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Downsizing – Film Club Review

downsizing-bannerWhen offered the chance to shrink yourself and increase your wealth, would you take it? Matt Damon would, in Downsizing, a film about being faced with trying to find yourself when you’re 5-inches tall.

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May New Releases

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There are some excellent titles to look forward to in May… Oscar winners, musical wonders and heart-warming true stories, this month has it all and more!

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The Disaster Artist – Film Club Review

thedisasterartistIf you haven’t seen The Room you’ve probably at least heard about how bad it is and maybe even know a quote or two. But now James Franco brings us the story behind one of the worst films of all time and how it became the cult classic it is today.

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer – Film Club Review

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From the director of The Lobster comes this new psychological horror/drama. Based on an ancient Greek play The Killing of a Sacred Deer explores the idea of being faced with the consequences of a mistake you’re not willing to admit to and a decision that you ultimately must make…

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April New Releases

April New Releases

Now that the weather is getting cooler it’s the perfect time to snuggle up with a cup of tea and a great film! Let’s take a look at what we have to look forward to in April…

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