At last, I have finished my episode 4 review and am now onto reviewing episode 5.
Tonight is the last episode, but I forgot to write this review for episode 4, so here goes! Continue reading
Right, I’m going to peel myself off this ceiling (where I attached myself in fright) to write this review for you! Continue reading
I only watched the second episode last night and early this morning, and I’m already getting into it. (SPOILERS AHEAD.)
An interesting premise, indeed, and I wanted to watch the drama because I’d heard about it through a friend. At the time I found it fascinating that such a premise could be done. So I sat down on this rainy Thursday afternoon and watched episode 1. (SPOILERS)
The Aviator is a 2004 biopic about the early success of aviation pioneer, Howard Hughes, to the beginning of the insanity which plagued his life. He comes across as a quick-thinking man, a man who came into his wealth young and was a very complex character.
I did not notice something until I saw the film again, but the director did a interesting thing in editing this film by making the blue look green, to give it the look of the typical technicolour movie of the 1930s.
Iris is a 2001 biopic about the last years of Iris Murdoch’s life. She was a well-known author for over 30 years and was married to university professor John Bayley who cared for her during her battle with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Continue reading