Tag Archives: Rachel Weisz

Reviews/Films – “All At Sea Story Springs A Leak” – The Mercy – Sunday 18th February

With a plethora of powerhouse motion picture performances between them seemingly pointing to “The Mercy” being a formidable film and a worthy watch, what we instead found, despite the might of both Colin Firth & Rachel Weisz, was a banal sea-based biopic that lacked, as did the ordinary outcome, sufficient wind in its sails to save this sinking ship of… Read more »

Reviews/Films – “Must Have’s & Mishap’s” – Film Newsletter One – Friday 7th April

Reviewing recent DVD releases from the amazing “A United Kingdom” to the lousy “The Light Between Oceans”, then the divine “Deepwater Horizon” & tremendous “The Accountant” to the tragic “The Girl On The Train” and the terrifying “The Shallows”, these along with the cinematic classic that is “Doubt”, which of these proved as must have’s & which as mishap’s?   … Read more »

Reviews/Films – “Brilliantly British Made Movie” – Denial – Tuesday 7th February

Amidst the atrocities of Auschwitz comes an amazing adapted screenplay account of the true historical story of horrific holocaust denier, David Irving, this brilliantly British made movie boasting amazing acting from an accomplished cast while flaunting fabulously familiar London locale’s. But what & who made “Denial” the terrifically compelling cinematic tale that it turned out to be and where does… Read more »