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  • October 2013 | tomjupiter
    shows us just what a shame this is as we are losing a great setting for fantastic drama and character work Review Macbeth Little Angel Theatre This entry was posted in Theatre Review and tagged macbeth puppetry puppets shakespeare on October 29 2013 by Tom I have recently begin to appreciate Shakespeare and am in the fortunate position of seeing most of his plays for the first time at the moment Macbeth however is the one that I do know I studied it at school and earlier this year saw the cinema broadcast of Kenneth Branagh s version 1 With this Review Sake Bomb This entry was posted in Review and tagged film review Gaku Hamada Sake bomb on October 21 2013 by Tom A road trip buddy film in which Naoto arrives in Los Angeles from Japan in search of lost love and his cousin Sebastian is unwillingly put in the position of helping him on this mission and introducing him to America As with all road trip films the entertainment and friction is caused by the clash Monty Python s The Meaning of Life This entry was posted in Film Reviews Geek Fun and tagged God Meaning of Life Monty Python Stanley Mizaru on October 14 2013 by Tom SPOILER ALERT This article is spoilt by a rather silly attitude and bad jokes One of the major failings of modern British TV sketch comedies has been the over reliance on reoccurring characters and the simple repeated catchphrase to raise to laughs It under estimates the viewer s intelligence and stifles the writer s ability to or demonstrates Review See You Tomorrow Everyone This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews Terracotta 2013 on October 9 2013 by Tom I saw this at the Terracotta Festival in summer

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  • Theatre Review Archives | tomjupiter
    SuA Picturehouse Trailers Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home Theatre Review Category Archives Theatre Review Review Macbeth Little Angel Theatre This entry was posted in Theatre Review and tagged macbeth puppetry puppets shakespeare on October 29 2013 by Tom I have recently begin to appreciate Shakespeare and am in the fortunate position of seeing most of

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  • macbeth Archives | tomjupiter
    on SuA Picturehouse Trailers Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home macbeth Tag Archives macbeth Review Macbeth Little Angel Theatre This entry was posted in Theatre Review and tagged macbeth puppetry puppets shakespeare on October 29 2013 by Tom I have recently begin to appreciate Shakespeare and am in the fortunate position of seeing most of his

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  • Top Five Star Trek Films | tomjupiter
    Anyhow here are my top five Star Trek films Wrath of Khan An easy number one With spectacular special effects exciting action sequences and enough drama dripping from Shatner s brow to dissolve lesser films Spectacular music from James Horner which he has never bested grand themes and a superb performance from Montalban as the vengeance fueled Khan set this as not only the best Star Trek film but possibly the best science fiction films and an excellent adventure Just watch it ok The Undiscovered Country The first Star Trek film I saw in the cinema This is much darker in tone than its predecessors and has some heavy political overtones with the Federation and Klingons dancing around the idea of peace and friendship Classic themes and excellent action make it a very satisfying film The dark gothic score from Cliff Eidelman is also superb and so different from any other Star Trek film As with Khan the space ships feel big they feel like battleships or submarines and that gives the action some scale General Chang Christopher Plummer is another excellent foil for Kirk and spends much of the film quoting Shakespeare Plus any film that starts with an exploding moon must be good First Contact The first film with the cast of The Next Generation is also their only one in my top five As with the previous choices the making of this film is in the enemy the Borg and in making this fight the grand theme This time there is something of Moby Dick with Patrick Stewart on absolute top form as Picard Top notch effects great action and a wonderful score from Gerry Goldsmith make this a film that anyone can enjoy not just Star Trek fans The Motion Picture I don t expect many

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  • List Archives | tomjupiter
    on SuA Picturehouse Trailers Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home List Tag Archives List Top Five Star Trek Films This entry was posted in Geek Fun Star Trek and tagged List Star Trek on May 2 2013 by Tom With the imminent release of Star Trek Into Darkness which has my excitement levels high enough to

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  • May 2, 2013 | tomjupiter
    Picturehouse Trailers Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home 2013 May 02 Daily Archives May 2 2013 Top Five Star Trek Films This entry was posted in Geek Fun Star Trek and tagged List Star Trek on May 2 2013 by Tom With the imminent release of Star Trek Into Darkness which has my excitement levels high

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  • Princess Bride Review | tomjupiter
    even though the characters are in danger of seeming parodical and underdeveloped at first glance it soon becomes clear that this plot device is lavishly employed for comic effect One character notes of our leading lady Your princess is a delightful creature A little simple perhaps Her appeal is undeniable Our heroes and our villains because most of the characters can be divided as such are from an era where swordplay was a gentleman s sport and emotions superfluous And so too is our elderly narrator who frames the fairytale story in modern day as he reads it to his poorly grandson The grandson is as dubious as anyone in the audience to begin but finds himself drawn in as the love story gives way to adventure everyone can agree that murder by pirates is good In turn Rob Reiner sets the action against often implausible backdrops Are those rocks made of polystyrene Has that boat been borrowed from the local AmDram society And why can t our heroine recognise her true love just because he s wearing an eye mask Especially when he s using an accent as affected as Cary Elwes can carry off Maybe we are in the imagination of the grandfather or maybe the grandson Wherever we are it is a land of pure fantasy in which the plot races from one unlikely backdrop to the next desperately chasing the shadow of a happy ending And there are no two characters chasing harder than Inigo Montoya and Fezzig two mismatched hired assassins who fast become the real stars Andre the Giant plays the role of Fezzik a giant troubled by loneliness and drink whilst master swordsman Inigo s single ambition in life is to avenge his father s death Along the way they form a touching

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  • Princess Bride Archives | tomjupiter
    March 31 2013 by Tom 25 years since The Princess Bride first graced our screens Inconceivable Well actually it s true This month marks the 25th anniversary of Rob Reiner s delightfully silly fantastical adventure that brings us fencing fighting torture death true love giants and pirates to name but a few And two decades on the film has a devoted fan Inconceivable Princess Bride Fun Facts This entry was posted in Princess Bride on March 28 2013 by Tom The birth of the novel on which the film is based can be partially credited to author William Goldman s daughters when he asked them what they would want in a story one replied A princess and the other A bride When William Goldman was first trying to get the movie made in the 1970s an Guest Post The Princess Bride This entry was posted in Princess Bride on March 27 2013 by Tom So much of this film is a joy because of the initial set up You probably know Peter Falk as Columbo but for me he will forever be the young and passionate lawyer he played in Trials of O Brien It ran on American TV from

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