Year: 2016

Disney’s Moana – Film Review (No Spoilers)

  Disney’s Moana – A girl who loves her island Disney’s Moana is the 56th feature from the guys at Walt Disney Animation studios. It’s a story inspired by the folk tales, myths and fables of the islands and people of Oceania. An area filmmakers visited on many occasions during conception, and all the way through the production of the movie. The Girl who loves the sea We meet Moana, voiced by Auli’i Cravalho, at a very young age listening to the stories of Gramma Tala. Learning the ways of her island and the people that live there. They are simple people...

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Doctor Strange Review (No Spoilers)

It’s Marvel time again! Doctor Strange review I’m writing this Doctor Strange review because yesterday I attended the UK Premiere at the Odeon in Leicester Sq. As with any Marvel film premiere its was a well attended screening with critics, bloggers, and entertainment professionals. All eager to find out about the latest character to be introduced to the Marvel Universe. I admit, I don’t know much about the character but I don’t think I’m alone in this. He’s definitely one of the lesser known superheros. And that’s exactly why we are getting an origins film. Which fortunately on this occasion...

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Film Review

Did someone say Peculiar Children? Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the latest film by odd ball director Tim Burton. The man who brought us Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory(2005), and Alice in Wonderland(2010). He has not given us much to shout about over the last 4 years. Frankenweenie being the last thing I was interested in seeing. Could this be the film to remind us of his talents and introduce this imaginative visionary to a new young generation? Story This film is based on the novel by Ransom Riggs. I have not read the book so...

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Ms. A Song Cycle – Review

Ms. is a song cycle inspired by women living with Multiple Sclerosis, Creator Rory Sherman has a close connection to the debilitating condition and was inspired by something his mother (who has MS) had told him. From there he started to write a couple of songs, he then decided to to create an album gathering together 14 west end leading ladies and an eclectic mix of composers and lyricists to create this one of a kind album. what started as such a small idea has become something extraordinary. It is a non profit  creation in which  all involved have...

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Beyonce Lemonade Album Review

Beyonce is Back Last week the new Beyonce Lemonade album, was released and in true style the Beyhive went into overdrive. There was so much chatter online, I thought i’d wait and make up my mind before writing this review.  A different type of concept album There are 2 ways to digest this album, visually and audibly. I found myself feeling different after each. Just as with her last album ‘BEYONCÉ’ every track has video that accompanies it. The difference this time is that Lemonade has a through vein which addresses the trails and tribulations that Queen B, may...

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