Film Review: Serenity

Directed by Steven Knight, Serenity follows Baker Dill (Matthew McConaughey), a fishing boat captain who leads tours off a tranquil, tropical enclave called Plymouth Island. He lives a quiet, sheltered life, which is soon shattered when his ex-wife, Karen (Anne Hathaway), tracks him down with a desperate plea for help. She begs Dill to save her and their young son from her new, violent husband, Frank (Jason Clarke). She offers him $10 million to take him out to sea on a fishing excursion and to throw him to the sharks. Karen’s appearance thrusts Dill back into a life he’d tried to forget, and as he struggles between right and wrong, his world is plunged into a new reality that may not be all that it seems.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (4th – 10th March)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

Sky Cinema Premiere add a new film onto their channel every single day. This week’s feature sees the release of Fat Camp, Kissing Candice, Come Un Gatto In Tangenziale, Curvature, Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom, Patrick, and Backstabbing For Beginners. Let’s have a look and see what’s worth watching this week.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (25th February – 3rd March)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

Sky Cinema Premiere add a new film onto their channel every single day. This week’s feature sees the release of Siren, The Tribes of Palos Verdes, Redoubtable, Future World, Serenity, The First Purge, and Leave No Trace. Let’s have a look and see what’s worth watching this week.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (18th – 24th February)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

Sky Cinema Premiere add a new film onto their channel every single day. This week’s feature sees the release of The Devil’s Doorway, Unlovable, The High Frontier, Victor Crowley, Ocean’s 8, Woody Woodpecker, and Gloves Off. Let’s have a look and see what’s worth watching this week.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (11th – 17th February)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

Sky Cinema Premiere add a new film onto their channel every single day. This week’s feature sees the release of Anything, L’Amant Double, Fever, Electric Love, Life of the Party, The Little Vampire, and Bad Samaritan. Let’s have a look and see what’s worth watching this week.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (4th – 10th February)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

This week’s feature sees the release of Mad To Be Normal, Dark River, Iceman, Frat Pack, Book Club, The Negotiator, and Shock and Awe.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (28th January – 3rd February)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

This week’s feature sees the release of Future World, Beast of Burden, The Elephant and the Butterfly, The Toybox, Love Simon, Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High, and Breaking In.

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Weekly Sky Cinema Premieres (21st – 27th January)

Since I don’t get to the cinema to see new releases that often anymore, this is my new weekly feature reviewing the latest releases on Sky Cinema Premiere (and in turn, Now TV). I will write a short review and rating for each of the films that I have watched and then give you the details for the ones that I didn’t get a chance to see.

This week’s feature sees the release of The Last Movie Star, Higher Power, Zama, I See You, A Quiet Place, Isle of Dogs, and The Leisure Seeker.

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Film Review: Glass

Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Glass follows on from 2017’s Split as Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) and the multiple identities who reside within him have taken more girls hostage. Using his supernatural abilities, 2000’s Unbreakable David Dunn (Bruce Willis) is trying to track him down. When both are arrested and sent to a psychiatric hospital run by Dr Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson), they meet the wheelchair-bound Mr Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) who holds secrets critical to both men.

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