Starring Jamie Dornan, Jemima Kirke, Alice Eve and Ben Mendelsohn; writer / director Emma Forrest’s Untogetheris a new dramaabout a recently sober writer with a stalled career, who starts an affair with a successful writer.
All the while her sister finds herself drawn to a politically engaged rabbi while dating an agEing rocker.
I’m curious about this one because though this trailer doesn’t exactly have me yelping with joy, I’m curious to find out what the special thing about the story is. Specifically the thing that made all the talented actors involved say ‘yes’ to the script.
And who knows, with Valentines Day soon arriving, this may just be what I’m in the mood for around that time.
Billy Crystal, Lola Kirke, Scott Caan, and Jennifer Grey also star.
It’s that time again! Time for the next movie in E.L. James best selling Fifty Shades trilogy. Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson and Rita Ora are joined by Arielle Kebbel in Fifty Shades Freed. This timeChristian and Anastasia are an official couple and Anastasia finds herself still haunted by Christian’s past…
You may have already guessed but I’m not watching this movie because I’m expecting great things. I’ve seen the first two so I pretty much know what I can expect in terms of the general gist of the story, the often questionable dialogue and phrases I’ll be forced to verbalise such as, ‘what rubbish!’
The key reason I’m tuning in is because as per a great quote from one of the characters in an old classic British sitcom called Desmonds, ‘You can’t swallow a whole cow and then choke at the tail.’
Additionally, I really, really, REALLY, very much want a good look at that stunning wedding dress.
Set in early 1960s Jadotville, Congo, Jamie Dornan’s latest movie The Siege Of Jadotville has him playing Irish UN Commander Pat Quinlan. A man who must lead 150 Irish soldiers against 3,000 French and Belgian Mercenaries…
I’m really glad to see Dornan in a role where he gets to use his country’s accent.
May things end as well as they possibly can for the key protagonist (s) involved, especially since they’re the underdog.
Based on the book by Declan Power, Richie Smyth is the director.