Christopher Isherwood is not an unfamiliar name to me but contrary to most / some, it was not synonymous with famous inspirational and / or influential homosexual author, no. It was the name of the guy that wrote the book A Single Man was based on. Prior familiarity with the name existed in a semi-conscious … Continue reading Christopher and His kind | A mix of sexuality, socio-economic backgrounds, and a dash politics
TV Review: His Dark Materials (S1) | Deft and Skill in Book Adaptation
In 2007 I know watched The Golden Compass with Dakota Blue Richads (Skins), Nicole Kidman (Paddington, Railway, Sleep) & Daniel Craig (Spectre) - who in my mind was Hugh Jackman. I remember liking the film enough but at the same time I knew that there wouldn't be a sequel. This time around Enola Holmes' screenwriter … Continue reading TV Review: His Dark Materials (S1) | Deft and Skill in Book Adaptation
Trailer | The Legend of Tarzan
A quick review of David Yates' The Legend of Tarzan second trailer.
The Danish Girl | Review
Loosely based on the lives of Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener, The Danish Girl tells the story of Transgender pioneer, Einar Wegener , in 1926 Copenhagen. Going in I only new three things about the cast and crew, Les Miserables and The King’s Speech Tom Hooper directed it, and that Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander starred in it. … Continue reading The Danish Girl | Review
In The Heart Of The Sea | Final Trailer
Review: The film looks epic, a great adventure to experience in the theatres. The talent alone peaked my interest but this trailer sealed the deal.
Spectre | Trailer 2
Reation: Wouah, I was blown away by the trailer. The movie looks amazing, there’s a lot of action and a dash of mystery in the trailer alone. The action scenes look impressive and great. The trailer doesn’t give too much away about the storyline. It looks action pack and dramatic, I can’t wait to see … Continue reading Spectre | Trailer 2
007 Spectre | TV Spot #1