As lockdown restrictions begin to ease slowly here in the UK, we can finally see a lot of our favourite leisure activities reopening, such as cinemas, after months of closure. So as cinemas across the country begin to open their doors back open to the public we can finally get back to watching all the new releases this year on the big screen. One of these cinema chains reopening is, of course, the cinema giant Cineworld. Eventually, you might be thinking of purchasing one of their Unlimited memberships to enjoy endless amounts of cinema each month. But is it really worth it for the avid cinema-goer or is it mainly for the die-hard fans of the silver screen?
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As we know the Coronavirus pandemic has affected every part of modern-day life from work, education and of course our freedom which we all take for granted. Children and teenagers have had their education postponed with many classes taking to the online format but still don’t have that classroom to take advantage of to reach the best they can in their education. However, many much younger viewers out there are still stuck out home possibly without a return date for school or foundation here in the UK. So until we return to normal here we have gathered some of the best movies for the much younger viewers out there which we believe they will enjoy.
July 20th was this year’s date for the National Moon Day and meaning that we’ve been treated with a fantastic range of space films these past few years I think its best we celebrate National Moon Day by reminiscing over some of the greatest space films over the past years. Even if we are a day late celebrating.
We’ve entered into a new era now where movies are evolving and becoming more cinematic with fantastic CGI and special effects than ever before. Don’t get me wrong, these new cinematic masterpieces were being gifted with nowadays are sensational with their storylines, cinematography and acting improving all the time and immersing us more than ever in the worlds they create. However, we can’t forget about the timeless classics which we all used to watch over and over again back in our early childhood growing up. These films were once our favourite movies to ever appear in cinema so meaning as we’ve got more time than ever on our hands we don’t we revisit some of these great childhood classics.
Movies based on classic video games are becoming more popular all the time and have some of the best CGI in them I have ever seen. Especially with the release of Ready Player One a few years back, that one for me had some fantastic CGI which I’ve seen nowhere else before in movies or TV. But as these kinds of movies grow, are they becoming a bit too far fetched at times and making them confusing for viewers instead of telling the story more clearly. So which ones are actually worth watching to give you the best viewing experience possible.
With sport making its return in the UK through the next few months now we have a lot of action to look forward to now every week. This week, in particular, marks the start of Formula 1 with the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring this Sunday. So to get us back into the racing mood once again, we’ve complied the best racing and car films out there so were all geared up for the weekend ahead,
The Guardians of The Galaxy movies are known for featuring some of the best oldie songs out there which many people, especially the younger generation, may not know. So I thought providing you with a list with all the songs featured in their movies might be a good idea so you can enjoy them just as much as Starlord does. These pieces of music have been around for years and still to this day they are some of the best classics you can find and we will also be proving a Spotify link with all these songs in one playlist for you all to enjoy.
The third instalment into the Fallen series with Angel Has Fallen released last year with Geralt Butler and Morgan Freeman. What some people may not realise is that when the first entry into the series was released, Olympus Has Fallen, there was another film released around the same time which was near enough the same storyline. Both do have their negatives and positives for different reasons but which one was better than the other one?
Those for you who don’t have access to a movie library and unable, then if you’re on Sky you have access to a whole range of original shows made exclusively for your sky channels plus brand new ones being announced all the time. So don’t worry as we have gathered together some of the best must-watch sky originals for you to enjoy during your time at home. All these originals are exclusive to Sky channels only such as Sky 1, Sky 1 HD, Sky 1+ etc.
What’s better, Sky Cinema or Virgin Movies? That’s the question we are going to try and debate today. Both services offer a wide variety of on-demand movies at your fingertips waiting for you to indulge in already free of charge. However, both also have their own perks and benefits if you decide to go with them. To make it easier, here’s a list of all the benefits for each service which we think will make the avid movie goer happy. Other factors including price and connection will also be discussed as we think these are also important in the modern-day era.