Review: Spencer

Director: Pablo Larraín Stars: Kristen Stewart, Sean Harris, Sally Hawkins Today, 5th November 2021, marks the UK release of Pablo Larraín's frosty Princess Diana biopic with Kristen Stewart in the lead role, but it also marks the release of Kid A Mnesiac; a grouping of Radiohead's two signature 2000/2001 albums which were originally released a …

Review: Charlie’s Angels (2019)

Director: Elizabeth Banks Stars: Kristen Stewart, Elizabeth Banks, Ella Balinska Brie. Edgar Bosley (Djimon Hounsou) - one of the handlers at the Townsend International Academy of Badassery (my name for it) - likes brie. We learn this some way into the movie. And its suitable, really. Actor/writer/producer/director Elizabeth Banks' rejuvenation of Charlie's Angels is the soft …

Review: Still Alice

Directors: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland Stars: Kristen Stewart, Julianne Moore, Alex Baldwin At first, for Alice (Julianne Moore), its the little things. The minor frustrations we all suffer from occasionally. The kind of things that are only natural. She'll be lecturing at Columbia and the word she's seeking for becomes inexplicably out of reach. Or …

Pretty Vacancy: Watching The Entire Twilight Saga Back-To-Back Part 2

Forging ahead because I feel like if I take any kind of significant break here, I'll simply give up and go back to sleep for the day, I've got three Twilight movies to squeeze in to the remainder of this hungover Sunday. Timewise, I'm well on track to get this done, but New Moon especially has dampened …

Pretty Vacancy: Watching The Entire Twilight Saga Back-To Back Part 1

First there was Fast & Furious. Then there was Step Up. Now, for some stupid reason, I'm going to watch the entire Twilight saga back to back in a single day. 10 hours and 8 minutes of, well, whatever it is. Something about vampires and werewolves maybe? The truth is, as derided as these films are... I've never seen …