Mary Poppins Returns (2018). It’ll take more than a spoonful of sugar to swallow this sequel.

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Film review, by Jason Day, of Mary Poppins Returns, the sequel to the 1965 film about a magical Nanny who transforms the lives of a family. Starring Emily Blunt.

Musical

star rating 3 out of 5 worth watching
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Incredibles 2 (2018). Film review about the long-awaited sequel to the 2004 animated hit

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Film review, by Nadine Shambrook, of Incredibles 2 about the further adventures of the nuclear superhero family who are called out of retirement to help with the PR of heroes mistrusted by the public.

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image four star rating very good lots to enjoy

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Beauty and the Beast (2017). Film review: 4/5 for this Disney fairytale musical

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Film review by Jason Day of Beauty and the Beast, Disney’s live action remake of the animated hit from 1991, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.

Musical

4 star rating very good lots to enjoy

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Moana (2016). 4/5 stars for this colourful and fun Disney/Pixar tale. Read this review for why.

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Film review by Jason Day of Moana, the Disney animation about a headstrong young girl in ancient Polynesia who enlists the help of a demigod to help save her community. With the voices of Dwayne Johnson and Auli’i Cravalho.

Animation

4stars - Very good lots to enjoy

 

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Finding Dory (2016). Read my review for why this Pixar film wasn’t ‘anyfin’ special.

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Film review by Jason Day of the Disney/Pixar animated film about a fish called Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres) attempting to find her long lost family, with the help of assorted marine life in this sequel to Finding Nemo.

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Director: Andrew Stanton. 102mins. Disney/Pixar. (U).

2stars - Fair/passes the time

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New films out in the UK on Friday 15 July 2016…use this list to plan what you want to see.

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A list of the new films being released across the UK, from Friday 15 July 2016. The big release is Ice Age: Collision Course (3D). Use the Find Any Film website for details of which cinema nearest to you will show these movies.

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Ice Age: Collision Course (3D)

The big release of the week is the fifth cinematically released installment in the 20th Century Fox/Blue Sky series of animated films about a disparate group of animals during the last Ice Age and their comic journeys through the Earth’s ever shifting climate. In this film, Scrat happens upon a frozen UFO, jump starts it and smashes into the moon, accidentally causing a huge meteor to hurtle toward the planet. The race is on to stop it.

Check out the official website for the trailer, games etc. It will be showing all over the UK so expect a mega-hit.

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