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Review: H is for Happiness

Some weeks are more crowded than others with viewing options so H is for Happiness almost escaped my radar. Don’t let that happen to you! The synopsis – and my craving for a feel-good film – reeled me in: “Set in the colourful Australian coastal town of Albany, H IS FOR HAPPINESS is a classic feel-good film for all ages that will make you laugh, cry, and cheer with delight. Based on the award-winning book ‘My Life as an Alphabet’ by Barry Jonsberg, it is the genuinely heart-warming and unflinchingly honest story of one twelve-year-old’s determination to bring her family back from the brink and spark happiness in their lives.”

That pretty much sums it up. H is for Happiness is a delightful movie, starring two kids with extremely bright futures in the acting biz.

Sanctum

Sanctum is like a beautifully shot National Geographic special that would almost have you craving adventure if it weren’t for all the bloody, bloated bodies smashing against cave walls and floating through narrow passageways. Instead, you’ll be sitting on the edge of your seat, craving oxygen.