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Ten of them – because, having begun my Shakespeare Year yesterday with a talk about Shakespearean villains, I’m in this kind of mood… 31 more words


Syriana (2005)

Actor Jeffrey Wright had maybe the best line in a movie that makes a very good political statement, “We need to have the appearance of due diligence.” Syriana is a movie that gives us an opinion on the complexities of the oil industry and what governments will do to sustain that resource, no matter the price. 764 more words


'Remember' Review: Oscar Winners Christopher Plummer & Martin Landau Drive Powerful Holocaust Revenge Thriller

Eighty-six-year-old Oscar winner Christopher Plummer ages up a bit in Remember as a 90-year-old World War II Auschwitz concentration camp survivor named Zev. He’s hell-bent on avenging the death of family members when he discovers the Nazi commandant responsible is still alive and living somewhere in America. 423 more words


Up (2009)


Up is a sweet animated film about an old man called Carl (Ed Asner) who uses his flying house to fulfill his dead wife’s wishes, with the help of a young boy called Russell (Jordan Nagai). 112 more words

Flavorwire’s Guide to Indie Movies You Need to See in February

February is a strange month for moviegoing, with studios tiptoeing past the January dumping ground to give us slightly offbeat comic-book movies (Deadpool), sequels ( 1,247 more words


The Sound of Music (2015)

A live broadcast of the popular musical was filmed and screened on the tv channel ITV around Christmas 2015. 348 more words


The Sound of Music review

I would like to tell you little about The Sound of music, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary last year.

For those who haven’t seen it. The Sound of Music is a 1965 American musical movie, which became a classic, directed by Robert Wise and starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. 178 more words