Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Like a Boss (2020) Film Review

★★★ Mel (Rose Byrne) and Mia (Tiffany Haddish) have been friends since childhood and own a make-up company together. Unfortunately, while their friendship is still as strong as ever their finances aren’t with the company almost half a million in debt. Beauty guru and millionaire Claire Luna (Salma Hayek) sees potential in their company and… Continue reading Like a Boss (2020) Film Review

Reviews, Theatre

The Girl On The Train – Theatre Review

★ Based on the novel by Paula Hawkins, Birmingham's Alexandra Theatre put on a performance of 'The Girl On The Train’ tells the story of Rachel Watson (played by Samantha Womack) who catches daily glimpses of life from her commutes on the train as she travels to London for work. After becoming an alcoholic and losing her job, Watson continues to… Continue reading The Girl On The Train – Theatre Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

The Hustle (2019) Film Review

★ 'The Hustle' sees two scam-artists from two opposite backgrounds as Penny (Rebel Wilson) and Josephine (Anne Hathaway) join forces to take down the men who ever have wronged them, having comedic consequences. Josephine is not sure about partnering up with Penny at first, but with persuasion, she takes Penny on as her under compensated apprentice. Together they con… Continue reading The Hustle (2019) Film Review

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Disney’s Pirates of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017) Film Review

"Wait Five! They did five?!" you say. Yes they did. The reckless, lucky and somewhat daft pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), has featured in five Pirates of The Caribbean. And they all rate a little differently, so before I start on the fifth one, let me give you a brief review on the other… Continue reading Disney’s Pirates of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017) Film Review

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Abominable (2019) Film Review

Star Rating: ⭐ DreamWorks Animation comes to our screens to tell the story of a yeti who is hunted while trying to escape back home to his family and safety. While in hiding he meets teenager Yi (voiced by Chloe Bennet) and her friends Jinn (voiced by Tenzing Norgay Trainor) and Peng (voiced by Albert… Continue reading Abominable (2019) Film Review