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Get Ready For 'Sunset at the Villa Thalia' / National Theatre

“I think they’ll be seduced by a summer’s day in Greece,” says Elizabeth McGovern about the new play Sunset at the Villa Thalia at the… 89 more words


Death at Downton Abbey: S1 Ep 3

It shocked audiences with a scandalous plot twist that would haunt the characters for seasons to come and it sparked fierce debate amongst viewers, but the third episode of Downton Abbey’s first season is pivotal for another reason: it showcases female strength, a theme that would unfold throughout the series. 1,012 more words

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PREVIEW: Sunset at the Villa Thalia, National Theatre

Alexi Kaye Campbell’s new play directed by Simon Godwin will run at the National Theatre’s Dorfman Theatre from the 25th May until the 4th August. 283 more words


Woman in Gold - A little review - (2015)

I’m watching the ‘Woman in Gold’ and although the cast is marvellous, I can’t help but feel that it’s the same story all over again. 321 more words

Film Reviews

Ordinary People (1980, Robert Redford)

Two really big things to talk about with Ordinary People. The technical filmmaking–John Bailey’s beautiful, muted photography, Jeff Kanew’s actually peerless editing, Redford’s direction in general–and then Timothy Hutton’s performance, his place in the film, Redford’s direction of Hutton in particular. 539 more words


Vintage Cable Box: "Lovesick", 1983

“It was a little experiment, that’s all. I never meant it to become an industry.”

“Lovesick”, 1983 (Dudley Moore), Warner Bros./The Ladd Company

Mr. Zuckerman is a strange case. 735 more words


TV Series Review: Downton Abbey

In late 2012, I checked out the first series of Downton Abbey from my public library. I can honestly say I don’t remember what piqued my curiosity about the show to the point where I checked it out, but I’m so glad I did. 689 more words