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Mystic Pizza (1988) Review

Three teenage girls Kat, Daisy and Jojo come of age in this story whilst working in a pizza parlour. Each having to deal with love and loss whilst trying to work out which direction their life is going in. This is such a typical late 80s/early 90s ro...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jun 5, 2016

Rear Window (1954) Review

A truly intense thriller as Jeff a photographer is confined in his apartment in a wheelchair due to a broken leg, he passes the time by spying on the people who live across from him … It would only be a matter of time before he would start to s...
by Lets Go To The Movies on May 24, 2016

Full House (TV Series) Review

I fall into that Netflix binge watching of TV series every now and then, that was exactly the same with Full House. Something I had heard a lot about over the years (launching the Olsen twins career) but strangely I had never actually watched it befo...
by Lets Go To The Movies on May 14, 2016

Grease Live! (2016) Review

This was broadcast live at the start of the year in the US. Quite possibly one of the most well known musicals? The in-thing in recent years has been for TV to have a musical on live, this is the second one the US has done after The Sound of Music. T...
by Lets Go To The Movies on May 2, 2016

A fun afternoon watching Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday with #StreamTeam

The weather over the Easter holidays wasn’t very good here in the UK. We spent a fair amount of time indoors and I must admit I started to find it a bit challenging finding things… View Full Post The post A fun afternoon watching Pee-Wee&...
by Being a Mummy on Apr 24, 2016

How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)

Yes, I have had another obsession via Netflix when it comes to a TV Series. I know it has been a while since the whole Gossip Girl binge but at least this one was a little bit different as I had seen a couple of the episodes randomly and not in any p...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 17, 2016

The Help (2011) Review

During the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s aspiring writer Skeeter Phelan decides to write a book on the experiences of black women working as maids in Mississippi. In the process of doing this she risks losing all of her friends and family. We ar...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 16, 2016

The Best of Me (2014) Review

Dawson and Amanda were high school sweethearts, but something tore them apart . . . It takes pretty much three-quarters of the film to find out what exactly happened to see them end up going there separate ways. It builds up in a few different ways,...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Aug 21, 2015

The Rewrite (2014) Review

Keith Michaels is an Oscar-winning screenwriter, but when he hits a slump and struggles to get a job he finds himself moving from LA to the East Coast to teach at a College. Now you may wonder why I decided to watch a Hugh Grant film that had the pot...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Aug 21, 2015

I Am Number Four (2011) Review

John appears to be an ordinary teenager just hanging out with his friends, being popular and involved in all of the sports at school. But we are shown that he is certainly not normal at all, and in fact from another planet an alien. His guardian acts...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jul 26, 2015

Irma la Douce (1963) Review

In Paris a policeman Nester Patou quickly loses his job when he is trying to do the right thing with all of the working girls on the street. But things soon change when he falls in love with one of them, Irma La Douce. Recently I have been right into...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jun 24, 2015

The Apartment (1960) Review

C.C. Baxter finds himself quickly rising within the company he is working for, but has the fact he allows the executives a key to his apartment got something to do with it? His neighbours think he is the ultimate bachelor but that is far from the tru...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jun 18, 2015

The Final Cut (2004) Review

Set in a future world where memory implants are put into your baby before it is born so each and every second of a person’s life can be recorded. Leading to a tribute being played at a persons funeral. Alan Hakman is a cutter, a person who edit...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jun 17, 2015

Haven (2004) Review

A drama set in the Cayman Islands trying to show the many levels of crime which are present, with both locals and people stopping by. I will admit that I have tried to find this film to watch for many years now. Yes I was a massive fan of Orlando Blo...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jun 3, 2015

Gossip Girl XO XO

Instead of doing season by season review and the fact that I couldn’t wait to watch the next episode or season for that matter. Honestly my life was consumed by Gossip Girl and I could not resist watching the next episode let’s face it th...
by Lets Go To The Movies on May 10, 2015

Netflix and TV Shows

Every now and then I tend to become totally obsessed with a TV Show that is on Netflix. I don’t tend to watch a lot of TV shows normally, at the moment I am watching Blue Bloods, Glee and Game of Thrones that is all from the new series of shows...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 28, 2015

The Prince of Tides (1991) Review

The Wingo family have hard a difficult life and have a lot of secrets, these are all about to come out . . . Tom Wingo has a very strained relationship with his wife Sally, this is how the films starts and it is a little bit strange I will admit. I h...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 8, 2015

Capote (2005) Review

Truman Capote a writer is intrigued when he learns of a murder of a family in Kansas, that he decides to write some articles for the newspaper he works for, but he is inspired to write a book about it all instead. We quickly see that Capote is a very...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 5, 2015

What Maisie Knew (2012) Review

A story of heartbreak watching Maisie as she must survive in her parents custody battle, with neither of them actually paying full attention to her . . . I have had this film on my Netflix queue for quite a while now and pleased I eventually got roun...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 4, 2015

The Hours (2002) Review

The stories of three women, in three different time periods are all linked together mainly with grief and the book Mrs Dalloway. I remember watching this film for the first time many years ago and not really appreciating or understanding it at all re...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Feb 25, 2015


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