Tag Archives: Daniel Day-Lewis

The Bounty – Review (Spoiler Free)

This review is part of Forgotten Film‘s 1984 blogathon. This blogathon is nice and simple, over 100 bloggers shall be covering films that were released in the year 1984. You can find out more details as well as the list of films covered here: http://forgottenfilmcast.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/announcement-1984-a-thon/ With its excellent performances and engaging moral dilemmas The Bounty […]

There Will Be Blood – Review (Spoiler Free)

Oil, blood and religion uneasily mix together to create a dark and brooding masterpiece. It took time for me to come around to this film, but now that I have I’ll hesitatingly label it an essential movie, a future classic. I’ve been a big Anderson fan for some time but I first only appreciated this one as a […]

Nine – Review (Spoiler Free)

A serious amount of talent went into this musical (directed by Chicago’s Rob Marshall), we have Daniel Day-Lewis as our lead and he is supported by the likes of Marion Cotillard, Judi Dench, Penélope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren, Kate Hudson, and Fergie. That’s one hell of a cast; it’s just a pity that it […]

Ten Films That I’m Looking forward to in 2013.

First of all I would like to give a shout out to Not Now I’m Drinking a Beer and Watching a Movie for planting this idea in my head, he recently made a similar list which you should check out here. Some of the films that I’ve listed  have already been released in 2012 in places such […]