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  • The Visit

    The Visit

    ★★★½

    The Visit 2015 (1hr 34mins) M

    Review by Peter Walkden (Finesse Movie Reviews)

    Two siblings, Becca and Tyler get on a train and take a vacation to finally meet their grandparents for the first time. As the children begin to get know their grandma and grandad more and more they soon discover some very disturbing behaviour and the two children become more concerned.... and frightened.

    Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, the film is made like a basic B Grade which…

  • Glass

    Glass

    ★★★½

    Glass 2018 (2hr 9mins) M

    Review by Peter Walkden (Finesse Movie Reviews)

    19 years ago, I had the honour of seeing Unbreakable in cinemas on its opening day. The film’s ending left me in awe and overall surprised.

    The same feelings and more occurred once I finished watching Split (again in theatres). Split left me yelling out loud and literally shaking with goosebumps when I realised what director M. Night Shyamalan did to his audience. To this day it was…

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  • La La Land

    La La Land

    ★★★★★

    La La Land 2016 (2h 8min) Rated M

    Review by Peter Walkden (Finesse Movie Reviews)

    “La La Land” is a Musical which also combines the genre of Comedy & Drama. Our story is about two key people that begin to fall in love. The film also includes music tracks and dance numbers by actors Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling. The film's setting is in Los Angeles, present day. 

    I had the honour and pleasure of being able to attend an Advance screening…

  • Reaching Distance

    Reaching Distance

    ★★★★

    Reaching Distance (1hr 33min) M

    Review by Peter Walkden (Finesse Movie Reviews)

    A young man named Logan wakes up on a city bus. Unsure as to how he got there, Logan begins to raise questions with the other bus passengers around him and soon realises there is more going on with the bus than Logan could ever imagine.

    Due to the film’s twists and turns, the plot discussion in this review will be kept to a minimal (you can thank…