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Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Dir. Tim Burton
Premiered December 3, 2007

This is going to sound weird, but this is the hardest review I’ve had to write for this project. 594 more words


Fight Club

Neorealism in cinema is a movement that tends to share similarities with reality. Through its minimal aesthetics, such as the neutral camera styles (mostly medium and wide shots), neorealism is known to approach the daily life issues. 654 more words

Reviewing Legacy

London 2014

We first visited London in 1990, our first trip abroad. Up until 2014, we had not returned, despite having a wonderful time. We decided to go back and see more of London, and then go on by train to Paris, with a final destination in Normandy, where I planned to leave some of my mother’s ashes on my father’s grave in the American Military Cemetery. 1,063 more words


The tricky business of life and love at 'Howard's End'

If you asked me what is it that makes Forster’s “Howard’s End” stand out, I would have to say: nothing.

Yet this ‘nothing’ encompasses so many somethings. 642 more words


Emma Thompson age, children, husband Greg Wise and what happened with Kenneth Branagh?

Emma Thompson has revealed that her heartbreaking Love Actually scene in which her character realises her husband has been unfaithful was made easier by her own personal experience. 730 more words


My Favorite Scene: Fight Club (1999) "Welcome to Fight Club"

“How much can you know about yourself if you’ve never really been in a fight?” Brad Pitt asks it of Edward Norton shortly after they meet, and people (particularly men) have been asking each other the question ever since David Fincher’s 1999 anarchic masterpiece was released.   470 more words


Great Expectations (2012)

Director: Mike Newell

Writer: David Nicholls (Screenplay) Charles Dickens (Novel)

Starring: Toby Irvine, Ralph Fiennes, Jason Flemyng, Sally Hawkins, William Ellis, David Walliams, Jeremy Irvine, Helena Bonham Carter… 493 more words