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LFF 2020 Review: Supernova

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci charm and then break our hearts in Supernova, a sensitive drama about a couple dealing with a dementia diagnosis The day the trailer was released for this film my friend text me: ''Wanna cry in a cinema with me on 20th November?'' A brief skim of the plot makes this pretty much a given. Sam (Firth) and Tusker (Tucci) are a happy couple of twenty years. Two years after Tusker is diagnosed with early onset dementia they embark on a campervan tour of the Lake District in an effort to recreate a trip they took…
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The King’s Man takes us back to the beginnings of the secret spy wars to battle Rasputin

https://youtu.be/6bLAr8Kep_s Kingsman was a breath of fresh air when it was released in 2015. Not only did it remind me how cool Bond USED to be, it also made me a Colin Firth fan having never really been interested in his films before. He was totally convincing in the role of Galahad, the master spy English man and Taron Egerton was perfect as the street kid being taught manners. Yes, the story has been told any times before but not like this and not with action as enjoyable as this ( remember the umbrella fight scene in the pub!). The…
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