I loved The Force Awakens last year, and was looking forward to this new offering.
Being a Star Wars fan (I’ve got a 20 yr old son). I hoped it would be a roller coaster of iMax 3D madness.
I’m not saying it was terrible. It wasn’t but it didn’t blow me away like the previous one did. It just lacked something. Perhaps because it was a caveat. A side story, an add on.
It’s no match for such epics as The Hobbit, LOTR, and previous Star Wars films.
I’m sure I’ll get to watch it another hundred times. This will change mum’s wrong opinion. If Connor and Paul get their way. They loved the film.
Totally! Just shows that we all love different things. I love that.
Review is further down the page
So I found it! The review was hiding but I managed to dig it out, thanks to all who came to watch me at this early hour
100 years: Bernard Reynolds – Sculptor
Curated in conjunction with the Reynolds family
20 March – 6 May
UCS is proud to present a retrospective exhibition of the work of Bernard Reynolds in the centenary year of his birth. Works from the Reynolds family private collection will be featured, including previously unseen drawings and photographs.
The exhibition will be supported by a series of Curator talks and Guest lectures:-
Curators talks 21 March 14:00-15:00 and 22 April 14:00-15:00
Clotilde Wang ‘Bernard Reynolds founder of Norwich 20’ – 25 March 18:00-19:00
Robert Short ‘Bernard Reynolds and Surrealism’ – 29 April 15:30-16:30
Final year UCS student Wendie Alexander has written a piece on the opening of the exhibition. Read ‘Bernard Reynolds – 100 Years. A Retrospective’ here
Guided Walk in Ipswich review, September 2015
This is the first of my reviews for the website Ipswich Town & Waterfront for this academic year. It was great fun and I was hoping to write a review that encouraged readers to go out and try the walk. I wanted to show that it was not just for oldies but for all age groups.