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Film Friday

Film Friday

A weekly Movie Moment that brings the Bible to life.

Film Friday: Johnny English Strikes Back

When some nastardly, dastardly so-and-so decides to hack into British intelligence and reveal the identities of every single British agent there is only one thing for it. Bring back the … Read on

Film Friday: A Star is Born

‘Trust me. I’m going to sing it anyway all you have to do is join in.’ When rock star Jackson meets Ally after one of his concerts he ends up … Read on

Film Friday Classic: A Bronx Tale

Local gangster Sonny rules the streets and wants to keep everyone on his pay list. He offers Lorenzo a job, but the law-abiding father unexpectedly turns it down. Lorenzo drives … Read on

Film Friday: Marvellous

When Neil Baldwin loses his job as a circus clown he goes looking for other work. First he takes it on himself to be a one man welcoming body at … Read on

Film Friday: The Children Act

Fiona is a brilliant judge so caught up with her work that she cannot see how much her marriage is on the rocks. When her husband Jack tells her he … Read on

Film Friday: Christopher Robin

‘Your life is happening now, right in front of you,’ Christopher’s wife Evelyn tells him. But the grown up and married Christopher Robin is distracted doing what all the rest … Read on

Film Friday: Swimming with Men

Eric is having a mid-life crisis, his days are grey, his work unfulfilling, his family life a struggle. What to do… what to do? The swimming pool is often his … Read on

Film Friday: Mission Impossible – Fallout

To be honest here, I was not looking forward to watching Tom Cruise’s latest wham-bam actioner. After all, in this age of Marvel and Star Wars and who-knows-how-many-more action franchises, … Read on

Film Friday: A Quiet Place

Following an alien invasion Lee and Evelyn have to do everything they can to protect their family from the deadly alien predators. They have one huge problem, the aliens cannot … Read on

Film Friday: The Bookshop

It is 1959, and Florence Green decides she would like to open a bookshop in a small village. Even if no one else likes the idea. She is determined and … Read on

Film Friday: The Book Club

For Diane Vivian Sharon and Carol, life has not gone as they planned. They had high hopes for love and have all found themselves ambushed in one way or another. … Read on

Film Friday: Edie

There is a defining moment in the film Edie when Edie is in her local café eating a quiet chip supper. She asks her friend behind the counter if it’s … Read on

Film Friday: Oceans 8

When Debbie Ocean is released from prison she promises not to contact any of her crooked friends. Yes. And pigs might fly. Whilst doing porridge she has been plotting her … Read on

Film Friday: On Chesil Beach

When Edward and Florence first meet, at a CND meeting (not the most romantic of places!) it is love at first sight. They fall deeply for each other, embark on … Read on

Film Friday: That Good Night

Ralph is not well and not happy. His relationship with his son Michael has always been strained. When he invites Michael for a meal so he can talk about his … Read on

Film Friday: The Leisure Seeker

When Will drops around to his parents’ house to take his mum to a hospital appointment he discovers the place is empty, and their Recreational Vehicle, The Leisure Seeker, is … Read on

Film Friday: Journey’s End

When newly arrived officer Raleigh appears on the front line in the same battalion as his old friend Stanhope the two are in for a shock. The hard-drinking Stanhope is … Read on

Film Friday: The Mercy

When Donald Crowhurst hears of the Sunday Times challenge to circumnavigate the globe single-handedly he decides to take up the challenge, even though he has little experience of this kind … Read on

Film Friday: Wonder Wheel

When Carolina walks back into Jenny’s and Humpty’s lives there is trouble at t’mill. Or rather, at the fairground, at the carousel and the Wonder Wheel. Carolina had previously married … Read on

Film Friday: Mary Magdalene

When Jesus visits Magdala a young woman there, Mary, hears him teaching and is drawn to follow him. So she gets baptised and becomes one of his disciples. Jesus was … Read on

Film Friday: Peter Rabbit

When old Mr McGregor pops his clogs chasing Peter and his sisters (Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-tail), young Mr McGregor comes out from the city to take up residence. He’s not … Read on

Film Friday: Denial

David Irving is a renowned historian and writer who denies the holocaust. He decides to sue author and historian Deborah Lipstadt for libel, for comments she has made about him … Read on