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"Without me, all that's left is you." - Birdman: or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance Review

I know it’s been a while – don’t worry, I haven’t neglected you.  Had some non-blog related issues to sort out.  Whilst I’ve probably missed the opportunity to see some recent summer blockbusters at the cinema, I decided to do a post-Oscar film catch-up, films that have been on my watchlist for weeks and only just got round to watching them. 1,553 more words


Where are we going this time? Is it the fifties? Or nineteen-ninety-nine?

Time is a funny thing. Especially when you can go back and change it Back to the Future style. But more British.

About Time tells the tale of Tim Lake ( 359 more words


Thoughts on: The Waters of Mars

In the first place, I thought this story was really well conceived. It was an inspired idea to show the Doctor stumbling upon the history of the future, important events in human history that are yet to happen. 956 more words

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Article Archive: Interview with Lindsay Duncan

Here is a pdf of an interview I did with the actress Lindsay duncan for Easyjet Traveller magazine some time ago. She was terrifying to interview, mainly because I’m a big fan of hers.

Michael Gambon Is Winston Churchill In ITV Drama Headed To PBS' Masterpiece

To the pantheon of PBS projects about the Churchills, add Churchill’s Secret, which will star Michael Gambon as Sir Winston Churchill.  Lindsay Duncan co-stars as Clementine Churchill in this ITV project, based on Jonathan Smith’s recently published book, … 336 more words

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Le Week-End (2013) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Le Week-End (2013) Directed by Roger Michell. With Jim Broadbent, Lindsay Duncan and Jeff Goldblum.

The poster for Le Week-End boasts “From the director of Notting Hill” as if that might in some way indicate a reassurance of cosy ground for fans of slushy fairytale romance. 353 more words

Film Reviews

Sketch: Lindsay Duncan, Hay Fever at the Noel Coward Theatre

For his masterly revival of Hay Fever, the first Noel Coward play staged at the Noel Coward Theatre, director Howard Davies assembled a phenomenal cast, headed by the “consistently first class” … 132 more words