Archive for the ‘Musings’ Category
We all loved watching Disney movies growing up as a kid, and most of us still do! I remember playing princesses with my sister when we were little and we would each pretend to be a Disney character. I would choose to be Jasmine from Aladdin and my sister would be Belle from Beauty and the Beast. We chose these princesses in particular as their hair colour matched each of ours - it made sense to us, even though neither of us really looked like the pretty animations. Now, Angelina Jolie may well have played princesses as a child too but she… read more »
Another season of The Walking Dead is coming to an end with just one final episode left to explain what this Terminus is and to bring the group together. Season four was pretty eventful, right? So much has happened. Just think about it, the Governor was still around half a season ago. The whole story went from having one big group fighting a strange illness to everyone running in different directions after the prison got destroyed - and all this in only sixteen episodes. And now that they're all approaching the same destination an epic finale is simply inevitable.… read more »
It's a fact; going to the movies is still one of the most popular forms of entertainment. We have an awesome little infographic provided by superscholar.org which is full of stats and numbers to prove it. Ever wondered who the highest paid actor is or how much Disney spent on movie flops John Carter and Lone Ranger? Perhaps you want to know what movies all-time worldwide tops at the box-office, find all the answers here. Enjoy!
The Grand Budapest Hotel follows typical Wes Anderson fashion with an extensive focus on niceties, minute details and an overwhelmingly bizarre representation of a dramatic story, set in a fictional take on the 1920-40s in Middle Europe. Ralph Fiennes stars as the legendary and much loved, M. Gustave, the concierge at Zubrowka's top hotel. His sidekick, a newly-appointed lobby boy called Zero, becomes his closest friend and ally and when M. Gustave is accused of murdering one of the hotel's guests, attempts to save him from the clutches of the authorities. All the while, war, strikingly similar to that of… read more »
George Clooney, Michelle Williams, Ryan Reynolds. It's common for us to see actors from the small screen move in to the world of film. However, it appears that TV is grabbing the attention of Hollywood's big stars more and more these days. Just last month Showtime released a trailer for new series 'Penny Dreadful', which is scheduled to premiere this Spring and will star Josh Hartnett who is best known for his part in Pearl Harbour. But what is it that lures actors to the other side? Perhaps it's the great developing storylines or maybe it's the fact that they have a job for longer? All… read more »