Aside from the occasional repeats of his live shows on Channel 4, Peter Kay has had a lengthy absence from television. After notable successes with the likes of “Phoenix Nights” and “Max & Paddy’s Road To Nowhere”, the 41-year-old comedian returns in “Peter Kay’s Car Share”.Continue Reading "Review: Peter Kay’s Car Share"
With big hair and even bigger voices, the Darlington Operatic Society returns to the Darlington Civic Theatre for their latest production, “Hairspray”.Continue Reading "Review: Hairspray (Darlington Operatic Society)"
Prior to its release, “The Duff” was described as this decade’s “Mean Girls”, but can the teen rom-com live up to its expectations?Continue Reading "Review: The Duff"
“Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” was inevitable. Its predecessor proved to be one of the surprise hits at the box office in 2009, with the film grossing over $146 million in cinemas. Something else that was inevitable was that the sequel would fail to live up to the same standard.Continue Reading "Review: Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2"
From “Gladiator” and “Noah” to “L.A. Confidential” and “3:10 to Yuma”, Russell Crowe has starred in some of the most critically-acclaimed films of recent times. But can he achieve similar success on the other side of the camera with “The Water Diviner”?Continue Reading "Review: The Water Diviner"
After the runaway success of “Frozen”, it would have been foolish Disney to just let it go (pun intended). With a sequel already in the pipeline, Disney has whetted the appetite of its fanbase with “Frozen Fever” – a cinematic short which is premiering prior to screenings of “Cinderella”.Continue Reading "Review: Frozen Fever"