Palace Cinemas

Review by John P Harvey The setup may seem familiar — superheroes, banned from performing hero work, unable to follow ...
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[Film Review] Back to Burgundy – Palace Cinemas

Review by Michele E Hawkins and John P Harvey  Back to Burgundy follows the unfolding relationship between a young man, ...
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[Film Review] Belle and Sebastian 3: Friends for Life – Palace Cinemas

Review by John P Harvey Friends for Life is the final instalment of a trilogy of feature films (originally a ...
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[Film Review] The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Palace Cinemas

Review by John P Harvey It’s little wonder that The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society was playing to ...
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[Film Review] The Bookshop

Review John P Harvey The Bookshop is a film very much about character and principle, and invokes that special sentiment ...
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Blue World Order

Global devastation by a new bacterium; its cure via a broadcast digital virus with hidden costs; a father’s quest to ...
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[Film Review] Avengers: Infinity War

Review by Andrew Myers This cinematic moment has been a decade in the making as the Avengers, both young, old ...