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By Alex Ostime On Thursday, March 5th, 2015
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Boyhood Review

Boyhood is a revolutionary film having been shot intermittently over 12 years depicting the adolescence of a boy growing up in America from the years 2002 to 2014. Directed by Richard Linklater, the film stars newcomer More...

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By Alex Ostime On Thursday, February 26th, 2015
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Birdman Review

With the 87th Academy Awards having taken place on Sunday evening, I thought I’d review the winner of the most prestigious category – Best Picture. Last year produced a plethora of utterly brilliant More...

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By Hannah Thompson On Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
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Mamma Mia! comes to the Empire Theatre: A Review.

  To say that Mamma Mia! was amazing would be to understate the sheer power and energy of this incredible show. Musicals are always fun, but this has got to be the best I have ever seen. I was expecting it More...

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By Joseph Hart On Thursday, January 29th, 2015
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TV Review: Cucumber, Banana and Tofu

Over the last couple of weeks you may have been slightly hypnotised by the vibrant and tongue-in-cheek adverts on Channel 4 and E4, unashamedly replete with phallic imagery, namely in the form of cucumbers, bananas More...

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By Sydney Cronin On Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
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Jamie T: Live at Liverpool Guild

When Jamie T returned to the live scene after a 4 year absence this summer it felt like more than just a relief to that occasional question of “Whatever happened to him?!”, juxtaposed next to a Youtube More...

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By Thomas Edwards On Friday, March 21st, 2014
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Her – Review

A modern, thought-provoking film of modern cinema, Her is the product of Jonze’s unique screenwriting and the wonderfully expressive voice acting of Scarlett Johansson. Spike Jonze’s latest film Her, focuses More...

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By Thomas Edwards On Thursday, October 31st, 2013
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Captain Phillips – review

Director Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips is another of his audacious attempts to bring controversial, real-life events to the masses through cinema, and once again, he has captured the tone nigh on perfectly. Complete More...

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By Emma McDermott On Thursday, September 5th, 2013
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Summercamp – a review

The first ever Summercamp Festival debuted at Liverpool’s trendy Camp and Furnace venue. Summercamp promised a weekend of food, music and cultural enlightenment for all ages. With a broad range of activities ranging More...

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By Jordan Dobbins On Thursday, August 15th, 2013
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Quatermaine’s Terms: West End Review

Any play which boasts a name such as Rowan Atkinson runs the risk of, firstly, attracting an audience unsuited to its true demographic and, secondly, pushing an actor unsuited to the role into an uncomfortable More...

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By Chris Worrall On Tuesday, August 13th, 2013
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Worrall’s Reel Review – Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013)

The transition from television to the big screen is not always an easy or successful one. For every In The Loop, there also (sadly) is a Keith Lemon: The Film.  With this film, therefore, you can understand a More...