Nixdminx
The life and times of a happy go lucky blogger in London
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Big Eyes

We’ve seen these kitschy images of waif children almost everywhere over the years. Loved by Warhol, they were never elevated into upper realms of art world and remain gauchely mainstream. In keeping with their mass appeal, the paintings now have a major Hollywood film made about them. However, it’s the true story of the iconic […]

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FROZEN

On the morning of Sunday 17th November, we headed out to a preview screening of Frozen in Leicester Square. As we turned the corner we were surprised to see it was transformed into a winter wonderland with snow, reindeer and ice sculptures to celebrate the release of the film, Norway andloosely based on ‘The Snow […]

Unhappy Birthday hails itself as a no budget movie and has an intriguing synopsis (below) and like Sightseers, it’s a grotesque pastiche of Britain rather than a gentle drama, so be warned but prepared for a Tales of the Unexpected meets Hammer Horror type tale… A surprise birthday party becomes a living nightmare for city-dwelling […]

"OZ: THE GREAT AND POWERFUL"

James Franco, left; Michelle Williams, right

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The Wizard of Oz was one of the most memorable films of my childhood and remains so to this day. I loved the books and the author L Frank Baum was himself quite an amazing character. He started writing about the age of 10 and would self publish by typesetting and printing his own short […]

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It’s been 10 years since the Ice Age franchise first sprang to the screen heralding a new era in movie making which brought with it fantastic animations such as Toy Story, Monsters Inc., Madagascar and The Incredibles. The poignant story line of the first film Ice Age; where a group of animals reunite a child […]

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hunger games

It’s not often a film comes along that captures the mood of our time, and touches enough of a raw nerve to cause controversy – that’s especially so when it’s a filmed aimed at teens. Once coveted as a popular series of books, The Hunger Games has now gone on global release in the cinema […]

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Scotland and Pixar are not a likely marriage, but that’s all set to change with the new animation, Brave, due out later this year. For the first time in Pixar film, there is a girl (Merida) as the heroine and protagonist. This new but not unexpected development appears to be part of a growing trend. […]

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Here’s a sneak preview of Horrid Henry The Movie which I took on set. It’s by no means the finished article and we can’t wait to see the final version. This scene was being filmed at Hampton Court House and Richard E Grant, who is in character as the school Headmaster, is on the stage. […]

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If you’ve got kids, no doubt you have a few well thumbed copies of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid cult books, based on the New York Times cartoon series, lying around the house. The appeal is that they’re not just funny, but full of caustic humour and flawed characters of all ages. It was […]

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There’s nothing like seeing your favourite book become a TV series and then a big movie. For thousands, if not millions, of kids who have enjoyed the Horrid Henry series of books and the cartoons, Horrid Henry: The Movie will be an unmissable big movie experience. We were lucky enough to be invited to watch […]

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After much giggling and the odd tear shed, I have drawn a line in the sand and placed a bet with Miniminx for £100 (of Game of Life money I might add). The best is over whether she can sit through the film Lassie Come Home without shedding a tear. I don’t think for a […]

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Remember Tron? Well here’s a reminder if you don’t; wasn’t it great? And another one is coming out soon, 28 years after the first one. This is one film I can’t wait to see, TRON Legacy. Jeff Bridges, one of my favourite actors reprises his role as Flynn; and he’s been stuck in void for […]

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I went to see Eclipse; in fact I was lucky enough to be at the London gala premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square. I fell in love with the whole Twilight saga and swiftly caught up on the other two movies from the series. Robert Pattinson and Kirsten Stewart are the new Johnny Depp and […]

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We’re really looking forward to seeing Toy Story 3 and will be heading down to Leicester Square to catch an early showing next week. GROOVIN‘ WITH KEN UK Release Date: July 21, 2010 Director: Lee Unkrich Producer: Darla K. Anderson What’s the story in this long awaited episode? As Andy prepares to depart for college, […]

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