Film & Books

Harry Potter fans flock to Waterstone's intu for the annual celebratory book night

Wizards and witches began arriving early for the Harry Potter Book Night, with most opting to travel by car or come on foot. One witch coyly noted that “Travelling by broomstick is all well and good, but it’s a bit draughty on a windy night – and there’s lots of good places to park here!” ...

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In Review: Hacksaw Ridge is 'gruesome, gritty and slickly made' says our Reel Reviewer

Although it won't win many awards for new and interesting types of supporting characters, situations and dialogue (although, what war film has?) director Mel Gibson's directing comeback is a gruesome, gritty and slickly made movie anyway....

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In Review: Sing is a tuneful smash hit with Total MK's reviewer

Put simply, this is an enjoyable, funny, well-written and acutely observed film, with some excellent vocal acting and singing about some very engaging characters......

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In Review: Lion is on the big screen this weekend. It won't make you roar, but it will make you cry, says our critic

'The questions posed here of course have no easy answers, but the film does have a neatly diplomatic ending that mixes the drama with the actual story, for those who have no more crying in them....'...

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A look back at Milton Keynes history: The story of The Point

The Point was the first multiplex screen in he country, and for a time it was the most successful cinema in the country too. Sammy Jones explores the story behind the unique entertainment complex......

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Exploring the growing divide between rich and poor with Community Action: MK

Community Action: MK presents a film that explores a major issue faced by society today; the growing divide between rich & poor....

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