15th Jan 2015
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Five best films to see in 2015
Five best films to see in 2015

Now that 2015 has kicked-off, it’s time to consider which Hollywood films you should look out for this year. Here are our five picks.

Into the Woods

A witch charges a childless baker and his wife with attaining magical items from all the classic fairy tales to undo the curse put on their family tree. With many prominent actors including Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt and Anna Kendrick, this film sure to be a hit. 

 

Fifty Shades of Grey

The much-awaited film adaptation of the infamous erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey follows the life of naive literature student Anastasia Steele, as she becomes entangled with handsome and anguished billionaire Christian Grey.



The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

After being identified as the 'Mockingjay', it is time for Katniss Everdeen and District 13 to step-up and launch the revolution against the autocratic Capitol. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 is the much-awaited fourth, and last, instalment of the book-to-film phenomenon.

 


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    cherab
    23rd Jan 2015
    11:26am
    In my opinion only - Into the Woods was a total waste of time and money, clever idea but could not wait for the film to finish
    pate
    23rd Jan 2015
    3:24pm
    I would avoid wasting my time going to see any of them as I find it hard to inderstand a word veig muttered these days what with loud so called music playing in the background and the so called stars doing nothing more than muttering or else playing at having sex !! Not entertainment at all in my view.
    jackiehob
    24th Jan 2015
    12:34am
    Totally agree with the other 4, but STILL ALICE is a good womans movie.
    doggone
    24th Jan 2015
    1:08am
    an all star cast doesn't necessarily make an all star film.
    a REALLY good movie does not need to have a"star" to be good but it helps at the box office.

    my main gripe about modern day movies is that too often computerised special effects covers for a poor script and acting.
    Judy in the hills
    24th Jan 2015
    1:34pm
    I read the various Fifty Shades of Grey books and really quite enjoyed them, but the trailer above doesn't really tempt me to bother with the film .... maybe its because I don't recognise either of the main stars.
    Argonaut
    25th Jan 2015
    4:54pm
    The only one I would want to see is "Still Alice". I read the book and found it confronting and compelling. The others do not appeal but I'm looking forward to "The Theory of Everything" and just saw "The Imitation Game" which was brilliant.


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