As I started to watch the last film in the Hollow Crown series, I wasn’t sure whether Tom Hiddleston was up to playing the iconic role in Shakespeare’s most patriotic (and jingoistic) play. I thought Hiddleston’s Prince Hal in Henry IV had just a little too much of Loki – and maybe the bully – . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: The Hollow Crown: Henry V
Watched the 2013 film of The Great Gatsby last night. The first half was spectacular, grandiose and captivating, if somewhat over the top. Like Busby Berkeley meets The Fifth Element. Extravaganza, spectacle and excess. The film doesn’t feel like it’s set in New York of the Jazz Age. It’s too shiny, too polished, too mechanical, . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: The 2013 Great Gatsby
Take one part Brothers Grimm and one part Malory’s Morte d’Artur, add a dash of Tolkein, a pinch of Joan of Arc, a sprinkling of Robin Hood and a sprig of English folklore; mix it in a bowl with copious … Continue reading →
December is always a good month for movie buffs, and for anyone who wants to buy TV series on DVD (no commercials!). Lots of places have before- and after-Xmas sales that make DVD shopping more interesting this month. In particular, … Continue reading →
I still don’t have cable or satellite at my residence, so the internet remains the chief source of entertainment. Thanks to the resident love goddess however we now have a modern flat screen thingie. LCD or LED, or is it LSD? No wait, that’s acid, never mind.
Anyway,whatever it is, there’s a cable that hooks . . . → Read More: Canadian Soapbox: Some YouTube movie recommendations