Tag Archives: Colin Firth

March 08

Kingsman: The secret Service – Lets take all the fun out of James Bond, shall we? (Film Review)

Kingsman: The Secret Service is the first film that had me checking my watch not once, not twice but three times throughout the film, something I’ve not experienced since being forced to sit through X-Men, Days of Future Past. My personal experience of the film was terrible boredom laced with cringeworthy embarrassment for Colin Firth, […]

August 26

Magic in the Moonlight – Woody Allen slowly losing his magic. (Film Review)

Woody Allen’s films are hit and miss, with his hits being little gems and his misses being endured for the sake of the hits. Sometimes he can make a truly brilliant heavy-weight film (Husbands and Wives) but then he can also make something superb out of light-weight fluff (Midnight in Paris). Sometimes his gems are […]

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: Tomas Alfredson does the 1970’s with understated flair

I almost didn’t see this film. I have a bunch of freebies at the moment, and to collect on this one I couldn’t go local – which for me meant leaving my bohemian nest and that is not something I enjoy doing. However, a trip to Sydney harbour to see a film so many people […]