In spite of mixed critical reception, King of the Monsters serves as a powerful continuation of Legendary Pictures’ Monsterverse series and as a love letter to long-time fans as well as the franchise’s pioneers. The film hosts some of...
When I started this piece, I genuinely thought the only thing these two actors had in common was they are both my favourite actors, but having thought about this a lot more than anyone with imminent deadlines ever should,...
Actors inspire me in more ways than just through their talent. The most admirable actors, in my eyes, use their stardom to evoke change and contribute to brilliant causes, subsequently raising awareness through their mass following. The financial benefit...
One of the brightest celebrities shining all over my desktop screens (even if my current desktop wallpaper of Mad Max: Fury Road is an extreme wide shot concealing his pretty face) and one of the most prolific and versatile...
As windy Tuesday evenings go in Norwich, watching Ralph Fiennes’ film on Soviet ballet dancers felt like an enjoyable way to spend one. The venue, Cinema City, justified the conditions on its own. Dating back to the 14th century,...
Rudolph Nureyev, widely regarded as the greatest male dancer of his generation, possessed the quality that makes any technically proficient artist into something special; rebelliousness. He learned the rules of dance, then pushed further. Ralph Fiennes’ third directorial offering...