Cinema

May 9, 2013 3D,Cinema,Movie Review no responses

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness (3D)

Star Trek Into Darkness follows the highly successful Star Trek (2009) which created a new Star Trek timeline. This film follows the story of Khan, a genetically engineered superhuman created 300 years before the film is set. Anyone who has seen the original films will know of Khan who was […]

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August 8, 2012 3D,Animation,Cinema,Ice Age,Movie Review no responses

Movie Review: Ice Age 4: Continental Drift (3D)

“Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another adventure after their continent is set adrift. Using an iceberg as a ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as they explore a new world.” Ice Age 4 was an excellent continuation of the Ice Age series and included all the expected […]

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Movie Review: Chernobyl Diaries

Chernobyl Diaries follows a group of travellers who decide to go on a extreme adventure tour of the abandoned city of Pripyat, next to the disaster site of the Chernobyl reactor site. Things start to go wrong from the start when they are refused entry to the city for an […]

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July 4, 2012 3D,Cinema,Marvel,Movie Review,Spider-Man no responses

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (3D)

After the old Spider-Man series feeling over-used by the time Spider-Man3 came out, it was refreshing to see Marvel taking the helms over their own franchise and giving it the Marvelesque feel of their other recent films. The Amazing Spider-Man hits all the right notes and felt like it blended […]

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Movie Review: The Five Year Engagement

We went into this film with some reassurance from the lady in the foyer: “It’s alright lads, there’s good stuff for men in it too.” And how right she was, it’s great to see the traditional RomCom or Chick Flick evolving into a position where there is stuff for even […]

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June 24, 2012 3D,Cinema,Movie Review no responses

Movie Review: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (3D)

We were very fortunate to get into a two-day early première screening of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter at the Plaza Dorchester. It was surprisingly very quiet at such an early screening, however it was not well advertised or expected before general release. I hope for the cinema’s sake that the usual première times on […]

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June 14, 2012 Cinema,Snow White no responses

Movie Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

There have been two film adaptations of the “Snow White” story this year, first the more family oriented “Mirror Mirror” and now the more dark and gritty Snow White and the Huntsman. To choose Kristen Stewart as the lead Snow White was a risky choice considering the typecasting implications created cheap personal loan uk by the love-it-or-hate-it […]

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Movie Review: Prometheus (3D)

To see I was extremely looking forward to seeing Prometheus would be an understatement – this is a film that I have anticipated since first seeing Alien and Aliens (slightly Alien3 and lets not talk about Resurrection!). Ridley Scott has taken the step to re-enter the universe he created in Alien with […]

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Movie Review: Men In Black 3 (3D)

In this season of franchise restarts and nostalgia churning there has been a lot of buzz put on Men in Black 3 – many people questioned whether the light-hearted sci-fi/comedy blend would still work after a decades hiatus. I have to start this review by saying that Josh Brolins portrayal of the […]

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Movie Review: Dark Shadows

I will admit that I entered the cinema with slight hesitation after reading the Dorchester Plaza’s own review of Dark Shadows – we were tied between seeing a new film or going to see Avengers for the second time! As many people know and would expect from Tim Burton, this […]

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Alex Halliday