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At The Flix with @Timmy666

March 14, 2016

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Welcome to this week’s #AtTheFlix, a weekly trawl through the films out in Birmingham. Anomalisa (15) Charlie Kaufman is arguably cinema’s most daring and interesting screenwriter. Anomalisa is another example of why! Only Kaufman, with the exception perhaps of Woody Allen in his pomp, can blend the metaphysical questions with a blend of surrealism and […]

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At the Flix with @Timmy666

March 4, 2016

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Greetings one and all. After a brief sojourn, #AtTheFlix is back with a peek at what’s out at the cinemas in Birmingham this weekend. As always, let’s take a ganders…. London Has Fallen (15) Butler, Eckhart, Freeman et al are back for another slab of action silliness moving the action from DC to dearest London, […]

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At The Flix with @Timmy666

February 12, 2016

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Welcome to this week’s At The Flix. In a busy week, we look at Marvel’s latest comic adventure Deadpool, observe Will Smith fighting the cause for medical advancement, bask in the fashionista glory that is the return of Derek Zealander, observe a mashup of Jane Austen and zombies and realise that Ralph Fiennes can really dance! Deadpool […]

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At The Flix with @Timmy666

January 31, 2016

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  Greetings one and all! Welcome to this week’s trawl through all things cinematic and hitting the screens in Brum this week. Spotlight (15) Todd McCarthy’s passionate portrayal and appreciation of the work of Spotlight, an investigative journalism team of the Boston Globe, is brought to the fore in an old-school procedural style. The Spotlight team […]

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At The Flix with @Timmy666

January 23, 2016

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Welcome to this week’s trawl through all things cinematic and hitting the screens in Brum this weekend. After last week’s tranche of awards season contenders, what will this week bring? The Big Short (15) This week’s biggest release, this adaptation of Michael Lewis’s non-fiction best seller, provides a dark satirical take on the financial crash. […]

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At the Flix with @Timmy666

January 15, 2016

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Hello one and all. Welcome to this week’s #AtTheFlix, your weekly fix on what is coming out this week. This is a very strong week, with a number of this week’s releases having a definitive air of awards season. Yet there’s more than that as well. Let’s take a peek shall we… The Revenant (15) […]

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At The Flix with @Timmy666

January 7, 2016

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Happy New Year! Welcome to the first #AtTheFlix of the New Year! As the countdown to awards season approaches, so expect a number of films that are just Oscar worthy versus those that are a little bit more Oscar bait! It’s a quiet week in terms of mainstream releases this week following a busy Christmas […]

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At the Flix with @Timmy666 – the best of 2015

December 31, 2015

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Hello one and all. Welcome to this week’s #AtTheFlix. This week is all about my favourite films of the year, along with some honourable mentions and a few I missed along the way. What were yours? Top 10 Inside Out Carol 45 Years Brooklyn The Martian Mad Max: Fury Road Songs of the Sea Ex […]

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At The Flix with @Timmy666

December 18, 2015

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Welcome to this week’s #AtTheFlix, the weekly trawl through all the cinematic releases in Birmingham. It’s a quiet week in most respects, as there aren’t that many new releases. There is one though. I think you know the one. Star Trek: The Force Awakens (12A) Okay, so, what needs to be said! I imagine most […]

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At the Flix with @timmy666

December 10, 2015

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Welcome to this week’s #AtTheFlix. Like John McClane declaring his need for a regular, normal Christmas, one has to measure up the festive film season with a mix of joy and befuddlement. It’s joyful because of the crescendo building up to awards season which means that we get to enjoy fantastic films like Carol; yet […]

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