They are so yellow because “Sol hates mustard,” [Grace and Frankie, “The Art Show,” Season 3, Episode 1].
It’s not the snail pace or whether Daniel actually murdered Hanna or not, it’s the unrealistic display of people really listening to others without over talking or interrupting each other that has my eyes rolling. That, and the thinking before they speak that all of them do so well. What universe do these people […]
No one should be shot more than either of the two who agree to duel. — me. That’s a little haiku that came to mind after watching the dueling scene in Season 1, episode 3 of Poldark between Captain Andrew Blamey (our Richard Harrington from the extremely slow but cinematically beautiful Hinterland) and Francis Poldark.
Say what you want about Series 3 of The Fall, and many have, mostly by expressing disappointment, but I don’t care, because I love the character Dr. O’Donnell played by Richard Coyle. I can watch the three episodes of Series 3, Silence and Suffering, The Hell Within Him and Their Solitary Way that have him […]
Bette Davis has just been on telly, I’ve only heard of this, and of that last sentence. I really did like this film, but I am emotional today. Why is Hollywood so shy of making this type of film nowadays?