Beauty and the Beast

by Jessica Keynes

Now I’m older and have seen far too many movies, it was hard for me to let go of the idea that this story was about a woman who was essentially being held a prisoner, despite being allowed to go outside and wonder the castle alone. However for the sake of Disney and my childhood I […]

A Dog’s Purpose

by Jonathan Hunwick

Most movies about dogs finish with the dog dying at the end: it’s a very sad affair and you cry. This movie? This movie does it four times over. Released January 27th, Lasse Haelström’s A Dog’s Purpose is a two-hour film starring Josh Gad as his soul lives the lives of five different dog breeds […]

Moana

by Jess Boswell

Moana is the chief tribes daughter, and next in line to lead the tribe. The sea is her true calling ever since she was a child, she has been drawn to the great blue. Her grandmother teaches her the ancient truths of her ancestors and their travels across the ocean. Against the wishes of her father, Moana strives to follow […]

Florence Foster Jenkins

by Jess Boswell

Florence Takes Centre Stage in a Shining Performance Embodying the True Spirit of Music Not shy from life on the stage, Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) becomes inspired to pursue the desire of urging her performances further through the exhilaration of opera singing. Always graced with a passion for music and along with her devoted husband […]

The Jungle Book

by Jess Boswell

The only life young man-cub Mowgli knows is life in the jungle. Growing up in a wolf pack family, all he knows is the way of the wild. But when the fierce tiger Shere Khan sends threats towards the youngster, he’s left with no choice but to run. Guided by Bagheera, his life-long panther protector, […]