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Description One of the most inventive and charming retellings of the Arthurian legend, this is the final part of "The Once and Future King". In these last two books, the ageing king faces the greatest challenge o... more

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“A Mouse's Tale”

published 23/09/2015

AdvantagesWell known cast.

DisadvantagesThe whole film.

...A Mouses tale Certificate: PG Running Time: 88 Minutes Released: 2015 Price: £5.00 What attracted me to this film, was not the trailer or the title but the cast members, Drake Bell and Miranda Cosgrove I'm a 90s child (just) and I grew up watching Drake and Josh on a Saturday morning, I had completely forgotten about them as actors so was interested to see this film. I also enjoyed Stuart little...

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“Terrifying tales”

published 13/04/2015

AdvantagesThree good stories

DisadvantagesTwo less effective ones; poor framing narrative

...and nudity in his films, which makes them seem quite old fashioned when viewed alongside other horrors of the era. They have more of a TV show feel, and the kinds of trick-ending short horror stories the films featured became a staple of shows like Tales of the Unexpected. The advantage of these kinds of films is that individual episodes are rarely long enough to seriously annoy viewers. If one isn?t very...

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AdvantagesA very full version of the story, well portrayed, fitting artwork and good English dub

DisadvantagesI think Japanese & sub-titles might be preferred over the snippets of songs

...Princess Kaguya is an interesting story and one that?s had my attention for a long time; otherwise known as the Tale of the Wood/Bamboocutter, simply Princess Kaguya or the Moon Princess/Princess from the Moon. Fundamentally it?s a story seen in many cultures but this version is said to be first recorded in 10th century Japan and the forerunner of Japanese novels/prose. It?s old lore and so...

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