Real life hero’s to real life actors. 15:17 To Paris Review
Published on 13th February 2018 under Blog Topic - Reviews,
Clint Eastwood is back in the director’s chair for this unique retelling of the attempted 2015 Thalys terrorist train attack. Eastwood certainly goes a different direction when it came to cast selection for this movie as we have no big name actors taking the lead roles here, instead we see the actual real life stars […]
Preview of NT Lives upcoming Presentation of “CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF”
Published on 12th February 2018 under Blog Topic - Reviews,
“CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF” By TENNESSEE WILLIAMS From NTLive: Thurs, Feb 22nd, At 7.00 PM. In November 1972, I attended my first performance of a Tennessee Williams play, “A Streetcar Named Desire”: presented by Clonmel Theatre Guild and directed by Brendan Long, a poet of the theatre. It was for me a riveting […]
Fifty Shades Freed Review. The climax to trilogy is here at last.
Published on 9th February 2018 under Blog Topic - Reviews,
Fifty Shades Freed is the third and final instalment of the Fifty Shades trilogy taken from the original books by E. L. James. The last movie ended with Christian Greys dramatic proposal to Anastasia Steele and this one picks up quickly from there by skimming over the wedding with an early monologue. This leads us […]
Den of Thieves Review. Possibly Gerard Butler’s best action movie to date.
Published on 2nd February 2018 under Blog Topic - Reviews,
Gerard Butler, 50 Cent, Pablo Schreiber and O’Shea Jackson Jr star in this new all action heist movie which many are comparing heavily with the classic 1995 Movie Heat starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. Den of Thieves sees Butler returning to work with director and producer Christian Gudegast who he also worked with […]
Preview of Shakespeare’s Riotous yet Profound “Twelfth Night” (Broadcast Live here Feb 14th @ 7.15 pm)
Published on 31st January 2018 under Blog Topic - Reviews,
If you love theatre, don’t miss this screening of one of the greatest, most joyous plays ever written. What better way to battle through the cold and drear of winter than seeing a great comedy – and a good production of “Twelfth Night” is a heart-warming, often hilarious, experience.A live screening from Shakespeare’s birthplace is […]