Nat Serling is a US Army Officer who is dealing with a deadly mistake he made and is given an investigation to check how worthy Karen Walden a commander is for the Medal of Honour after she died in combat, pushing his own guilt to the limits.
Bill Baker travels to France from Oklahoma to visit his estranged daughter Allison who is in prison for murder, something she claims that she did not commit. When the lawyer won’t reopen the case Bill sees this as an opportunity to make it up to her for being a bad father over the years that he begins searching for more evidence.
This is something I have been putting together for quite a long time now and I have held off posting it or even attempting to start the blog post in fear that I have forgotten and somehow missed a favourite film from the list. Barring in mind I got up to 72 films and then had to cut it down to the 50. I would like to make clear these are my favourite films, some might have happened to win Oscars as well and some certainly have not at all. The way I have decided on my favourites is the sheer joy they bring and the number of rewatches I have had over the years. While I have listed 1-50 a lot of them can be shifted around and changed with each other. It is going to highlight my love for musicals and for certain actors and actresses! I doubt it will contain many surprises though!
That’s right today Cineworld announced that Cinemas in England are scheduled to open on 10th July, obviously this is provisional but I certainly see it as a light at the end of the tunnel. The cinema is the place I have missed the most since lockdown and I really cannot wait to see a film on the big screen again!
Felt like celebrating with some images from movie scenes where they go to the cinema! Can you name all the films?
Beth Emhoff when returning from a business trip to Hong Kong suddenly dies after suffering from an infection which is flu like and her young son also suffers. Mitch her husband somehow seems to be immune but as the days pass how many more people will be taken down by the virus?
*Le Mans ‘66 – UK Title. Original Title – Ford V Ferrari
A high paced film looking at American car designer Carroll Shelby and mechanic/driver Ken Miles as they look to race for Ford who want to beat Ferrari at the 24 hour Le Mans race to show the world they can create a fast car and not just mass produce them.
Cineworld announced yesterday that they are doing a Secret Screening that is for everyone and not just for Unlimited card holders. Naming it Secret Screening 1, provisionally with a 15 rating this does not mean the film will actually be a 15 though it can still be U!
Date: Monday 4th November 2019
It is being shown at all cinemas except Glasgow Science City.
Each year I find this list harder to put together considering I feel I make better choices when it comes to which films that I find myself watching. But obviously you are still going to come across some pretty awful films. I would just like to put a reminder on that this is obviously just my opinion! (You can check which films I saw at the cinema during 2018 here and 2018 films tagged here). This all done by UK release date as well!
Here are the films that made it onto my top 10 worst of 2018 list . . .
A young woman named Sawyer Valentini is involuntarily committed to a mental institution after attempting to speak to someone about the stalker she has been traumatised from. Locked away she must face her biggest fear, but what is real and what is part of her delusion?