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Dumbo – Film Review

Dumbo – Film Review

Made 78 years after the original animated cartoon, Tim Burton gets to put his own unique spin on Dumbo. The two films are very different in many ways not only in style but the story as well. The original which was classed as one of the “Big Five” of Disney films only ran for 64

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Film Review  and Movies in Town

Film Review and Movies in Town

Shazam – Film Review The latest offering in the DC universe is a fun superhero romp with a difference. Young Billy Bateson (Asher Angel) got separated from his mum at the local fair when he was a tot and has constantly run away from the foster families he has been placed with ever since, whilst

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Fighting with My Family – Film Review

Fighting with My Family – Film Review

So who is the most famous person to come out of the sleepy medieval city of Norwich in East Anglia, England. Herbie Hide, Alan Partridge or Delia Smith. Who? I hear you say. Precisely. Well that all changed thanks to Saraya Knight or Paige to user her stage name. Fighting with My Family or Luchando

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Movies in Town – March 12 to 21

Movies in Town – March 12 to 21

Vice – Film review Vice or El Vicepresidente: Mas Allá del Poder to give the movie its elongated Mexican title is the true story of American Vice President Dick Cheney, the real control behind George W. Bush’s time as leader of the free world. Director Adam Mckay teams up with Christian Bale (Cheney) and Steve

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Movies in Town – March 1 to 7

Movies in Town – March 1 to 7

Cold Pursuit Film Review By Michael Renouf We have had a good run of highly entertaining films lately such as Green Book, Creed 2 and Aquaman but with Cold Pursuit or Venganza to give the movie its title in Spanish, that has come to a shuddering halt. This is a remake of the 2014 Norwegian

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Movies in Town – Feb 15-21

Movies in Town – Feb 15-21

Green Book Film Review By Michael Renouf   Green Book: una Amistad sin Fronteras is the wonderful true story about two very different characters being brought together and how they influence each other and their view of the world around them. The year is 1962 and Tony Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) or Tony Lip as he

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Movies in Town – Feb 1 to 7

Movies in Town – Feb 1 to 7

A Dog’s Way Home Film Review By Michael Renouf A Dog’s Way Home or Mis Huellas a Casa to give the film its Spanish title is the latest film to be based on a book from W. Bruce Cameron who previously treated us to A Dog’s Purpose. The story is about Bella – voiced by

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Movies in Town – Jan 25 to 31

Movies in Town – Jan 25 to 31

Movies coming out this week Trailers below are for the latest movies. The Mule –  Platino/ Gran Plaza / Gaviotas A 90-year-old horticulturist and Korean War veteran is caught transporting $3 million worth of cocaine through Illinois for a Mexican drug cartel. The Upside –  Gran Plaza / Gaviotas Philip is a disabled white billionaire, who feels

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Movies in Town – Jan 18 to 24

Movies in Town – Jan 18 to 24

Mortal Engines Film Review by Michael Renouf Mortal Engines or Máquinas Mortales as it was released here is an adaptation of British writer Philip Reeve’s book of the same name set in a post-apocalyptic steampunk world. The film grabs you as quickly as a Formula 1 pit stop with the opening chase scene and does

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Movies in Town – Jan 4 to 10

Movies in Town – Jan 4 to 10

Creed II Film Review By Michael Renouf Creed II is the second film starring Michael B. Jordan in the lead role and the eighth in the Rocky Universe. Set three years after our first meeting with Adonis Creed or Donny for short, the illegitimate son of former heavyweight world champion – Apollo Creed – Adonis

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Movies in Town – Dec 21 to 27

Movies in Town – Dec 21 to 27

Aquaman Film Review By Michael Renouf Aquaman is the latest offering from the DC extended universe starring the 6-foot 4-inch Jason Momoa in the lead role or as he is known once towel dried – Arthur Curry. My expectations were extremely low, mainly because I bow to the superior knowledge on the world of comic

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Movies in Town – Dec 15 to 20

Movies in Town – Dec 15 to 20

Movies coming out this week Trailers below are for the latest movies. Aquaman –  Platino/ Gran Plaza / Galerias / Gaviotas Arthur Curry learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, and must step forward to lead his people and be a hero to the world. Continue playing at the cinemas: Click

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Movies in Town – Dec 7 to 13

Movies in Town – Dec 7 to 13

Instant Family – Platino, Gran Plaza, Gaviotas Film Review By Michael Renouf Instant Family or Familia al Instante as you would say when buying your tickets in Spanish is the latest film starring Mark Wahlberg and Australian actress Rose Byrne as childless couple Pete and Ellie. This is the third comedy that director Sean Anders

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Movies in Town – Nov 30 to Dec 6

Movies in Town – Nov 30 to Dec 6

Movies coming out this week Trailers below are for the latest movies. Click on the links below the videos to check out the rest of the movies playing in Mazatlan. Robin Hood –  Platino/ Gran Plaza / Galerias / Gaviotas A war-hardened crusader Robin of Loxley (Taron Egerton) and his Moorish commander (Jamie Foxx) mount an

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Movies in Town – Nov 23 to 29

Movies in Town – Nov 23 to 29

Film Review – Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald By Michael Renouf Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald or Animales Fantásticos: Los Crímenes de Grindelwald to give the film its full title in Spanish is the second movie starring British actor Eddie Redmayne as mazizoologist – Newt Scamander. The Fantastic Beasts films are written

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