Tag Archives: Julianne Moore

Still Alice – Review (Spoiler Free)

Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart excel in this loving and poignant portrait of Alzheimer’s… Playing equally well as both a depiction of tested familial bonds and as an investigation into language, humanity and identity, Still Alice is an emotional and intellectual success. Perhaps unsurprisingly the film’s strongest element is Julianne Moore given both her Academy Award win […]

Safe – Review (Spoiler Free)

Moore excels in this complex and chilling take on disease and the human condition… There are no easy answers in Safe. When Carol (Julianne Moore) begins to start experiencing violent allergic reactions to an unknown stimulus her doctor is both clueless and unsympathetic. He tells her she is making herself sick and passes her on […]

2015 BAFTA Nominations

This morning the BAFTA nominations were announced for the 2015 awards show (that’s being held on the 8th February) and there is a nice spread of films mentioned. The Grand Budapest Hotel leads the pack with 11 nominations and is closely followed by Birdman and The Theory of Everything which have both collected 10 nominations. I’m particularly pleased […]

Top 10 most anticipated films for 2014

So, better late than never, here are my top ten most anticipated films for 2014. There were a lot of films to consider such as Luc Besson’s latest film Lucy , Ridley Scott’s latest endeavor Exodus where he’s teaming up with Christian Bale and Sigourney Weaver and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, as well as a whole host […]


Originally posted on Isaacs Picture Conclusions:
BY: MR RUMSEY’S FILM RELATED MUSINGS NINE MONTHS SHITFEST – Nine Months I did not plan on seeing this movie. It just so happened to be on TV one evening, I stumbled across it, and was instantly transfixed by how God awful it was. Hugh Grant plays a child…

Chloe – Review (Spoiler Free)

This sexual thriller may lack tension at points, but it has a strong central cast in Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson, and Amanda Seyfried who all give good performances, it has an engaging script that explores desire in an interesting way, and has solid direction from Atom Egoyan. Moore plays a woman who suspects her husband […]

Header Quiz Results!

So, the quiz is closed, the votes counted. Let’s see how you did. For those who don’t know what this post is all about – I recently ran a quiz where visitors had to guess the identities of the silhouetted figures in my header. For more information click here. Before we get to the winners […]

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 […]

My Movie Alphabet

Mettel Ray Movie Blog is currently running this blogathon and I thought that I would contribute my movie alphabet. Please check out her blog here, and read some of the other contributions here. I hope that you enjoy my choices! # – 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days This film really impacted upon me, […]

Boogie Nights – Review (Spoiler Free)

A hilarious and also affecting look into the adult film industry during the 70’s and 80’s, Boogie Nights tackles an inherently difficult subject and avoids the obvious, but dangerous pitfalls that litter such a controversial area. There is nudity, but it is sparse and is very clearly handled non-gratuitously, presenting sex as an industry and […]