This BBC biopic tells the story of Barbara Windsor’s beginnings in theatre through to her career in the 1990s.
An exercise machine repairman is obsessed by the dead serial killer John Christie, while also stalking a young model.
This another film / TV show that my sister recommended to me. She is a massive fan of Clive Owen’s work, and this television series looked interesting. In this blogpost I will talk about my first over all impression of the show.
A gay teenager, Danny (Jeremy Irvine) undergoes a sexual awakening in the midst of the 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village.
In 1955, ambitious photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) develops a close bond with James Dean (Dane DeHaan) when he photographs the rising star.
I honestly had no idea this had come back so soon for a second series. This is another one of those first impressions blogposts.
Otherwise known as She Couldn’t Say No, this film tells the story of wealthy Corny Lane (Jean Simmons) who donates money anonymously to the town who helped her when she was a child. This only causes trouble, especially between Corby and the local doctor, Robert Sellers (Robert Mitchum).