After the success of 2011’s Gnomeo & Juliet, a story based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet tale (without the death ending), the garden gnomes and their somewhat odd family return for another adventure in this sequel, Sherlock Gnomes, this time looking to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for inspiration.
Apart from his awful, huge moustache, Kenneth Branagh, in his own adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, is an absolute delight. Branagh directs a stellar cast in this new version of the 1934 novel.
Although Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge has not received particularly thunderous applause, it is most enjoyable and provides a lot of laughs even if some are not in places where they are intended.
Cineramageddon is a unique five-day film festival within Glastonbury Festival, conceived and curated by director Julien Temple.
Looking beautiful with inventive cinematography under Stuart Dryburgh, the film follows on from Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland and is always lovely to watch. It is frequently exciting as director James Bobin shows a grown-up Alice having a new adventure.