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Thoughts on a Bookish Film Duo: Paddington and Paddington 2

About the Films:

Paddington:

After a deadly earthquake destroys his home in Peruvian rainforest, a young bear (Ben Whishaw) makes his way to England in search of a new home. 599 more words

Books

Q&A: A Very English Scandal with Ben Whishaw, Hugh Grant, Russell T Davies & Stephen Frears

WHERE: BAFTA

WHEN: 18/4/18, 3 episodes start on BBC1 in May

‘Join the Liberals and widen your circle,’ jokes Hugh Grant to many laughs during this star-studded Q&A after a world premiere screening of the first of three episodes of… 602 more words

Q&A

'Hills and Mountains', and 'The Social Construction of Reality'

Movies in certain categories I avoid on a prejudice beyond argument:

  • Anything with Hugh Grant .
  • Anything set in Wales.
  • Comedies of village life.
  • Edwardian period pieces – actually it’s set in 1917, close enough; and I’ve just realised that no period in the UK after 1911 is characterised by the name of a monarch.
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REVIEWS.

Notting Hill

I don’t ever get tired of seeing this movie. I’ve seen it so many times and in different languages too. The reason that I love this film is not because of the totally awesome cast, but because the story naturally flows. 71 more words

Wednesday Table of Urania 18.4.18 "funny bones"

These are my favorite comedians not action stars! Very few actors can make me laugh- these four are amongst them! The fifth one is Sir Alfred Hitchcock, I watched a TV series hosted by him, and honestly the way he made me laugh Charlie Chaplin can’t make me laugh like that! 450 more words

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Notting Hill

An utterly sweet, but quite unrealistic depicting about the love between a super moviestar Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) and a travelbook salesman William Thacker (Hugh Grant). 274 more words

Opinion

April 4, 2018 - Dallas to New Orleans AA #2397

Seat 15D (Exit Aisle)
My seat mate was a Hugh Grant lookalike. British as well. Not sure of his name, but I will call him Toby and he was headed to an email marketing conference. 109 more words

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