Were Judi Dench not so frustratingly exceptional in her second turn as the Queen of Britain and Empress of India, Victoria and Abdul might have just about gotten away with being a forgettable cinematic oddity. Unfortunately, for the film, Dench remains here impeachable as ever, effortlessly casting all that around her beneath the dustiest of shadows. Unable to come close to the talent it has secured, Victoria and Abdul is a great disappointment; a film with all of the potential but none of the ambition. It’s fine but that’s all.
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As fans of Stephen King’s classic novel ‘It’ well know, the new film only tells half of the story; but who could play Bill, Richie, Bev, Eddie, Ben, Stan and Mike twenty-seven years later? Here’s The Film Blog picks…
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It’s raining, kiddiwinks are singing and expectation is sky high; you could say floating. So far so typical in this second screen adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror It.
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He’s one of the world’s most famous artists and now he’s getting a rather splendidly designed biopic…
Spoilers may follow.
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It’s a bleak, cold and accessibly poetic prologue that opens Wind River. A girl is sprinting and staggering for her life across an arctic terrain, with little chance of survival, as verse is dispelled in musical narration. Here is a plot so evil that it is clear screenwriter-director Taylor Sheridan’s Hell in High Water has frozen over.
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The Frozen gang are back in Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, a 21 minute short featuring four brand new songs! There’s a trailer too!
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The director of the third, and final, chapter in the latest Star Wars trilogy, Colin Trevorrow, has stepped away from the film, Lucasfilm confirmed last night.
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