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Category Archives: Sunday Afternoon Movie

Sunday Afternoon Movie: Shaun The Sheep Movie

0 Submitted by on Sun, 24 May 2015, 16:00
Aardman returns for their latest stop-motion feature and it might just be their best work to date. Shaun The Sheep makes his long awaited big scene debut, having started life in Wallace and Gromit’s A Close Shave, Shaun went on to star in his very own hit series. Sunday Afternoon is the perfect time to indulge your childish side, but Continue Reading...
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Sunday Afternoon Movie: Million Dollar Arm [2014]

0 Submitted by on Sun, 17 May 2015, 15:35
The underdog sporting movie is a staple of The Sunday Afternoon Movie Club, where else can you get the highs, the lows and the occasionally based on a true story feel goods. Jon Hamm leads the cast in this pleasing mix of Slumdog Millionaire, Jerry Maguire and Invincible. Million Dollar Arm tells the true story of sports agent J. B. Continue Reading...
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Sunday Afternoon Movie: Krull [1983]

0 Submitted by on Sun, 10 May 2015, 16:00
The movies of my youth are made up from a rich tapestry of 80s classics, forgettable action fodder and straight up oddities. Krull is a movie that has fallen through the cultural cracks, Krull is the sort of flick that those of a certain age will remember fondly, despite its debatable quality. The 80s produced some landmark adventure movies; the Continue Reading...
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Sunday Afternoon Movie: Sidekicks [1992]

0 Submitted by on Sun, 15 March 2015, 21:36
The work of Chuck Norris doesn’t feature on these pages very often, and with good reason. His absence is mostly down to the fact that I’m worried if I bad mouth Chuck a fist will launch out of my computer screen and kill me in the face. There’s a lot of killing people in the face in the classic movies Continue Reading...
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Sunday Afternoon Movie: Saving Mr Banks

0 Submitted by on Sun, 08 February 2015, 18:30
Sometimes what goes on behind the scenes on a major motion picture is every bit as enthralling, dramatic and emotional as the film itself. This week, we’re taking Saving Mr Banks for a spin on The Sunday Afternoon Movie. The story of Walt Disney’s decades long pursuit to adapt PL Travers’s bestseller is a well-known one, the author of Mary Poppins Continue Reading...
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