Don’t tell me you missed the fact this year, this February in fact, we are celebrating 100 years of Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp. Kid Auto Races… 444 more words
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Has Your Mum Upset You Again? Interview with Romanian Actor BOGDAN DUMITRACHE About THE CHILD'S POSE
Buster Keaton’s The General (1927) goes on theatrical release this Friday – which should be cause for celebration and mass ticket-buying among all of you. However, if you are a regular reader of this blog, you have probably seen this classic, poll-bestriding Civil War caper before, very possibly in the dim and distant. 829 more words
Throughout February and March BFI Southbank will celebrate the career of one of the world’s most popular living stage and screen actors, Al Pacino.
Starring in some of the most iconic roles of all time, Pacino’s illustrious career has seen spanned from such classics as The Godfather Trilogy (1972, 1974 & 1990), Scarface (1983), and Serpico (1973) to Sea of Love (1989), Scent of a Woman (1992) and Insomnia (2001). 115 more words
This was a superb TV adaptation which was far better than expected – I had seen a few clips before.
Stanley Baker shows us a Rochester who lives in torment but who also has some humour as you see the love between him and Jane (Daphne Slater, who plays her from childhood, and is excellent) develop. 373 more words