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Director Tom Hooper and a full-throated cast led by Hugh Jackman as Victor Hugo’s ex-convict hero Jean Valjean bring the world’s longest-running stage musical, Les Misérables, to the screen with barnstorming gusto. From the majestic opening shots of storm-lashed prisoners … Continue reading
After 28 years, Les Misérables, the world’s longest-running stage musical, finally reaches the screen – and it’s a triumph. Even if you’re no fan of the show and think the lyrics doggerel and the music dreary (‘lobotomized opera’ to give … Continue reading
DVD review | My Week with Marilyn – Dazzling Michelle Williams captures the essence of a screen icon
Funny, touching, gloriously entertaining, My Week with Marilyn reveals what happened when Marilyn Monroe came to London in 1956 to make The Prince and the Showgirl with Laurence Olivier. The meeting of Hollywood’s biggest star and Britain’s greatest actor should … Continue reading
Movie Talk is putting its reputation on the line and making a few brilliantly inspired predictions about who is going to be walking out of the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday night with a great big smile on their … Continue reading
It’s 1956 and Hollywood’s biggest star is coming to London to make a movie with Britain’s greatest actor. The pair: Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier. The film: The Prince and the Showgirl, a frothy comedy based on Terence Rattigan’s recent … Continue reading