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Eye in the Sky & Foster Jenkins

It’s been a while since I wrote anything about the movies I have watched. It is because I haven’t seen one in a long time. But I compensated for it by watching two over the last week. 347 more words


In Praise of Mediocrity

Recently, I’ve been thinking about the quality of films. As a film blogger, it’s my duty to recommend the best films out there, and deter people away from the worst on offer. 438 more words


Laugh, Cry and Ponder: Florence Foster Jenkins

There are so many things about Florence Foster Jenkins that I can’t make up my mind about. It is well-acted and well-directed, and I keep pondering its scenes and its characters, trying yet failing to understand them. 586 more words

Florence Foster Jenkins

A beloved society woman, Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) and patron of the arts is convinced of her ability to sing opera like the greats, an opinion that’s given credence by the abiding support of her husband St. 626 more words


Streep: painfully cute in Florence Foster Jenkins

Florence Foster Jenkins is a very cool movie. I went to see it with my mom during a ‘Ladies Night’ at our local cinema, which was lovely. 467 more words


Florence Foster Jenkins

Rooms, costumes and people all look rather lovely. You’re in a hotel in 1944 New York City and then you’re in Carnegie Hall. It’s all bathed in luxury although reminders of World War 2 linger, in the shadows. 268 more words


Florence Foster Jenkins


The last time we saw the chameleon that is Meryl Streep in a musical role it was in Rikki and the Flash, where she managed to utterly convince as an ageing rocker with a troublesome daughter. 467 more words