Tags » Bruce Robinson

Pulling Focus: Withnail and I (1987)

Pulling Focus: Withnail and I (1987)26 NOVEMBER 2016 FEATURES, REVIEWS BY SHANE SCOTT-TRAVIS

“The best British comedy ever made? Possibly. A masterpiece? Unquestionably.”– Ali Catterall, Film4… 302 more words

They All Love Jack

Read 14/11/2016-29/11/2016

Rating: 5 stars

I bought this because I heard that it was viscerally angry in its refutation of the myth of Jack the Ripper. 2,752 more words

Book Review

Withnail and I

Withnail and I (1987) is one of the great British comedies. It is at once both a “city boys can’t handle country life” romp and a “British politeness is crippling” commentary, mixed in with drugs, sexuality, and a chicken. 343 more words

Entertainment

Film director Bruce Robinson brands audience 'a load of UKIP cunts' during talk 

‘It was unbelievable,’ reports a visitor to the arts festival, which is held at the Cornish estate of the late 10th Earl of St Germans, a louche friend of Prince Charles.’Robinson was clearly drunk and his talk was such a shambles that members of the audience started booing.’ 52 more words

Withnail & I

Withnail and I...

Dir: Bruce Robinson, 1986

7/10

They say that if you can remember the sixties then you weren’t really there.

Towards the end of the decade, two out of work actors, the permanently inebriated Withnail (Richard E. 402 more words

XL Popcorn - Withnail & I / Written On The Wind

We appear to be in the home stretch here. The pain is not as it once was, but it still means I can not type for longer than a few minutes without my wrist hurting or my fingers from going numb. 921 more words

In Progress

Throwback Thursday: 'Withnail & I' (1987)

Withnail (Richard E. Grant) and I (Paul McGann) attempt to do the washing up. 16 more words

Film