Pilgrimage is the Brendan Muldowney directed adventure / drama set in 13th century Ireland. Starring Tom Holland, Jon Bernthal and Richard Armitage, the story centres around a group of monks who are tasked with escorting a sacred relic across an Irish landscape that’s fraught with peril…
I don’t know if it’s because Game of Thrones is just around the corner, but I’m kind of in the mood for a movie about an adventure fraught with peril. Perhaps this one will be good.
As I watched the the latest trailer for the James Gray directed movie about great British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett, I fell more and more in love with each shot. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland, I cannot wait to see this movie! The story is of course interesting but my goodness, the visuals! Here are just some of the examples of gorgeous cinematography that caught my eye.
Starring Charlie Hunnam, Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson The Lost City Of Z is the real life story of British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett who disappeared whilst searching for a mysterious city in South America…
I’m intrigued by this movie because of all the stories about what may have happened to Fawcett.
The Lost City Of Z is based on the best selling book of the same name by David Grann.
Sienna Miller, Angus Macfadyen and Aleksandar Jovanovic also star.
Starring Tom Hollan, Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau, Spider-Man Homecoming, the first spiderman movie starring Tom holland as the young web slinging superhero has a new teaser trailer…
The truth is, I completely ignored the Andrew Garfield Spider-Man movies. It just seemed far too soon after the Toby Magguire era. The question now iswhether I’m I ready for the Tom Holland phase. Robert Downey Jr.’s role may just convince me.
Zendaya, Donald Glover and Michael Keaton also star.
Directed by Ron Howard and based on the book by Nathaniel Philbrick, the thing that excites me most about this movie is the special effects. Whales are beautiful, majestic creatures and loving them as I do, I don’t know how easily I’ll be able to look at the whale as the ‘bad guy.’ On second thought, I’m thinking quite easily if I put myself in the place of the crew whose ship just sunk.
In the event that after seeing the In The heart of The Seatrailer, you thought the film was based on a different famous book, namely Moby Dick by Herman Melville, you’re not alone. For it is the same 1820 event that inspired Melville to write his famous story, first published in 1851.
I’m quite sure I’ll still love whales after watching In The Heart Of The Sea, how ever ‘bad’ this one particular whale may be.