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Written by: Hannah Whitehead 2015 is set to be a pretty exciting year in terms of music, theatre and other local events in the North East…. and particularly on Tyneside.
Written by: Sophie Baines Films are annually one of the biggest industries and everyone always has their own favourites by the end of the year. Here are five of my own, from blockbuster comic book adaptations to special effects-filled portrayals of … Continue reading
Written by: Sophie Ward I love the movies and equally get a buzz from great artists and albums; therefore whenever the two get mixed together to create anything like I’ve listed, it takes a lot for me not to get … Continue reading
Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Melanie Laurent, Sarah Gordon Running time: 95 mins, Cert: 15 More information on the Tyneside Cinema website Review By: Simon Ramshaw Enemy is everything wrong with UK cinema distribution. Technically a 2013 release, us Brits have … Continue reading
Directed by: James Marsh Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones Running time: 123 mins, Cert: 12 From Friday 2nd January More information on the Tyneside Cinema website REVIEW BY: HANNAH GRENCIs There are so many ways a film documenting the life of Stephen Hawking could … Continue reading
Directed by: Alejandro González Iñárritu Starring: Michael Keaton, Edward Norton, Emma Stone Running time: 119 mins, Cert: 15 From Friday 2nd January More information on the Tyneside Cinema website REVIEW BY: Simon Ramshaw I have had two long nights’ sleep to digest Birdman, … Continue reading
Back Lot Music Out Now More information about the album on the official The Theory of Everything website Review by: Jowita Krasik The Theory of Everything is a story of the life of world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, which begins by … Continue reading
Words by: Josh Brown It seems that every year right around mid to late November you’ll start to overhear grumbles of “Christmas gets earlier every year.” There’s a certain group of people that just can’t stand hearing the opening bars … Continue reading
Words by: Sophie Ward The John Lewis Ad has hit the silver screen and shops everywhere are over-playing Band Aid and The Pogues (and, if you’re from Newcastle, you’ve probably seen Fenwick’s windows at least once already.) Yep. It’s officially … Continue reading
Directed by: Morten Tyldum Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode Run time: 1hr 54 min, Cert: 12A More info at the Tyneside Cinema website Review by: James Marples Alan Turing was an incredible man and it is completely impossible … Continue reading
Director: Mike Leigh Starring: Timothy Spall, Paul Jesson, Dorothy Atkinson Cert: 12A, 150 minutes More information on the Tyneside Cinema Website REVIEW BY: Matilda Neill Although I did experience an initial disappointment on discovering the film was not about Arctic … Continue reading
Directed by: Christopher Nolan Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chatain Running time: 169 mins, Cert: 12A More information on the Tyneside Cinema website Review by: James Marples I only have a rudimentary understanding of physics. I can just about … Continue reading
Directed by Alexandre Aja Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Max Minghella, Joe Anderson Run Time: 120 mins, Cert 15 Review by: Jordan Shoulder “When they looked at me they saw a devil, now I have to look the part” utters … Continue reading
Director: Dan Gilroy Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Riz Ahmed, Rene Russo, Bill Paxton Cert: 15, 117 minutes More info on the Tyneside Cinema website Review by: Josh Brown Nightcrawler‘s gorgeous urban nightscapes give home to one of the most deliciously dark … Continue reading
Words: Tom Cooney Christopher Nolan has made more of a name for himself in ten years than most directors have done in a lifetime; all of his films are bursting with captivating characters, complex plots and unbelievable originality. Nolan has … Continue reading
Directed by: Garry Sykes Starring: Leanne Rutter, Yasmine Ati, Amanda Hodgson, Katie Quinn Run Time: 89 mins, Cert: 18 Review by: Emily Craig Drunken Butterflies is a coming of age drama and is the first feature film from director Garry … Continue reading
Directed by: Simeon Halligan Starring: Pollyanna McIntosh, Lee Williams Run Time: 79 minutes, Cert: 15 More information on the Tyneside Cinema website Review by: Simon Ramshaw It’s always a pleasure when the seeds of local talent comes to fruition. White … Continue reading
Directed by: David Fincher Starring: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Carrie Coon, Neil Patrick Harris, Kim Dickens Cert: 18, Running Time: 149 Minutes Gone Girl at the Tyneside Cinema Review by: Antonia Velikova I’m not exactly David Fincher’s number one fan. … Continue reading
Director: Woody Allen Starring: Colin Firth, Emma Stone, Simon McBurney Cert: 15, 97 minutes Magic in the Moonlight at the Tyneside Cinema Review by: Josh Brown Another year, another September, another Woody Allen film. After a late-career resurgence, Woody Allen … Continue reading
Directed by: Anton Corbijn Starring: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Willem Dafoe, Rachael McAdams, Daniel Bruhl Running Time: 123 minutes, Cert: 15 More information at the Tyneside Cinema website Review by: Emily Craig A Most Wanted Man , featuring one of the late … Continue reading