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Amanda’s Adaptations: Fifty Shades Of Grey – Book Vs Film

According to the date on my book review for EL James's Fifty Shades of Grey, it’s been over two years since I finished reading it....

Love is Strange Review

Director: Ira Sachs Cast: John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, Marisa Tomei Running Time: 94 minutes Certificate: 15 Synopsis: After Ben and George get married, George is fired from his...

Snow In Paradise: Why Positive Takes On Religion Are Vital In...

SNOW IN PARADISE may have been one of the smallest films at last year’s London Film Festival but it was by no means the...

Kingsman: The Secret Service Review

Director: Matthew Vaughn Cast: Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Taron Egerton Certificate: 12A Running Time: 129 minutes Synopsis: A veteran secret agent takes a young upstart under his wing. Mark Miller...

Amanda’s Adaptations: Testament Of Youth – Book Vs Film

Vera Brittain’s memoir The Testament of Youth is as close to time travel as many of us will ever get. Her intoxicating writing style...

Meryl Streep, Rob Marshall And Co Talk ‘Into The Woods’

Some of the cast and crew of new musical INTO THE WOODS were at the London press conference this week to discuss what went...

Meryl Streep Discusses Starstruck Moment

For many of us, the idea of being in the presence of the acting royalty that is Meryl Streep is enough to send us...

Amanda’s Adaptations: What We’re Looking Forward To In 2015

Adaptations are still holding firm at cinemas, with many impressive films coming our way in 2015 based on novels and comics. Here are the ones...

Looking Season One DVD Review

Creator: Michael Lannan Starring: Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett Certificate: 18 The first series of Looking is a short one, with just eight episodes, but...

God’s Pocket Blu-Ray Review

Director: John Slattery Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christina Hendricks, Richard Jenkins Certificate: 15 God's Pocket is a strange kind of town where people protect their own even when they're setting...