Tag Archive for 'Julie Christie'

Forgotten Friday Flick – “Away From Her”

Time to head down the awards road this week in search of some great lesser known films helmed by women (even my #1 film of 2017 The Lure was directed by female filmmaking force to be reckoned with Agnieszka Smoczynska!) – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick.  Heading north to the home of some stellar Canadian […]


Criterion Collection August Releases

Get your wallets ready, because the Criterion Collection is about to have one hell of a month. Orson Welles will preside over Criterion’s incredible August lineup. First, Chimes at Midnight, Welles’s monumental Shakespeare adaptation—for decades, one of the world’s most sought-after lost films—in a gorgeous new restoration straight from Janus Films’ successful theatrical run. Meanwhile, Welles’s The Immortal […]


The Company You Keep Movie Review – Just Seen It

Leah, Aaron and Kevin review this new drama starring and directed by Robert Redford. Starring Leah Aldridge, Aaron Fink and Kevin Taft. Directed by Amy Taylor. Jim’s quiet life is shattered when a reporter uncovers his militant past. So Jim must track down the one person who can prove his innocence. On the run as […]


You’ll Want To Return Your Little ‘Red Riding Hood’ To Grandma

While walking away from the theater, I was discussing with the person I saw this film with what genre it would be considered.  Red Riding Hood is certainly not a scary at all, nor does it have any real tension or suspense.  It is not much of a drama, because none of the performers really […]


Glorious 39 (Blu-ray Review)

When I first heard of this movie I wanted to see it just for the cast alone.  Glorious 39 has Bill Nighy, Julie Christie, Christopher Lee, Jeremy Northam, David Tennant, and that’s a pretty good combination.  Plus, it was marketed as a thriller that takes place right before World War II, so between the two […]


Doctor Zhivago (Blu-ray Review)

In some ways, reviewing a classic is great, but in others, it can be a curse.  On one hand, you get the opportunity for an early viewing and to think critically about a title that has been revered over the last century.  The fact that this particular classic stars Obi-Wan doesn’t hurt either.  On the […]