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Inside Out – Review

Inside Out – Review

Directors: Pete Docter, Ronaldo Del Carmen - Voices: Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Kaitlyn Dias, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Phyllis Smith, Dave Goelz, Diane Lane, Flea, Frank Oz, John Ratzenberger, Josh Cooley, Kyle MacLachlan, Paula Pell, Rashida Jones, Richard Kind... Read On

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Hugo

Hugo – Review

In 1930s Paris, young orphan Hugo (Asa Butterfield) secretly lives in a hidden room at Montparnasse station, winding the clocks by day and using his horologist skills by night to try to fix an aut... Read On

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Secretariat

Secretariat – Review

Penny Chenery (Diane Lane), the daughter of a horse-breeder Chris Chenery (Scot Glen), is a housewife, living with her lawyer husband, Jack Tweeny (Dylan Walsh) and her 4 children. When her mother... Read On

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Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3 – Review

Andy’s toys have been confined to a chest in the corner of his bedroom for years. They’re frustrated that since he’s reached his teens, they’ve hardly been played with – nothing could be worse for... Read On

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Shrek Forever After

Shrek Forever After – Review

Big green Shrek (Mike Myers) is growing tired of living happily ever after in a land far away. Being a family man, with his equally big and green Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) and their three bab... Read On

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Nativity!

Nativity! – Review

Back in the day, Paul (Freeman), his girlfriend Jennifer (Jensen) and their best friend Gordon (Watkins) were big shots on the Am-Dram scene, all hopeful of making it as actors. Some years on, Paul ... Read On

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Up

Up – Review

As a young boy, Carl Fredricksen (Leary) saw himself as a bit of an adventurer, looking up to his hero Charles Muntz (Plummer) who disappeared in a cloud of controversy when one of his great discove... Read On

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Notorious, 1946

Notorious, 1946 – Review

Just after the Second World War, a Nazi is sentenced by an American court for treachery. The intelligence services decide that his playgirl daughter Alicia (Bergman) could be useful to them, to find... Read On

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Dean Spanley

Dean Spanley – Review

In Edwardian England, Fisk Junior (Northam) dutifully visits his cantankerous father Fisk Senior (O’Toole) every Thursday, like clock-work. Duty is all that’s there – no love – no interests in commo... Read On

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Meet The Robinsons – Review

12 year old orphan Lewis, has had abandonment issues, ever since his mother dumped him as a baby on the front doorstep of an orphanage. He has had 124 interviews with would-be parents but has been r... Read On

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