Sunday, 26 January 2014

Pompeii (2014)

Trailer : Pompeii (2014)


Releasing this February this period drama is about a gladiator fighting against time to save her lady love. Sounds a bit dramatic with the background of Pompeii but watch it for the love of period movies and fight sequences and Kit Harington ;). I am sure girls would.

Releasing on 21 February. 

Monday, 20 January 2014

The Monuments Men (2014)

Trailer: The Monuments Men (2014)


It is a World War II movie with a twist, it is not the people they are going to save from the Nazis but art masterpieces! As for the cast of this movie, you won't be disappointed. 

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

In Secret (2014)

Trailer: In Secret (2014)


In Secret is a story of a girl caught in a loveless marriage and what follows. Great thing is, girls will get to watch Tom Felton in an entirely different avatar. The period drama will release on 21st February.

Monday, 13 January 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Trailer: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)



How did you like it? Well it is definitely one of those movies I would be eagerly waiting for this year. The trailer is amazing and I think so would be the movie The Grand Budapest Hotel. Cannot expect a better or more diversified cast and I don't remember when was the last time I watched Ralph Fiennes look so funny, besides, you rarely get to see a comic period movie.

Releasing on 7th March.

Monday, 23 September 2013

Hedda Gabler (2013)

Hedda Gabler is a nineteenth century play, a classic by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen and it has now been made into a movie by young and talented director Matthew John.

The protagonist of the play, Hedda, returns home from her honeymoon and experiences a dull life after marriage and the things that follow.


This is the first time that I am going to post an exclusive interview with the stars of Hedda Gabler, in a three-posts-series.



This is the directorial debut for Matthew John and he admits that it was a challenge to start with a classic. 


“I know it’s a big risk, and I know there will be many Ibsen purists who will criticise us heavily over this,” said Matthew John. “But I believe we’re only doing what Ibsen himself would have done had he been adapting the stage play into a film script.”


Personally, I am excitedly waiting to watch the movie, bad for me it is still not available in my country. 

Keep coming back for more information on Hedda Gabler.