Tag Archives: James Corden

Smallfoot (2018) – reviewed by George

This delighted me. I laughed a lot, but smiled a lot too, which is even more important, I think. And the CGI is very well done. The Yeti believe that their home in the high Himalayas, higher than the cloud … Continue reading

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Logan Lerman is D’Artagnan in “The Three Musketeers” (2011) – reviewed by George

Europe is a powderkeg about to explode, and Athos (Matthew MacFadyen) is in Venice, actually in one of the canals wearing an underwater breathing apparatus. He uses new weaponry to wipe out a group of guards, climbs up the steps … Continue reading

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Jessie Matthews in “Gangway” (1937) – reviewed by George

The title has three meanings here: 1) Get out of the way, as the title song expresses, 2) gangway or gangplank, as the characters leave London by ship for New York about halfway through the film, and 3) Gang-way, as … Continue reading

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A Comment on The 69th Emmy Awards (2017) by George

Last Sunday at the awards there was a funny bit between Stephen Colbert and James Corden, where they kept saying “I voted for you” to each other.┬áIt made me think of a story I had heard about David Niven accepting … Continue reading

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