Diamonds are forever, so the saying goes, and when you’re Debbie Ocean planning the heist of the century while languishing in jail, ensures nothing can go wrong
Suffragette is no pretty period drama its Director Sarah Gavron making a point that the woman’s equality movement is a struggle both contemporary and ongoing
Helena Bonham Carter is definitely a character actor par excellence. In a BBC production for television she plays the indomitable author Enid Blyton, who clearly lived in a world of fantasy the one she created for other children, but not in any sort of world of reality with her own.
Les Misérables is a story about, for and of the people, their hopes and dreams which are best expressed in the musical finale’s song Do You Hear The People Sing
The sets and stunning settings for The King’s Speech take us all back to an epoch when people really knew how to live at every level and had the ready necessary and style to do it. The critics certainly all agree. The King’s Speech is a movie with style to burn and a script of wonderfully witty dialogue that resonates with just the right amount of emotion to draw us in.