Rosamund Pike takes on a very challenging role as a woman struggling to deal with the aftermath of being a victim. Or is she?
Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer #Book #Review In short, this whole saga was OK. But I hope that any young adult (or adult!) reading these books takes away the message of having to fight for what you believe in, and not the “happily ever after” stuff.
Format reviewed: Cinema release CrownJules Concludes: 5 out of 5 stars A both heartwarming and heartbreaking portrayal of the life and secrets of one of Britain’s National Heroes, and one of the most influential scientists to never see the fruits of his work due to injustice and persecution. SPOILER THREAT: Moderate (unless you don’t know […]
Format Reviewed: Blu-Ray CrownJules Concludes: 5 out of 5 Stars The most beautiful relationship ever portrayed on screen. SPOILER THREAT: Moderate. This is a story about vampires. BUT for the most part, that’s besides the point. What this really is, is a story about a married couple. Two people who have been together for centuries, […]
The Devil in Amber by Mark Gatiss My rating: 5 of 5 stars I love Lucifer Box. I wish he were a real person. Dashing, intelligent, artistic, a spy, and assassin. In this, the second of his (recorded) adventures, Lucifer is pitted against the megalomaniac Olympus Mons, his Amber-shirt-clad minions, and certain duplicitous members of […]
This weekend I revisited an old friend in Dexter Morgan. I do enjoy a show where the main character is the most unlikely of people to whom you should form an emotional attachment. Our beloved serial killer Dexter is certainly an unlikely hero. That is, if you can call him a hero, which you shouldn’t. […]