Tag Archives: Donald Sutherland

The Hunger Games – nails it

It’s not often that I’m so keen to see a movie or, for that matter, so anxious. The reason for both in this instance is simple – I adore Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games (and its two sequels even … Continue reading

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The Eagle – a review

I find films about Rome and Romans very difficult to resist. Just as well, then, that I am able to suspend disbelief in good two-hour chunks. This was particularly vital for my viewing of The Eagle this weekend. Based on … Continue reading

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