I think that might *just* be the longest title to a blogpost ever. But it had to be done. Last night (the 14th, yes, I’m writing this blog retrospectively to post it with a backdate and fiddle with time myself) I settled down to what I’d planned to be a very Me evening. After a lovely online chat with Ami of Simply Needlecraft Haberdashery in … Continue reading The Moment You Realise a Movie Is A Time Machine That Simultaneously Connects Several Time Slots: September Small Things Day 14
On December 11th 1992, a film was released in the US that wasn’t expected to do too well, just get a tidy sum from parents treating children to an afternoon at the cinema around Christmas. Reviews were mostly positive, some said there was too much talking for a children’s movie, others that the songs were clunky and tuneless. I’m with Anthony McGlynn of Screen Rant, who called The … Continue reading Christmas of Hope 2020: Jacob and Robert Marley Make My Day.
Last night I got to take my sons to the cinema. They’re hulking, massive grown up lads of 20 and 22. They tower over me, a fact they like to point out usually by standing on either side and lurking. They’re one of my sets of cinema partners. I have a few, divided according to film genre and possibly time of the week. These two … Continue reading The Hygge of Movies