‘The Musical Mind: A Portrait in Process’ examines the struggle of bringing art to life, and the neurological uniqueness of creatives.
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While sparks fly on the military front line, the fireworks fail on the homefront in this telling of Napoleon’s story, writes Russ Matthews.
Spectacle, memorable characters, bizarre visuals and a whole lot of heart. ‘The most uplifting show on streaming this year’ says reviewer.
Protaganist Josh finds his voice not in the dramatic world and the political arena as he comes to terms with his identity and heritage.
It takes plenty of license, but ‘The Journey to Bethlehem’ is great for those wanting to introduce friends and family to the Christmas story.
In this prequel we meet the infamous President Snow as a child and during the era that leads up to the creation of The Hunger Games.
“There’s a lot of darkness in the world and this movie is a bright light [that] shines a light on the ultimate bright light which is Christ.”
Things are awry in the universe as the indestructible Captain Marvel flies around in her Crocs with her cat Goose, in ‘The Marvels’.
Jonathan Roumie was captured walking the red carpet at a special screening at Europe’s biggest cinema where he received mixed reviews.