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The Borderline Film Festival is an absolutely splendid festival that straddles the spine of the Welsh Marches. It is an opportunity, once a year, to be able to feast your eyes on a huge selection of films, some old, some new, and many from across the world.
It's got gore, nudity and superhero in-jokes galore - plus - they even talk to the camera to make some of them really obvious! thank goodness that Deadpool is played by Ryan Reynolds's in this fourth-wall-smashing Marvel movie.
This February, Flicks in the Sticks, the touring cinema branch of Arts Alive, is taking big screen films to rural communities throughout Shropshire including Claverely, Leintwardine and Longden, showcasing films from Wild Tales to A Walk In The Woods and Ex Machina.
Todd Haynes's latest feature is a subtle, moving and deceptive story of two women (brilliantly played by Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) who refuse to live against "their own grain".
There were yelps, tears and a lot of stress while watching Everest at Cineworld in Shrewsbury and a sleepless night ensued.
The charismatic Hardy is a tour de force as both handsome tough guy Reg and psychopath tearaway Ron, carrying a tale of the brutal London gangster twins.
Guy Ritchie has brought his usual brand of slick cinema direction and screenwriting to revamp The Man from UNCLE, now showing at Cineworld Shrewsbury.
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