Thursday, 17 November 2016

'Arrival' Film Review



From the director of 'Prisoners', 'Enemy' and 'Sicario' comes the critically acclaimed sci-fi 'Arrival'. If we thought Villenneuve couldn't get any better, we were wrong.

12 mysterious spacecrafts land across the world, with each nation attempting to understand what they are, why they have come and what they want. 

'Arrival' tells the story of Dr. Louise Banks (Amy Adams), a linguistic expert, who is recruited by the government to communicate with the alien species. As tensions between the twelve countries mount, with China preparing for a military response, Dr. Banks makes a breakthrough that could change everything.

Monday, 14 November 2016

Disney 'Beauty and the Beast' Film Trailer Preview

The trailer for the highly anticipated Disney live action remake of 'Beauty and the Beast' has been released.



Starring Emma Thompson as Belle, the classic tale is beautifully reimagined, with luscious backdrops, costumes and what is yet to be revealed, the music. 

The film boasts an all star cast including Luke Evans, Dan Stevens, Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci and Ewan McGregor, and is likely to start the year well for Disney who has had the best year this year so far with hits such as 'Zootopia', 'Finding Dory' and 'Captain America: Civil War'.

The film will be released in March 2017. Check out the trailer below:



Full Trailer

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Birdy 'Ghost In the Wind'

Following the release of Sigma's new single Find Me, ft. Birdy, she now releases a new track for the upcoming soundtrack for 'The Edge of Seventeen'.



The song 'Ghost in the Wind' sees Birdy return to a stripped sound of piano and ghostly vocals, which really builds up to the chorus and feels truly cinematic. 

'The Edge of Seventeen' sees Hailee Steinfeld navigate the struggles of being a teenager; a quirky character who doesn't have many friends and ends up pushing the people closest to her away, and the song is inspired by this moment of wanting things to return back to normal.

Check out the song below:

Thursday, 3 November 2016

'Dr. Strange' Film Review


Marvel's latest project introduces the world to yet another superhero, Dr. Strange. Whilst it may seem like one too many, it soon becomes clear how he fits into the extended universe.

Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is a renowned surgeon who becomes paralysed in a fatal car crash, losing his ability to operate. Striving to regain control of his hands, he travels to Nepal in search of Kamar-Taj, a place rumoured to offer healing, only for him to discover much more lies within those walls.



Taught by The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), Stephen Strange begins to widen his horizons on what he knew about reality, and becomes engrossed in the world of sorcery, just in time as one of The Ancient One's former students Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) attempts to bring chaos from The Dark Dimension to engulf the world.

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