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Here at last is a film that tells the truth - most of us hate the soppy bits in adventure films! Who doesn't want to skip past the good-hearted hero and perky princess to the cunning villain and hero's entertaining sidekicks? The Princess Bride takes apart the traditional damsel-in-distress story and puts it back together again, complete with a friendly giant, a dreaded pirate captain, a dashing swordsman seeking revenge, a cowardly prince and - eventually! - a brave hero and the beautiful maiden, in a film that quickly became thought of as a classic for kids of all ages - and for adults too!
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A film guide that looks at Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001), exploring its key topics and themes...
A film guide that looks at How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal...
A film guide that looks at The Big Knights (1999), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Animated comedy about a fat, green, bad-tempered ogre banished from his woods cabin home by an evil lord, which has become a modern classic.
Lively adventure following a baseball-loving boy who miraculously gets sent back hundred of years to the era of King Arthur.
Inventive and magical French version of the Beauty and The Beast fairy tale, with effects that must be seen to be believed.
Paul Scowcroft, our final Leader of the Month for 2016, offers his tips for new clubs and discusses his varied strategies when it comes to review writing.
Reading time 7 mins
We take a look at how French animation Phantom Boy references cinema old and new, and compassionately tackles the issue of dealing with a serious illness.
Reading time 6 mins
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