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
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
A quick review of David Yates' The Legend of Tarzan second trailer.
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
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.
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