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OK, I know. It’s obvious! But while it may be easy to identify the character pictured, is it as easy to name the actor and the film? Perhaps not… So, before you get bogged down in the finer details of … Continue reading
Got a party to go to with a 1940s theme? Check out Couch Potato’s pictorial round-up of films that collectively define this decade by showcasing the fashions, styles, cinematic trends and general look of their time. There are three things … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Rita Hayworth ‘does that shit with her hair’, as Red put it in The Shawshank Redemption, and promptly drives generations of fans mad, not to mention Gilda’s ex, … Continue reading
Cut together from the hours of footage shot during rehearsals for the singer’s projected O2 Arena concerts, Michael Jackson’s This Is It boasts the strutting tagline “Discover the man you never knew”. But don’t watch this documentary film expecting to … Continue reading
For a moment I considered giving this blog the title ‘We love you, Gordon Brown!’. It was a very brief moment. A headline is supposed to draw the reader in, make them curious about what you’ve written, not instantly take … Continue reading
I’ve always had a thing for Hollywood movie star biographies, but I mean old-school Hollywood, like 1930s, 40s and 50s. Some great reads so far have been Ava Gardner – Love is Nothing by Lee Server, Bette and Joan: The … Continue reading