Tag Archives: Christoph Waltz

Cinema Review – The Legend of Tarzan

It has been many years since Tarzan, now known as John Clayton (Alexander Skarsgård), left Africa to be with his one true love Jane Porter (Margot Robbie), but they are drawn back to the land where they met by a plot by the Emissary of the Belgian King Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz). Ostensibly, Tarzan is in Africa to investigate claims of slavery by George Washington Williams (Samuel L. Jackson), but when Jane is kidnapped by Rom and his mercenaries, Tarzan knows that there is a lot more going on in this land that he loves. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Spectre

After receiving a cryptic message from someone from his past, James Bond (Daniel Craig) goes rogue from MI6 to uncover the shadowy and evil organisation known as Spectre. Meanwhile, MI6 faces a new challenge from inside the government. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Muppets Most Wanted

In the wake of their hugely successful reunion and telethon to save the Muppet Studios, Kermit and the gang are approached by Dominic Badguy (Ricky Gervais) who wants to manage the Muppets on a worldwide tour. However, the World’s Most Dangerous Frog Constantin – who bears more than a passing resemblance to Kermit – has just been liberated from a Siberian gulag, and it is not long before the Muppets are separated and involved in an international crime circle. Continue reading

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JDIFF Review – The Zero Theorem

Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) is a computer hacker who has spent much of his life waiting for a phone call. At his request, the Management (Matt Damon) allows him to work at home, in case the call comes, but in his attempt to be alone with his work and his thoughts, Qohen finds himself connecting with the people the Management sends to help and distract him. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Epic

When her mother dies Mary Katherine (Amanda Seyfried) goes to live with her father; a man obsessed with the idea that there are minuscule people living in, and protecting the forest. MK has little time for her father’s research but finds herself drawn into a battle between good and evil when she stumbles across the Queen of the forest (Beyoncé). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Django Unchained

Fresh from putting his name to the unholy mess that was The Man with the Iron Fists, Quentin Tarantino is back behind the camera for Django Unchained. The story is that of a bounty hunter, Dr King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), who needs a certain slave to identify one of his targets. Django (Jamie Foxx) is that slave and the pair quickly become equals and allies who take on the might of plantation and slave owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Carnage

Two sets of parents meet to resolve an incident between their young sons, but the more time they spend together, the more they realise they are at odds with one another. Continue reading

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