Film & Books

IN REVIEW: The Mummy (2017)

Our reviewer Claire Durrant checks in The Mummy. Does she like it? Not a lot!...

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Milton Keynes Film Network makes a mov-ie for its 48 hour film challenge

The Milton Keynes Film Network (MKFN) announce their third annual 48 Hour Film Challenge over the weekend of 30th June through 2nd July....

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CHAPTER AND VERSE: Sunday Times Bestseller Trisha Ashley answers our questions ahead of her visit to Milton Keynes

Trisha Ashley is a Sunday Times Bestselling author responsible for romantic comedies including Twelve Days of Christmas Later this week, Trisha will be visiting Milton Keynes, signing copies of her latest page-turner The Little Teashop of Lost and Found, at Waterstones at intu (at 11.30am) followed by a talk at MK Central Library, from 2pm....

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Father's Day Gifts: Let Dad open a new chapter this month

Still stuck for present ideas for your Dad this June 18? Get booked up. Here are three of the best currently vying for space on book shleves......

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IN REVIEW: Wonder Woman - is it wonder-ful or rather dull? Total MK checked in and found out

Given the perilous state the world is currently in and how the plethora of male comic book characters on the big screen have so far done little to further the cause of world peace, it's long overdue that the most famous female superhero of the printed page should have a go and sort matters out....

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In Review: Reel Reviewer checks in with the latest Pirate of the Caribbean instalment

Depp's bank balance will no doubt be swelled by this one's performance at the box office and Bruckheimer must be hopping this adds cash to the coffers - at $230m to produce, it needs to work hard for that moolah....

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