Directed by Francis Lawrence. Summary This is going to be one of those reviews where someone reads the book and then sees the movie and doesn’t like it very much. Details I read Robinson Crusoe for the first time when Continue reading I am Legend
by David Lynch (1999) on amazon.co.uk Aw, heck, I dunno. It’s kinda down to Earth and charming, but also plain and slow-moving. And sure, that was deliberate, it wanted to tell a simple, powerful story in the terms of its Continue reading The Straight Story
Directed by Steven Soderbergh (2007) imdb I really, really loved 12, despite the Mockney accent. I thought the script was just immaculate. I think I’m in a minority on that. Anyhow, I really hated this one, with its witless Godfather Continue reading Ocean’s 13
by Quentin Tarantino (2004) on imdb Speaking of not having read Hamlet, did you see that awful Tarantino quote recently? Something along the lines of “I mean, I haven’t read any Shakespeare, but people are keep comparing me to him, Continue reading Kill Bill (Vol 2)
by Tom Stoppard (1990) I just can’t decide how I feel about this. Part brilliant, part awful, my most bipolar experience since Everything and More. I guess I should ‘fess up that I’ve never actually seen or read Hamlet, either, Continue reading Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
It’s summertime again, even in sodden old England, and that means it’s festival season. True to its image as one of the newer and smaller festivals in the UK, Latitude had a good-natured crowd, diverse music – albeit without many Continue reading Latitude
The battle within. Director: Sam Raimi Writers: Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi Starring: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst. That review again in full: Pants. Rating: 3/10 for the special effects. I want my 2 hours back.