Category Archives: Film
We have come to Greenway, the summer home of Agatha Christie and her family. The property had been in the care of the National Trust for the last 10 years. it is a huge sight running down to the river.
I love mystery stories but this one was a struggle. Meet Rachel. Sad pathetic annoying Rachel. She managed to maintain that sad face for the entire film. Her performance was, in a word, blunt. My name’s Rachel and I’m an
Despite the critics saying “same old, same old” I loved it. I liked all the Bournes except the one with Jeremy Renner in it. Who thought that was a good idea? You can’t fool me. That wasn’t Matt Damon. I
I very much enjoyed the beginning of this film. It reminded me of elements of A Single Man which was a singularly excellent film. Geoffrey Rush’s performance is a worthy reason to see this film, and I enjoyed Jim Sturgess
Make the most of the intelligent and cunning look on Carrie’s face in the photo above, because you will not see it again. A rabbit caught in the car headlights has more composure than she exhibits as an alleged top
I found this to be a very enjoyable film. It certainly was popular as I couldn’t get into Gold Class and ended up on the side of the theatre watching on a rather disconcerting angle. It began well and I
The first thing I noticed about this poster, after I had seen the film, was that Anne Hathaway (‘Catwoman’ or perhaps ‘Catgirl’, or in an Australian version ‘Cat-person’) is not mentioned in the credits [note to Anne’s PR rep: “You’re