Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Adrift (2018) Film Review

Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ Based on a true story, Temi (Shailene Woodley) sail across the Pacific Ocean with his true love Richard (Sam Clafin) and get caught in the violent Hurricane Raymond in a lost-at-sea survival drama. Adrift lays out as an interlaced plot, changing between Temi and Richard lives, when they first met, when they… Continue reading Adrift (2018) Film Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

I Feel Pretty (2018)

Star Rating: ⭐   Amy Schumer's self-image comedy falls flat on its face  Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) is an insecure woman finding her place in a superficial world, she is a woman stuck in an unglamorous job and her insecurities and being made to feel inferior by other model looking women and every male she… Continue reading I Feel Pretty (2018)

Changing Places Reviews

Changing Places – Warner Brothers Studio Tour London

Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter already has great disability awareness and access around the entire tour and it is made further steps including securing a 'Changing Places' facility to ensure that anyone with any type of disability can use the toilet when they are in need of it. The… Continue reading Changing Places – Warner Brothers Studio Tour London

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Ocean’s 8 (2018) Film Review

Serious girl power and strong direction but the story falls short Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock) forms a team of a top-notch group to help her pull off the crime of the century. Ocean's team includes comprises Ocean’s partner (Cate Blanchett), a has-been, tax-evading fashion designer (Helena Bonham Carter), a diamond expert (Mindy Kaling), stoner-hacker “Nine… Continue reading Ocean’s 8 (2018) Film Review

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Christopher Robin (2018) Film Review

Star Rating: ⭐⭐ 'Christopher Robin’ is a cute little children's film.  The story follows Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) in his adult life, now a husband, a father who was a first world war veteran and now, a straitlaced efficiency manager for Winslow Luggage. He lives their scolded by his wife Evelyn (Hayley Atwell) and daughter Madeline… Continue reading Christopher Robin (2018) Film Review

Reviews, Theatre

Beauty & The Beast – Theatre Review

Star Rating    We all know the traditional story of Beauty & The Beast… An arrogant prince is cursed to live as a terrifying beast, he captures an unwary clockmaker and locks him up for trespassing in the castle, but then his bold and beautiful daughter Belle takes his place. Leaving her whole life behind,… Continue reading Beauty & The Beast – Theatre Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) Film Review

Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The traditional board game takes a technological re-vamp with this new adaptation of Jumanji. Some may remember Tristar’s classic Jumanji (1995) starring Robin Williams. As opposed to the original film, where the game was played out in our world, in Welcome To The Jungle (2017), we are taken to Jumanji where the… Continue reading Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) Film Review

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Love, Simon (2018) Film Review

Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ A heart-warming gay romance in a coming of age tale. Simon (Nick Robinson) havers the secret of his sexuality from his family, closest friends and classroom as he goes through his teenage years and school life. After discovering that there is another gay person in his school, he calls himself Blue, Simon… Continue reading Love, Simon (2018) Film Review

Disability, My Life

How my disability created friendships — Rock For Disability

A few weeks ago I shared a post with the pros and cons of living with my disability. The first and most important positive thing I mentioned was the friendships I’ve made over the years: “Getting to make lifelong friends through school, theatre groups and (The occasional brilliant) carers.“ There are in fact five particular…… via… Continue reading How my disability created friendships — Rock For Disability

Entertainment, Reviews, Theatre

Harry Potter & The Cursed Child Part One & Two – Theatre Review

Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Mind-blowingly awesome! A true masterpiece. Unfortunately, everyone who goes to see the play can't reveal the content of Harry Potter & The Cursed Child Part One & Two or the techniques, which are done to bring the play to life; we are band by J K Rowling herself. I can say this… Continue reading Harry Potter & The Cursed Child Part One & Two – Theatre Review