REVIEW: Hamilton, Disney +

Spectacularly unique and filled with passion, this filmed version of the hit Broadway musical is exquisite to watch – no matter how many times you have seen it. Having originally set to be released in cinemas next year, thank goodness Disney decided to bring the release forward and onto its streaming platform to offer all… Read More

REVIEW: Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Immensely funny but also deeply sincere, this comedy is exactly what people need right now. My goodness what a joyful if somewhat wacky comedy this new Netflix film is. With all its unique twists and turns (including how Fire Saga end up at the Eurovision Song Contest) its probably best that you don’t try and… Read More

NEWS: Cush Jumbo, Ryth Wilson and Rosamund Pike in Negotiations to Star in Take That Film

The actresses are currently in talks to take on roles in the upcoming film based on the Take That musical The Band. Talks of casting for the upcoming musical film based on the Take That Musical The Band are currently underway it has been reported. Currently titled Greatest Days, the film is set to be… Read More

NEWS: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Heading to Netflix

It has been confirmed that Netflix will be adding the musical sequel to its service. From the 26th June, Netflix has confirmed that people will be able to sing along and escape to Greece when Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again becomes available for UK and Ireland users for the first time. Released in 2018,… Read More

Re-watching…Beetlejuice

This 1988 quirky comedy about the afterlife still has a certain amount of uniqueness about it – even if certain elements do seem dated in places. You have to hand it to Tim Burton – there really is nothing conventional about his ideas for films in terms of the stories or the way in which… Read More

Film Review: Emma

Autumn de Wilde’s refreshing take on this classic story has a quirky charm about it. Witty, quirkily charming and yet faithful to Jane Austen’s original book, this latest adaptation of Emma is certainly playfully fun to watch from start to finish. Emma Woodhouse is smart and beautiful but is also interfering and manipulative – as… Read More

NEWS: Hamilton Film Heading to Disney + This Year

Lin Manuel-Miranda has confirmed that the film’s release has been moved up by a year to be released on the 3rd July. It has been announced that the filmed version of Hamilton will be heading to Disney + on the 3rd July, featuring the original Broadway cast. Having been filmed live on stage at the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 10th May

Here’s our weekly guide to some of the most read posts on LLLC this week. Review of National Theatre production of Frankenstein: perhaps unsurprisingly given the popularity of the production when it was experienced live, this is LLLC’s most read post of the week. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, this powerful version of… Read More

REVIEW: Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

This sequel to the 2014 film feels as though it has a stronger narrative, while ensuring that there is still plenty of acton. It is always difficult to do a sequel to a story which seems to have reached its natural conclusion in the first film and it would be easy to be sceptical about… Read More

REVIEW: Can You Keep a Secret?

This charming romantic comedy based on the book by Sophie Kinsella is an easygoing and enjoyable watch. What makes Sophie Kinsella’s books such as Confessions of a Shopaholic so appealing is that the central character is always likeable and relatable – which is very much the case in this film adaptation of Can You Keep… Read More