Year: 2015

Marvel’s Avengers – Age of Ultron

Its been a 3 year wait for the 2nd instalment of the Marvel Avengers films, but that wait is finally over. Marvel’s Avengers – Age of Ultron is released on Thursday and a legion of comic book fans are about to go into a frenzy. I was lucky enough to attend a press screening with an introduction from director Joss Whedon and I’m still a bit dazed to be honest(don’t worry there are no spoilers here). From the moment the film starts we are plunged into the action and our favourite heroes are doing what they do best, with...

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Frozen Fever – Ana’s Birthday

Last week I was lucky enough to go to a screening of Disney’s Cinderella. This meant that I got to see Frozen Fever, the new short from Disney Animation Studios. With Frozen 2 having just been announced and the public a little tired of “letting it go” I was interested to see how I would feel about Frozen Fever and how a crowded cinema would react. Now its easier to please an audience watching a short because you have less time to lose their attention, but it also means there is less time to tell a new story, remind...

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Nicki Minaj – The Pinkprint – Album Review

The Pinkprint is Nicki Minaj’s 3rd album and it opens with quite a subdued feeling. ‘All things go’ is the opener and the melancholic story telling continues along the same vein into the excellent ‘I Lied’ and ‘The Crying Game’. Nicki seems to have some feelings she needs to get of her chest, and this is the first time I’ve heard her go a little deeper, emotionally. Don’t get me wrong though, there are 22 tracks(yeah that’s right you get your money’s worth) and it’s no Sam Smith tear jerker. If you are looking for her to spit some of...

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Theory of Everything – Stephen Hawkings

  Whether you are avid fan of Hawkings, or know nothing about him (other than he uses that iconic computer voice to communicate), The Theory of Everything definitely has something to say about the life of arguably, one of the most recognised scientists of our time. If you are expecting a film about complex mathematical theories, and hoping for a deeper understanding of Hawkings ground breaking work, then you are looking in the wrong place. This film is about the most human, intriguing, everday subject in the world, the relationship between a man and a woman. Don’t get me...

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