Posts tagged "Jim Broadbent"

The Sense of an Ending

The Sense of an Ending

The Sense of an Ending Directed by Ritesh Batra Starring Jim Broadbent, Harriet Walter, Charlotte Rampling, Billy Howle, Freya Mavor, Joe Alwyn, Matthew Goode, Michelle Dockery and Emily Mortimer On UK & Blu-ray August 14th, 2017 On Digital Download August 7th, 2017 Watch on iTunes or by Bernie C. Byrnes Tony Webster (Jim Broadbent) is […]

BFI London Film Festival: Brooklyn

Directed by John Crowley Written by Nick Hornby Starring Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson, Emory Cohen, Jim Broadbent and Julie Walters Brooklyn is a visually stunning film and touching story about a young Irish girl named Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) as she makes herself a new home away from Ireland.  Saoirse Ronan is captivating as Eilis, as […]

BFI London Film Festival: The Lady in the Van Premiere

Directed by Nicholas Hytner Written by Alan Bennett Starring Maggie Smith, Alex Jennings, Jim Broadbent, Frances De La Tour, Roger Allam, Dominic Cooper and James Corden by Ruth Thomson Award-winning collaborators Nicholas Hytner and Alan Bennett (The Madness of King George, The History Boys), bring their latest fare The Lady in the Van to the […]

Paddington Preview

by Laura Patricia Jones Everyone’s favourite furry friend from Peru is about to burst onto our screens red hat in hand this Christmas. A modern take on the classic family tale, Paddington Bear has been revised for contemporary audiences with mischief and marmalade for all! Paddington is the story of a young Peruvian bear with […]

Le Week-end

Directed by Roger Michell Starring Jim Broadbent, Jeff Goldblum by Katharine Fry I can’t help it. You say romantic film set in Paris, I think Julie Delpy. Yes, I know there have only been two of them but I can’t help it. So, when I head into a screening of Roger Michell’s (Notting Hill and […]

FILTH

Directed by Jon S. Baird Starring James McAvoy, Jamie Bell & Jim Broadbent Based on the novel by Irvine Welsh They really don’t make films like this anymore. Hilariously funny, dramatically tragic, abstract and surreal, a seriously disturbed and despicable protagonist, genuinely unexpected plot twists, and all well under 2 hours long! FILTH, based on […]