Film Review – City Lights (1931)

He’s film’s most iconic tramp, Charlie Chaplin returns with what  some consider his greatest film, City Lights. Now released  and restored by The Criterion Collection on Blu-ray with a host of fantastic extras. This is one of Chaplin’s most cherished films.  As for my previous statement  it’s his greatest film, that off course is personal… Read More Film Review – City Lights (1931)

Blu-Ray Review – My Man Godfrey (1936, Criterion Collection)

Amongst the cavalcade of cinematic masterpieces, arthouse wonders, World Cinema powerhouses, The Criterion Collection know how to dial down the tone, to unleash some lighthearted fun. Gregory La Cava‘s My Man Godfrey (1936), a brilliantly funny screwball comedy that delivers that lighthearted fun with some social satire. When it comes to period based films or… Read More Blu-Ray Review – My Man Godfrey (1936, Criterion Collection)

Film Review – Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool (2017)

Nowadays if you’re in the public spotlight thanks to newspapers, magazines, and social media, people know everything about you. From where you are, do, eat, work, relationships, the list is endless you could easily say is very intense. Let’s go back to a time when film stars had some privacy (Late 1970’s to early 1980’s).… Read More Film Review – Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool (2017)