Monthly Archives: September 2011

Drive – Make sure your seatbelt is fastened

As I sit here listening to Drive‘s excellent soundtrack, I’m unable to help my mixed feelings when I think about the film itself. I had avoided reviews (which, on reflection, may have been a bad thing) but the buzz surrounding … Continue reading

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Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – 2011

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy has undergone a bit of a transformation over the years. When an adaptation appeared on the small screen back in 1979, it was a mere five years after the publication of John le Carré’s novel. In … Continue reading

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Priest – plus Paul Bettany and the Dan Brown Legacy

When Paul Bettany took on the role of the mad monk in The Da Vinci Code back in 2006, he may as well have signed a contract that said he would play every mad monk going on the big screen … Continue reading

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Fright Night 3D – ‘He’s not broody or lovesick…he’s the shark from Jaws!’

Before I embark on a review of Fright Night 3D, I must begin with a couple of disclaimers. I should point out that this is not a review for experts in horror movies. I’m lucky enough to count the odd … Continue reading

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