Tag Archives: Dustin Hoffman

Esio Trot – Review (Spoiler Free)

An almost perfectly pitched adaptation which charms both adults and kids alike… One of the hardest things to create on screen is charm, and one of the others is intelligent simplicity, and yet amongst the most notable features of the BBC’s adaptation of Esio Trot was how well it succeeds at creating both of those elements. Richard Curtis’ scripting on […]

The Graduate – Review (Spoiler Free)

An enduring classic filled with humour, poignancy and terrific work by Anne Bancroft. The Graduate is a rather special film; it remains biting and well observed despite being completely about its time. The performances by Katharine Ross and Dustin Hoffman are excellent; both giving different takes on America’s discontented youth in the 60’s, however it […]