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‘Lion’ Film Review

One of the greatest films I have seen in years, the gorgeous and captivating tale of finding your way back home, Dev Patel stars as the Indian orphan Saroo, who uses Google Earth to find his way back to the family he lost at the age of five. Based on a true story, Lion begins… Continue reading ‘Lion’ Film Review

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Nashville In Concert Review

On a rainy Monday night in Manchester, the stars of the hit American TV show Nashville brought sunshine as they graced the stage to sing. The spotlight shone on the stage as Chris Carmack (Will Lexington) kicked off the show with 'What If I Was Willing.' The atmosphere in the beautiful Bridgewater Hall was electric,… Continue reading Nashville In Concert Review

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‘Wild’ Film Review

A inspirational montage of hallucinations, beauty and heart. Wild captures the struggle of addiction, grief and loneliness and still manages to uplift, reminding you that no matter what happens, you have to keep moving forward, one foot at a time. Based on Cheryl Strayed's best selling memoir Wild: A Journey From Lost To Found, Wild… Continue reading ‘Wild’ Film Review

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‘Love, Rosie’ Film Review

Critics are calling Love, Rosie a mediocre Rom Com with no depth or originality but after watching it, I have to disagree. Love, Rosie is so much more than what it appears, if you look deeper into the story, it will definitely steal your heart.  An adaptation of Cecilia Ahern's epistolary novel Where Rainbow's End, the film focuses on… Continue reading ‘Love, Rosie’ Film Review

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True Blood Season 7 Episode 10 ‘Thank You’ Finale Review

Above: The people of Bon Temps raise a glass to an easy life and a happy ending. The last drop of blood has been tasted as the curtain falls on the last True Blood episode.  The fans had high expectations of the finale season and even higher hopes for the finale episode titled Thank You.… Continue reading True Blood Season 7 Episode 10 ‘Thank You’ Finale Review

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‘Lucy’ Film Review

Lucy is a heart-pounding action packed thriller with eccentric possibilities.  Luc Besson's latest film Lucy has been compared to Limitless, a previous film starring Bradley Cooper but the thriller explores further fictional realms. The plot begins with the main character Lucy played by Scarlett Johansson, a student living in Taiwan. Her latest boyfriend Richard tricks… Continue reading ‘Lucy’ Film Review

Book Reviews

‘The Naughty Girls Book Club’ By Sophie Hart Book Review

I have never warmed to erotic fiction and I definitely didn't join in with the fifty shades of grey phenomenon so when I heard that The Naughty Girls Book Club was put in that category, I almost didn't read it. However, I gave it a chance and it's proof that you shouldn't judge a book… Continue reading ‘The Naughty Girls Book Club’ By Sophie Hart Book Review

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Orange Is The New Black TV Review

A beautifully plotted TV series with heart wrenching moments of truth. Orange Is The New Black is the latest TV craze to spark controversy and gain instant fans. This comedy drama set in a prison was everything I wanted it to be and more. The writing, first of all is absolutely brilliant in this show.… Continue reading Orange Is The New Black TV Review

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The Fault In Our Stars Film Review

The Fault In Our Stars is the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster, an intelligent and witty teenager living with terminal cancer. Her parents encourage her to attend a cancer support group and it is there that she meets to love of her life Augustus Waters. Hazel and Augustus embark on an ambitious journey to grant… Continue reading The Fault In Our Stars Film Review

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Film Review

Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is back with the second adaptation of The Hunger Games Trilogy. Catching Fire is a wonderful addition to the first film and it has definitely stayed true to the book and true to the characters that the readers created in their minds when reading the series. I am always sceptical when I… Continue reading The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Film Review