From Raspberry World – Volume 1, Issue 5 (February / March 2007) Continue reading Would You Believe?
This is a single from John Barrowman’s 2008 album “Music Music Music.” The song was written by Gary Barlow of Take That. Normally our Video of the Week is a fan-produced effort, but I really like this song and I simply adore the video. I hope you enjoy it as well.
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert! What really gave this film substance, for me, was the dynamic between the characters played so well by Weaving, Stamp and Pearce. Another wonderful aspect of Priscilla was the meeting of semmingly disparate elements of the Australian social landscape – Outback culture, the drag scene and ABBA mania. The ABBA craze was so rife in 70s Aus that it has been referenced in more than one film. (See also, Muriel’s Wedding).
2001: A Space Odyssey is one of my all time favourites. I’m not quite sure why (or perhaps that’s part of the attraction). I enjoyed the experience of growing up with this film and found that with each viewing, some new and brilliant aspect revealed itself.
“The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension” to “Airplane!” Continue reading 1,001 Movies – Week 4
Wonderful selection this week! Especially the dark kids movies. Weirdest thing Addams Family isn’t out on DVD though Addams Family Values is. Countdown is on for the next Gilliam movie, can’t wait.
In celebration of International Talk Like a Pirate Day we present this group of drunken pirates who take over the cabaret at Gallifrey One: Episode XIV – The Faction Paradox held in 2003. They
sing perform a medley of piratical pop favorites. That’s “Doctor Who” writer Paul Cornell as the evening’s emcee.
Click at your own peril!
Ok, so Oliver Reed’s style was well..Oliver Reed ie. it seemed logical for the intense kind of character he often played. But Oh! My! God! I nearly fell off my chair when McCallum blasted off and launched into his routine!! He gets my vote for the “take no prisoners” approach to dance! Lol!
“Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein” to “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen”
Gees, can’t tell much about Oliver Reed’s dancing. Gotta give points to McCallum for the strange knee drop bit – it’s unique if nothing else!