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Emma Hargan
The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 41

The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 41

I DON’T KNOW if the creators of Disney Pixar are lifesavers or need to be shot. I mean, Finding Nemo has been a God send with my two and gives me a few moments peace when ...

Alan Grant
Review: Us

Review: Us

THERE WAS A LOT working in favour of Us as it made its way to UK cinemas. Not only is it the spiritual successor to the excellent Get Out, and stars Lupita Nyong’o of Black Panther and 12 Years A Slave, but it’s ...

Emma Hargan
The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 40

The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 40

ANOTHER NEW WEEK and the kids are growing up so fast, I can see the changes in them every day even though I spend every wakening minute with them. The biggest changes are in Lily ...

Alan Grant
Review: Fisherman’s Friends

Review: Fisherman’s Friends

WITH A TITLE like Fisherman’s Friends hilarity cannot be far away, surely? It's a movie title that really opens itself up for some, if not particularly original, gags – mostly revolving around the fact that it can refer to ...

Emma Hargan
The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 39

The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 39

HAPPY PADDY’S DAY to all! It’s been all go this week with the Grandparents over again, meaning Jamie and Lily have been enjoying the usual spoiling and days out. James and I managed to reacquaint ...

Alan Grant
Review: The Aftermath

Review: The Aftermath

BASED ON Rhidian Brook’s book of the same name, The Aftermath drops its audience into the ruined city of Hamburg five months after the end of the second world war. Amid the shattered lives, destroyed ...

Emma Hargan
 The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 38

The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 38

ALL UPS and no downs this week thankfully. Although a few tears. No, not Jamie or Lily – me! I got a phone call from the local nursery to say they are holding the enrolment evening next ...

Alan Grant
Review: Captain Marvel

Review: Captain Marvel

EVER SINCE her insignia appeared in the post-credits scene of Avengers: Infinity War  the arrival of Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel, has been eagerly anticipated by fans of the hottest genre in modern cinema – ...

Emma Hargan
The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 37

The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 37

AH, THE FIRST uneventful week in, err, well forever! The kids have been great this week. They’ve both slept all night, every night. Jamie has been spending more time playing with Lily. No issues with ...

Brian Monteith
Artists who seek to control ticket sales are agents of the Bully State

Artists who seek to control ticket sales are agents of the Bully State

MY TICKETS to see Gladys Knight at London’s Albert Hall in June arrived today. I was fortunate to see her in Dallas last year and my wife and I enjoyed it so much she bought ...

Emma Hargan
The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 36

The Mummy Diaries: Two babies – Week 36

POOR GRANNY is away home for a rest! Jamie was up at 5.00am pretty much every morning for the last fortnight and I think my Mum was about to go mad if she had to ...

Alan Grant
Review: The Lego Movie 2

Review: The Lego Movie 2

WHEN THE EDITOR of ThinkScotland asked me to review The Lego Movie 2, he added that we are fortunate enough to attract a readership that includes a fair number of parents. The point of this aside was ...