Tag Archives: Jamie Bell

In Review: Man on a Ledge

By Maryann O’Connor

I’m sure you’ve guessed the rough premise of the film by deciphering the opaque meaning of the title. Sam Worthington is *drumroll* a man on a ledge. Well, his name is Nick Cassidy in the film. Continue reading

Advertisements

In Review: The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

By Helen Cox

Hollywood has a lot to answer for when it comes to trashing the treasures of my childhood but as I am not a joyless film critic for a national newspaper or a French literary critic lacking any sense of social sensitivity I will not be using the phrase “partying with ghosts” or the word “rape” in this review. Except just now, of course, when I had to use it to explain that I wasn’t going to use it. Continue reading

In Review: Jane Eyre (2011)

By Adam Vaughan

Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre has experienced much heartache on the big and small screen across the decades, dealing with the advances by and her attraction towards her employer, the secretive Mr Rochester. Continue reading