REVIEW: Judy

Rupert Goold’s fascinating and moving film charting Judy Garland’s final London performances and her ongoing struggles is consistently engaging to watch unfold. Powerfully moving, Rupert Goold’s film based on Peter Quilter’s play ‘End of the Rainbow’ effectively conveys the many different aspects of Judy Garland’s life and personality to heartbreaking effect thanks in huge part… Read More

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Review Round Up: Judy

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Rupert Goold’s film about Hollywood star Judy Garland. The Independent: **** “The film is smart, at least, to complicate Garland’s relationship with fame. She can yearn for a normal life, but there’s little hope she can ever escape her impulse to perform – it’s been nurtured in… Read More

Review Roundup: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Woohoo! Bridget Jones is back! As is Renee Zellweger who hasn’t appeared on screen for six years. So what have critics made of both the character and the actress’s return?  The Guardian: *** “This is the best way to end what can only can be described as the Bridget Jones franchise: something resembling a likeable,… Read More

Films to Look Out for the Rest of the Year

It might be July, but there are still lots of films to keep an eye out for during the second part of 2016. Here are some of Love London Love Culture’s favourites:  1.Cafe Society – the latest Woody Allen film starring Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg is getting a UK release, reportedly in September. Set in… Read More

First Impressions…Bridget Jones’s Baby Trailer

Our favourite singleton is back! A brand new film and brand new bump in Bridget’s life – so what can we tell from the first trailer of the film released today?  So Bridget is back to square one – single but at the same time judging by her new job loving life until she discovers… Read More