Leaving Sky Cinema – November 2016

Here are the films we must say goodbye to on Sky Cinema this month!

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Tuesday 1 November
The Maze Runner – Hits

Wednesday 2 November
A Streetcar Named Desire – Drama & Romance

Thursday 3 November
Just One Day – Drama & Romance

Friday 4 November
This Is Where I Leave You – Hits

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National Theatre Live: A Streetcar Named Desire (2014) Review

Cast

Blanche DeBois – Gillian Anderson

Stanley Kowalski – Ben Foster

Stella Kowalski – Vanessa Kirby

Harold Mitchell – Corey Johnson

Steve Hubbell – Branwell Donaghey

Eunice Hubbell – Clare Burt

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Captain America Blogathon

Captain America aka Steve Rogers missed a lot when he was frozen between 1943 and 2011. The idea of this blogathon is to pick 10 films between those years that he should watch to catch up on what he missed out on! I was trying to come up with a format on picking my choices at first I thought Best Picture Oscar winners, but then I decided against that and would pick Best Picture nominees from over the years, so the films which did not actually win the Oscar.

So here we go with my 10 choices . . .

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Cool Off With The Classics

Cool off with the Classics . . . a blogathon consisting of a top 10 list of some classic black and white films. It didn’t really take very long for a few of the films to come straight to my mind for this list. I am not going to put them in any particular order, but 10 films are included.

Marc from Go, See, Talk has done it again with another fantastic blogathon and you can see the original post linked to everyone else’s posts here.

While some films came straight to my mind, I actually found it quite difficult to get to ten films without ending up with mainly Mae West and Marx Brothers films in the list. This has made me realise that I have a lot of films that I must watch!

After making the list I got to thinking about how all of the films I have chosen have so many quotes that are still repeated and loved today. Is that due to the black and white look of the films or just how times have changed? Also performance wise just seems to be so much better than a lot of the current day films.

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