A Simple Twist of Fate (1994) Review

When Michael McCann suffered a devastating blow in his life he closes himself off from the world and everything would change when a baby shows up at his house, who he adopts and names Mathilda.


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End of Days (1999) Review

As we are closing in on the end of the century, Satan makes a visit to New York in search of a bride to have a child with between 11pm and midnight on New Year’s Eve this will cause the world to end. His search for Christine York is going to be more difficult with Jericho an ex-cop who now runs an elite security service and does not believe in god.


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7 Films That Disappointed Me in 2018

Sometimes the hype surrounding a film can build it up so much that you are therefore left disappointed. Which is why I like to put this list together, I mean the disappointment might even be from yourself building the film up as you are excited to see it! Which I guess happens mainly with sequels now.

So check out the films that left me the most disappointed in 2018 . . .

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News: Byrne: ‘Theatre Is Dead’

I really hope they do something to prevent Theatre dying out, maybe making it a little bit cheaper will help. And maybe more publicity to younger people?

Irish actor Gabriel Byrne is convinced theatre will die out – because the audiences are too old.

The Usual Suspects star has appeared in several productions, including a starring role as King Arthur in Camelot in New York last year.

He has also received numerous accolades for his onstage performances, including an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play for 2005’s A Touch of the Poet on Broadway.

And it was during his run in the show that the 58-year-old decided theatre-goers were a dying breed.

Byrne says, “I looked out into the audience and the theatre was packed with well-to-do, white-haired people.

“After the show I turned to one of the other actors and said, ‘Theatre is dead. There’s no one under 60 out there, they’re all white and they can all afford £200 for a night.’ Seriously, theatre as we’re doing it now, is dead.”