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Amazon.co.uk Widgets I hadn’t planned to write about actors specifically, as my intent was to focus on certain key films and directors. However, as this is also a personal journal it should reflect its author to some extent and those who … Continue reading
It has got to be one of the most eagerly anticipated Blu-ray releases of all time and finally, almost 5 years since the hidef format launched, Apocalypse Now has been released almost a year to the day after The Godfather: … Continue reading
Having heard the controversy surrounding Kick-Ass due to its portrayal of graphic violence involving a minor I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I sat down to watch it for the first time. I’d actually delayed watching it over … Continue reading
It’s been 10 years since Richard Kelly’s admirable and ambitious directorial debut Donnie Darko was released to an unsuspecting cinema audience with its blend of teenage angst and paranoid schizophrenia it has become a cult movie for anyone familiar with … Continue reading
The Sound of Music was not one of my parents’ favourite things so, consequently, I do not have any fond childhood memories of it as I have for the Wizard of Oz or Chitty Chitty Bang Bang which were always Christmas … Continue reading
The Baader Meinhof Complex attempts to chronicle in its 150 minute running time the entire decade which saw the rise and fall of the Red Army Faction (RAF), Germany’s most notorious terrorist group. The film is produced and co-written by … Continue reading
Amazon.co.uk Widgets Woody Allen has been writing and directing a new film project each a year for the last half a century, he has also acted in many of them, although in recent years he usually takes a smaller role, providing the comic … Continue reading
It has been a long time coming but the moment has finally arrived – you can see Svengali in the cinema from today! Don’t worry if it’s not showing at a cinema near you because it can be downloaded from iTunes right … Continue reading
I think Disney’s 1951 version of Alice in Wonderland is not only my preferred adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice stories but probably my favourite cartoon from the studio’s “Golden Age” of colour animation feature films which began with Snow White in 1937; although it … Continue reading