Carry On…Up the Khyber (1968). Riotous and rude addition to the long-running comedy series

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Film review Jason Day of Carry On…Up the Khyber, the sixteenth entry in the long-running British comedy series which sends up adventures such as those written by Rudyard Kipling. Starring Sid James and Kenneth Williams.


image four star rating very good lots to enjoy


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Mortal Engines (2018). Stunning visuals and performances in this Brexit-based fantasy

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Film review, by Jason Day, of Mortal Engines, the futuristic action adventure about warring, mobile city states. Starring Hera Hilmer and Hugo Weaving, co-written by Peter Jackson.

star rating 3 out of 5 worth watching


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Ben-Hur (1959). I gave this 5/5, so read my review for why this mighty epic is worth a look.


Film review by Jason Day of Ben-Hur, the Roman-era set epic about a Jewish Prince who is forced into slavery before becoming a champion chariot racer for his enemy. Starring Charlton Heston and Stephen Boyd, directed by William Wyler.


5stars Excellent genius a classic


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Star Trek Beyond (2016). A thrilling addition to the series, find out why in my review.


Film review by Jason Day of the latest Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond starring Chris Pine, Zachary Qunito and Idris Elba, directed by Justin Lin.

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Director: Justin Lin. Paramount/Bad Robot/Perfect Storm/Skydance/Sneaky Shark. (12a).

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4stars - Very good lots to enjoy

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