Tag Archives: cinema

Review: The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part 2

Self-confessed Hunger Games fanatic and Deputy Lifestyle Editor Becky Lancashire reviews Mockingjay: Part 2.

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re:View – Only God Forgives

Only God Forgives, which is a good job as Drive fans may never forgive Director Nicholas Winding Refn for this beautiful disaster.

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The Ritz cinema prepares to rise once again

The Ritz Cinema looks set to open its doors once again. James Edward Hicks finds out more.

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Review: ‘Lincoln’

Starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” has been nominated for a range of awards. Rebecca Clayton went to see it.

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Ritz cinema opens its doors for art exhibition

An art exhibition is being held in Lincoln as part of Off The Bench’s cinema revival project. David Wriglesworth caught up with them.

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‘Les Miserables’ review

“Les Miserables” has been adapted for the big screen featuring an all-star cast, but how does it compare to the musical? Åsmund Løvdal went to see it.

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‘Gangster Squad’ – a modern homage to a classic genre

“Gangster Squad” pays homage to the classic gangster genre, but does the 1940s style still work in modern cinema? Emma-Louise Kinnaird went to see the film.

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‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ – a massacre of the franchise

“Texas Chainsaw 3D” is the follow-up to the cult horror classic “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, but does the latest instalment live up to the name of its predecessors? Thomas Mills went to find out.

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3D films – are they really worth the extra money?

3D films have the premise of making our cinematic viewing more involving, and giving us the wow factor. But is it really the future of all films, or is it just a fad?

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Film review: ‘Apollo 18’ fails to launch

Apollo 18 has landed in cinemas but is it worth the wait? David Wriglesworth went along to find out.

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