Candle in the wind isn't timeless? It was when Lady Di passed away.
I've forgiven him for his position on Brexit, he is after all, not representing the people and he isn't a sickening Davos man like Bono. But I would prefer it if he had been outspoken on that particular subject in the manner of Roger Daltrey or John Lydon.Overweight gay drama queen and militant Remainer.
His music has not aged well either.
I couldn't really understand how allegedly smart people could be greedy enough to stockpile so much cash they can't get over a mountain. I think that was basically the whole movie - getting the cash.Longer than your usual movie....I believe it was over 2 hours.
Apparently it is true. However, it's not a problem having a black and/ or female Bond.right wing internet is going to explode if this is true
I think they kind of go back to the very first Bond film, where Bloefeld kills Mrs. Bond and James is having mental health issues afterwards.Clever idea to expand the franchise, though I’m surprised they didn’t keep some shadow of the original Bond character going, while introducing the new one as a spin-off 00 series.
Can anyone translate this for me?Started watching Brexit - An Uncivil War, clearly anti-democratic and Remain propaganda. I stopped when they portrayed Aaron Banks as a lager lout in his shell suit on his stately lawn with everyone else well dressed and anointed the posh lager lout, Nigel Farage with a can of lager spray. Pissheads one and all. Likely from the estates don't 'cha know!
In many ways it reminded me of the old movie Contact. I do want to say it is well done and without the usual theatrics. I am still a bit confused why humanity always expects our scandals to come back to help us (I.e. interstellar)I just watched this on (Australian) Netflix:
I enjoyed it. I thought that it was interesting and well-made, and that the concept was good, too.
Ultimately, of course, as with virtually all science fiction, you must suspend a certain amount of disbelief and upon consideration, the story doesn't really hold up to serious scrutiny.
Nonetheless, an enjoyable film with good leads and an interesting plot.
It’s getting good reviews here. Pretty much what you said. Brilliant, important, flawed, brutal.Saw the Australian film "The Nightingale," a tale of rape, murder and revenge set in Tasmania in 1825. It was shockingly brutal in places, at other times tediously protracted, but in all artistic, haunting and memorable. Just as glad I saw it. I'm also glad I didn't take my wife, because she would have walked out after the first 10 minutes (or less).
Not having watched the film - I would assume you lose out on some of the backstory - why Carson had to step down as Butler and the significance of him returning, etc.I've never watched Downton Abbey on the box - is the movie predicated on knowing all about the TV series?
De Niro's become a bad parody of his own screen persona now. He seems to have that angry confusion that precedes dementia. They're literally all disrespecting him now as he talks in the mirror. Sad to see.Okay maybe it won't come out because De Niro just got accused of inappropriate conduct. Whatever that is.
Watched it last Wed when it hit Netflix. My review:Anyone watch The Irishman yet?
I appreciate how they keep raving about the anti ageing special effects but on the promotional photographs the three stars look like how I remember them in my youth as mature actors. They must look ghastly now if the effects have already been applied.