Yesterday I reached a truly incredible milestone when I published my 1000th film review! I feel that is a massive achievement since starting this blog back in February 2009.
Jack Torrence has just accepted a job to work as a caretaker at an isolated hotel for the winter. At first everything seems to be going well for the family, but when Danny starts to see things from the past and what will happen in the future it all takes a different turn.
Terry Doolittle works for a bank that communicates via computer with clients from around the world. One day she receives a very strange message and when she decodes it ends up trying to help a British spy!
Celie Johnson has had to fight her whole life to just stay alive with abuse from her father and then forced to marry Albert who continues the abuse. It is a story about hope and being able to find the courage to stand up for yourself.
Fredrick Treves is a Victorian surgeon and he wants to rescue a man who has been mistreated and in side show freak act named the Elephant Man due to his heavily disfigured features. John Merrick as it turns out is rather intelligent and very sensitive.
The film takes place within 100 streets in London, we have three different stories with characters to follow over the period for a few days. As they are trying to deal with the situations life has recently put them in.
Today marks the release of 100 Streets on DVD in the UK and to celebrate I have a DVD to give away to one lucky person who is based in the UK.
Idris Elba and Gemma Arterton star in ‘A Hundred Streets’, a layered and gripping drama, which takes a fresh look at the vibrant and compelling life of residents in contemporary London – destination capital of the world. Emmy and Golden Globe nominated Jim O’Hanlon directs.
All you have to do is head over to Twitter and RT this – https://twitter.com/LetsGoToTheMov7/status/823437265615593477
You can also buy it from the HMV store – http://store.hmv.com/film-tv/dvd/100-streets?_ga=1.213965591.1499910689.1483546984
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Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are the stars for a studio and the silent pictures they make. But the transition to talking pictures after the success of The Jazz Singer is about to throw everything into chaos when Lina’s voice both talking and for singing is horrendous.
A competition for a selection of titles from the Warner Bros. Premium Collection.
To be in with a chance to win, all you have to do is head over to Twitter. Follow and RT the following Tweet . . . https://twitter.com/LetsGoToTheMov7/status/790880493365563396
Only open to people who live in the UK!