“When I originally got the script, the character of Winston was amazing and I thought it would be career-changing. The character came in right at the very beginning of the movie and had an elaborate background: he was an Air Force major something, a demolitions guy. It was great.”
Awww Winston. That sounds like it would have been great! :(
I am in Arizona, again.
Time has been moving strangely with the advent of a new relationship, a new job and the festive season.
When I left England, it was firmly getting a grip on Springtime, snowdrops faltering and daffodils beginning to bloom. Here in Arizona, there are bougainvillaea, yellow daisies, and pansies throwing splashes of colour amidst the dry terrain and spiked green. The weather is that of an English summer starting up, warm breezes and blue skies. I find myself always with a sweater laughably to hand, but am never in need of it.
You can take a grrrl out of England, but you can’t take away a lifetime of chill summers.
I like most of these movies, love a couple, and will take this as a recommendation to watch those on the list which I haven’t yet seen.
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We’re bringing the Weekly Top 10 forward a few days this week for obvious reasons. Today is a day when couples are going to want to spend some quality time with each other partaking in traditional date-like rituals. One such ritual is the time-honored watching of a movie. If you head over to the romantic section of the video library you will quickly find that everything there is garbage. Valentines Day, Love Actually, Twilight…none of these are going are do anything to create a romantic mood for any self-respecting…
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HELLO. New phone = more posting.
I work in a cinema and I have been asked, genuinely, if Iron Lady is a sequel to Iron Man.
Why my job is the best, reason #465.
Film Review: The Iron Lady
She is Medusa with a head of auburn snakes shellacked into a helmet, but somewhere beneath this follicular cement crown looms the elusive heart of a human being — at least, that’s how Meryl Streep plays Margaret Thatcher, the still-vilified former British prime minister who waltzed with Ronald Reagan while the masses rioted in revolt. Illustration by Steve Murray
I had no idea it was originally a TV series!