Nadine Dorries Edition: Bits & Pieces - When hippie-millionaire Michael Brody Jr. publicly announced that he would be giving away his fortune in 1970, he and his wife became instant celebrities. They were mobbed by the public, scrutinized by the press, and overwhelmed by a crush of personal letters from
On the face of things, The Velvet Queen seems like just another nature documentary. It is indeed that, but also so much more. It is the best nature documentary I have seen in quite a long time. Vincent Munier, a nature photographer at the top of his profession, is joined
Atabai: Review. By Andrew Prosser.
Twenty-one, thirty-one, forty-one, fifty-one, sixty-one, seventy-one, eighty-one, ninety-one, one hundred and one, one hundred and eleven, hundred twenty-one, one hundred and thirty-one. So counts the narrator and titular character of writer-director Niki Karimi’s latest, Atabai, as the filmbegins.
And a fitting beginning it is, because
The Unbearable Weight of a Massive Talent Synopsis: Unfulfilled and facing financial ruin, actor Nicolas Cage (Nicolas Cage) accepts a $1 million offer to attend a wealthy fan's (Pedro Pascal) birthday party. Things take a wildly unexpected turn when a CIA operative (Tiffany Haddish) recruits Cage for an unusual mission.
Prehistoric Planet: Trailer Talk.
When I was little, I was obsessed with dinosaurs. As well as watching ‘Jurassic Park’ and visiting the dinosaur exhibit at London’s Natural History Museum numerous times, ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ was also consumed.
This was a BBC documentary series that only ran for one season but spawned