Tag Archives: Helena Bonham Carter

Who’s that? – August Edition

Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) from Fight Club! Lots of fun guesses to read for this one with answers ranging from famous movie witches to various famous aliens… it was a real mixed bag this time around! Thank you for playing once again everybody and congratulations to the following for guessing correctly: Committed to Celluloid […]

Happy Birthday Helena Bonham Carter!

Today is Helena Bonham Carter’s birthday, and I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank her for all the great work that’s she’s done across so many different films, from Fight Club to Conversations With Other Women (pictured). She’s such a versatile actress and I’ll gladly watch anything that she is in. I’m still […]

Les Misérables – Review (Spoiler Free)

It may not be exactly subtle, but Les Misérables does deliver as an emotionally charged, epically scaled version of the stage show, and one which should satisfy its fans, even if it will struggle to win over too many newcomers. I think it’s fair to say that every performer gives it their all here, some […]

Dark Shadows – Review (Spoiler Free)

I braced myself for the worst after this film’s almost exclusively negative reviews, and although there were the odd moments that succeeded, overall Dark Shadows was largely a disappointment. Burton appears to have tried to pay homage to the original TV series by featuring a large collection of characters, which isn’t necessarily a bad idea, […]

Ten Films That I’m Looking forward to in 2013.

First of all I would like to give a shout out to Not Now I’m Drinking a Beer and Watching a Movie for planting this idea in my head, he recently made a similar list which you should check out here. Some of the films that I’ve listed  have already been released in 2012 in places such […]

Conversation(s) with Other Women – Review (Spoiler Free)

If you have heard anything about this film; then you probably know that it is shot entirely in split screen. I feel uneasy opening with that because, although it helped peak my interest, there is a lot more to this film than an unusual visual technique. Aaron Eckhart and Helena Bonham Carter lead the film as two unnamed people who […]