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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Couch Potato’s Tuesday Trivia – The original Good Morning Vietnam DJ was very different to the Robin Williams version
In 1987′s Saigon-set comedy Good Morning Vietnam, Robin Williams plays Adrian Cronauer – an army radio DJ during the Vietnam War whose cheeky humour and banned rock ‘n’ roll playlist get him into trouble with his superiors. The inspiration for … Continue reading
The sci-fi action series featuring the Marvel Comics mutants took a dip with its last two outings, 2006’s sprawling X-Men: Last Stand and 2009’s scrappy Wolverine spin-off, but X-Men: First Class lives up to its title. Smart and spectacular, it’s … Continue reading
All families are dysfunctional in their own charming little way. But when the matriarch is Rebecca ‘The Hand that Rocks the Cradle‘ De Mornay, we’re talking a whole new level of twisted. I’m not one for gory torture thrillers, but … Continue reading
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Shipmates… Disney’s swashbuckling fantasy-adventure franchise continues with this fourth instalment, which sees Captain Jack Sparrow taking to the high seas in search of the elusive Fountain of Youth. If you can see this, … Continue reading
After the surprise box-office success of last year’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid, the popular illustrated children’s books by Jeff Kinney (40 million copies and counting) have quickly spawned another big-screen outing. In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, … Continue reading
The King’s Speech Royal appointment… Colin Firth leads the cast of this period drama about the unorthodox relationship between King George VI and the speech therapist (Geoffrey Rush) set on helping him to overcome his debilitating stammer. Black Swan Sinister … Continue reading
It’s from the States and it favours the ‘straights.’ As powerfully demonstrated in a glorious Glee episode this week, the American high school prom is a rite of passage that brings more pain than pleasure to the average teen. For … Continue reading
In 2005 romcom The Wedding Date, Will & Grace‘s Debra Messing plays Kat – a single woman who decides to hire a male escort (Dermot Mulroney) to help her save face in front of her ex-fiancé at her sister’s wedding. … Continue reading
Conviction – Hilary Swank’s real-life legal crusader goes from bar to bar (pub to court) to save her brother
Jaw set resolutely forward but upper lip aquiver with emotion, Hilary Swank plays a remarkable crusader for justice in Conviction, a stirring true-story drama based on one of the US legal system’s all too many miscarriages of justice. Her character, … Continue reading