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Review: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

Having finally gotten around to seeing this film, I can enjoy some of the best acting talent Britain has to offer. That, and feel a little bewildered. 313 more words


Review - A Most Wanted Man

Watching Anton Corbijn’s A Most Wanted Man, I felt a constant pang of sadness at the knowledge that, when the movie ended, there would be no more opportunities to see the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman demonstrating his incomparable talent as an actor.  744 more words



Hey look it’s Pierre Blanchar! (See comments for correction.) With Louis Jouvet in Salonican drag. What gives?

I have a Pabst-related gig, so I’m watching Pabst films. 414 more words



Welcome stranger, are ye here for the festival? Seriously, my first post with real content is A Study In Contrasts, but you dear reader deserve a special welcome for finding your way to this blog. 162 more words


A Most Wanted Man (Cinema Screening)

(Spoiler free)

So once again one of John Le Carre’s spy novels has been adapted for the big screen. The only other adaptation I have seen is Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and I wasn’t a fan. 601 more words

Cinema Screenings