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Films: Million Dollar Baby, Lord of the Rings, Chicago, Batman, Harry Potter, Casablanca, An Affair to Remember, Pretty Woman, Bridget Jones Diary, Rocky Horror

TV: Sex and the City, The Golden Girls, Glee, Blue Bloods, Friends

Actors: Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta Jones, Daniel Craig, Jack Nicholson, Orlando Bloom, Mae West, Marilyn Monroe, Daniel Craig, Clint Eastwood

Music: Bon Jovi, Kelly Clarkson, Chris Brown, Pink, Lady Gaga, Neil Diamond, Bryan Adams, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Bruno Mars

Musical Theatre: Wicked, Chicago, Rent, The Sound of Music, Rocky Horror, Avenue Q, Phantom of the Opera, Gypsy, Evita

Sport: Football, Soccer, Newcastle United, Joey Barton, Alan Shearer, David Beckham

29th July 2014

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The Purge (2013) Review

The Purge (2013) Review

Ten years in the future America is a changed place where crime rates are at an all time low, all because one night a year The Purge takes place when you can do any crime you want, even murder and get away with it. From 7pm until 7am will you take part?

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Tagged: 2013Adelaide KaneEdwin HodgeEthan HawkeHorrorLena HeadeyMax BurkholderReviewRhys WakefieldSci-FiThe PurgeThrillerTony Oller

28th July 2014

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Liar Liar (1997) Review

Liar Liar (1997) Review

Fletcher Reede is a lawyer who cannot help but lie and keeps letting his young son Max down. So when he doesn’t turn up for his birthday Max makes a wish that his father cannot lie for 24 hours.

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Tagged: 1997Anne HaneyCary ElwesComedyDramaFantasyJennifer TillyJim CarreyJustin CooperLiar LiarMaura TierneyReviewTom Shadyac

27th July 2014

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500 Times at the Movies

500 Times at the Movies

A little cause for celebration today on Let’s Go To The Movies as the site now has over 500 film reviews! The current count is 502, as I did not realise the two reviews of the latest films I have seen pushed it over that incredible landmark!

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26th July 2014

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26th July 2014

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First Ever … The North East Blogger Awards

First Ever … The North East Blogger Awards

A few days ago whilst on Twitter something came to my attention during the #NorthEastHour that for the first time ever ‘The North East Blogger Awards’ is going to take place. So I decided that the best way to get the information out there and ask for you to vote for me for me in the lifestyle category! If you did not already know I am from and still live in South Shields. A small seaside town…

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Tagged: AwardsBloggerCatherine CooksonEnglandEntertainmentEric IdleFilmNewcastleNorth EastNorth East EnglandRidley ScottSouth ShieldsSunderlandThe North East Blogger AwardsTheatre

26th July 2014

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1984 A-Thon

An absolutely incredible idea for a Blogathon, which currently has 108 bloggers taking part. Each taking on a different film from 1984, which is now 30 years ago! A few years (just) before my time! I will be reviewing Nineteen eight-four which yes came out in 1984 based on George Orwell’s very popular novel. Click the picture above to see the announcement post!

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26th July 2014

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Believe (2014) Review

Inspired by a true story, Sir Matt Busby the legendary Manchester United manager helps Georgie Gallagher and his friends become a team to compete in the Manchester youth cup.

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Tagged: 2014BelieveBrian CoxDramaFootballHarry ArmesJack ArmesJack SmithManchester UnitedNatascha McElhoneReviewSir Matt BusbyToby Stephens

25th July 2014

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Hercules (2014) Review

We are about to experience the legend that is Hercules and find out if he really is as incredible as the stories of his twelve labours.

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Tagged: 2014ActionAdventureAskel HennieDwayne JohnsonHerculesIan McShaneIngrid Bolsø BerdalJohn HurtJoseph FiennesReece RitchieReviewRufus SewellThe Rock

23rd July 2014

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Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) Review

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) Review

A mechanic and his daughter end up joining the Autobots in a fight against a company and bounty hunter from another world, after he finds Optimus Prime.

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Tagged: 2014ActionAdventureJack ReynorKelsey GrammerMark WahlbergNicola PeltzReviewSci-FiStanley TucciTransformers: Age of Extinction

21st July 2014

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21st July 2014

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Musical Moments – About Time

Considering I have watched this film quite a few times in the past week, yes really! I forgot how much I loved it from when I went to see it at the cinema.

Tagged: About TimeBen ColemanDomhnall GleesonJon BodenMusical MomentsRachel McAdamsSam Sweeney

19th July 2014

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Boyhood (2014) Review

The life of a young man named Mason which was based over 12 years, taking a look into his childhood and finishes when he is 18 years old and starting college.

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Tagged: 2014Andrew VillarrealBoyhoodCharlie SextonDramaEllar ColtraneEthan HawkeJamie HowardLibby VillariLorelei LinklaterMarco PerellaPatricia ArquetteReviewRichard LinklaterSteven Chester Prince

16th July 2014

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Wicked!

Wicked!

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16th July 2014

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Blogathon: Women in Film - Hermione Granger

Blogathon: Women in Film – Hermione Granger

The Women in Film Blogathon is being hosted by John over at Hitchcock’s World and such a great idea to get you thinking about female characters in the world of film.

Here are the rules:

  1. The female character in question should have qualities that make her strong. That doesn’t necessarily mean better than the guys, just well-written; we’re trying to promote equality here, not reverse misogyny.
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Tagged: BlogathonBlogathon: Women in FilmEmma WatsonHarry PotterHermione GrangerWomen in Film

16th July 2014

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) Review

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) Review

Quite a few years have passed since we last saw Caesar and the rest of the apes, the human race has almost been wiped out by a virus and not many of them remain. With the apes still growing in power, it wasn’t going to be long before both species collided.

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Tagged: 2014ActionAndy SerkisCineworld Secret ScreeningDawn of the Planet of the ApesDramaGary OldmanJason ClarkeKeri RussellKodi Smit-McPheeReviewSci-FiToby Kebbell