Posts Tagged ‘The White Crow’

The White Crow on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Ralph Fiennes

The White Crow, we’re told at the start, defines the title as an idiom used to describe a person who is unusual, extraordinary, not like others, and an outsider… and Rudolf Nureyev (newcomer Oleg Ivenko) definitely wants to get outside as his ultimate intention is defect from Russia to France. Although he has talent, he […]

New Blu-ray and DVD releases August 5th 2019

August 5th: Crack in the World (Blu-ray) Domino (Blu-ray and DVD) Eliminators (Blu-ray) Gloria Bell (Blu-ray and DVD) Guy Martin: D-Day Landing (DVD) In Safe Hands (DVD) Kiss Me Deadly (The Criterion Collection) (Blu-ray) Kizumonogatari: Nekketsu (Blu-ray Collector’s Edition) Le Sang D’un Poète (Blu-ray and DVD) Le Testament D’Orphée (Blu-ray and DVD) Dom RobinsonReviewer of […]

Sorry Angel leads the new cinema releases March 22nd 2019

This time, there are SIX new films out for you to choose from, led by Sorry Angel. Here are the titles, with more info below: Sorry Angel The White Crow Us Minding The Gap Five Feet Apart Cradle Of Champions Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the […]

The White Crow – Trailer 1 – Ralph Fiennes

The White Crow tells the tale of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s (Oleg Ivenko, above) defection to the West. Personally, ballet is definitely not my bag, but this looks to be looking more at the politics within Russia, and that is certainly a far more interesting aspect in my book. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and […]

BFI 62nd London Film Festival Part 1 Review by Helen M Jerome

BFI 62nd London Film Festival Part 1: Hold onto your hats. We are mixing up our London Film Festival coverage this year, which also gives us the chance to pick out our favourites. Our extensive LFF 2018 preview got quite a few things right – also applauding the fact that loads of female filmmakers were […]

BFI 62nd London Film Festival Preview by Helen M Jerome

BFI 62nd London Film Festival Preview: Five weeks before it even kicks off, this already has the feeling of a vintage year for the BFI London Film Festival. There wasn’t a seat to be had for the launch event in Leicester Square’s Cineworld in London’s West End, and such a buzz as the mouth-watering line-up […]

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