TV Review: Des (miniseries) | A Chilling Story and Performance

I was browsing for something to watch, in fact I was planning to check out Monsterland's pilot episode to see if it is a series I could watch. But then I saw David Tennant (Good Omens, Jessica Jones) on the poster for this and forgot my plans. This three part miniseries is directed by Lewis … Continue reading TV Review: Des (miniseries) | A Chilling Story and Performance

The Program | Cycling made interesting

The Program is an Odyssey of Lance Armstrong’s career, from his very first Tour de France to his downfall. The story follows an Irish sport journalist, David Walsh, that becomes convinced that Armstrong’s performances are fueled by banned substances. Walsh then starts hunting for evidence that will expose Armstrong. Stephen Frears’ film made cycling exciting, … Continue reading The Program | Cycling made interesting

Fifty Shades of Grey | A bit cheesy but not that bad

Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and is based on the internationally best-selling book of the same name. The movie stars Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Marcia Gay Harden, Jennifer Ehle, Eloise Mumford, Victor rasuk & Max Martini.  Premise: Literature student Anastasia Steele’s life changes forever when she meets handsome, yet tormented, billionaire Christian Grey. Review: I never wanted to … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Grey | A bit cheesy but not that bad