I’m usually quite tolerant of Classical Hollywood films, but I hated this film. Starring John Wayne and Claudette Colbert.
I’m not too sure what to make of this film. It’s a Russian film about a man and his friend who go on a journey to bury his wife in the ancient traditions of the Meryan people.
A movie about a young university lecturer, Jim (Ian Carmichael of School for Scoundrels fame) who gets inadvertently involved in a series of romantic misunderstandings while also trying not to clash with the old-fashioned Professor Welch.
This was a TV movie made about the rise and fall of the cult leader Rev. Jim Jones, founder of the cult ‘The People’s Temple’.
I rarely do comparison posts (apart from that North & South post a while back) but I thought this would be a fun thing to do seeing as I love both adaptations of the Cinderella story. I got the idea to look at two Cinderella adaptations from watching the Nostalgia Critic’s video where he compared the animated Cinderella film and the 2015 Cinderella adaptation (the latter of which I will use in my comparison).
In June 2016 I watched the first two episodes of the BBC series, Versailles, starring George Blagden. This blogpost contains my first impressions of the series.
‘The Troubled Man’.