Annabelle Comes Home directed by Gary Dauberman; starring McKenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Michael Cimino, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson; written by Gary Dauberman and James Wan Desiring to contact her dead father, the best friend of the Warren’s babysitter unleashes an evil spirit. Finally, this spin-off of a weak franchise delivers a decent […]
The legendary Jeremy Irons and Eileen Atkins read the classic poem The Waste Land by T. S. Eliot. It was first broadcast on 30 March 2012, on BBC Radio 4. Such an amazing recording of an extraordinary poem!
Acorn TV, The British based streaming service will serve up a new slate of programming for August including a drama featuring Lucy Lawless MY LIFE IS MURDER; making its US and Canadian premiere beginning Mon., August 5. See the full lineup bellow. Monday, August 5 MY LIFE IS MURDER, Eps 1 & 2 (Exclusive U.S. […]
Even though it seems to run out of steam sometimes, Vita & Virginia is still a touching, if dispassionate, love story that does right by its subjects.
This was seen during previews. Changes may occur in the final version of the production Tennessee Williams hasn’t quite had a revival to rival Arthur Miller but there is something reassuring about having a Williams on in the summertime. James MacDonald is the latest director to tackle The Night of the Iguana, perhaps best known […]
★★☆☆☆ Compared to many authors, Virginia Woolf has fared relatively well on screen. Eileen Atkins’ one-woman stage show, A Room of One’s Own, that was later filmed for TV, was terrific. Then back in 2002, Nicole Kidman gave an Oscar-winning performance in The Hours (the prosthetic nose that aided her has sadly yet to be […]
ALADDIN ★★ ☆☆☆Directed by Guy Ritchie. Starring Mena Massoud, Will Smith, Naomi Scott, Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Nasim PedradRitchie's deeply peculiar take on a 1990s classic. The two romantic leads (Massoud and Scott) are charming and the best songs survive unharmed. But the ambience is that of Arabian-themed family restaurant combined with an underdeveloped episode […]
Movies Men behaving badly: why cinema’s great hellraisers were a breed apart Rip Torn belonged to a high-spirited tradition that was fuelled by too much booze and testosterone. Like it or not, we may never see their like again Rip Torn, who died this week, was raising hell well into his 70s. Photograph: Susan Wood/Getty […]
Chanya Button offers an episode of Virginia Woolf's life and the creation of her novel & # 39; Orlando & # 39 ;. By Thomas Sotinel Posted yesterday at 8:00 AM, updated yesterday at 9:50 AM Time for Read 3 minutes. Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki) and Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton) Gemma Arterton PYRAMID FILMS THE […]
Vita and Virginia by Chanya Button is a literary biopic doesn’t do justice to its iconic protagonists.
TPreviously, wo stars were known to show Virginia Woolf's complex figure: Eileen Atkins and Nicole Kidman, receiving Oscar for The Hours in 2002, despite having to wear an unusual false nose. Atkins did not have a prostitute in his TV show One A Room of One in 1991, and in stage play Vita & Virginia […]