Tag Archives: Anthony Hopkins

Cinema Review – Thor: Ragnarok

When Hela (Cate Blanchett), the Goddess of Death, rises and sets her sights on Asgard, it is up to Thor (Chris Hemsworth) to defend his home from this new threat. When he gets lost along the way, however, Thor finds himself having to face an old friend before he can make his way back home. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Noah

In this reimagining of the classic bible tale, Noah (Russell Crowe) receives a sign from the creator that floods are about to engulf the world, and sets out to build an ark to save humanity – and animal kind – from the waters. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Red 2

Frank (Bruce Willis) is pulled out of retirement when a missing nuclear device threatens the world. Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) is only too glad to join the crew as Marvin (John Malkovich) and Victoria (Helen Mirren) must deal with some new, and not so new, foes. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Hitchcock

In 1959, Alfred Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) set out to make the follow up to North by Northwest; Psycho. The trouble is, Paramount Pictures don’t want the film, the Censors are unhappy and Alma (Helen Mirren), Hitchcock’s wife, was distracted. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Wolfman

The Wolfman is a remake of the Lon Chaney 1941 film of the same name. This time around we have Benicio Del Toro in the lead role as Lawrence. After the death of his brother, Lawrence returns from New York to the stately home he grew up in. Of course, his brother’s death is not the only disaster headed his way. Continue reading

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