Happy New Year! Well, almost, at least here in western Europe. Nevertheless, instead of hoping you all have a wonderful evening during what I believe to be the most overrated night of the year, I hope you have a great 2014, from start to finish. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2013
What have you done, Keanu… Was someone forcing you at gunpoint? Continue reading
Everybody knew it was happening and, finally, The Time of the Doctor came, and Matt Smith went away. Tearful – very -, funny at times and with a strong entrance by Peter Capaldi, everything very expected. And yet, it felt like it was not the proper goodbye Matt Smith deserved. Continue reading
That title might seem misleading: why would I be comparing the Peter Jackson saga with one of the most important trilogies of all time? First of all, I believe it is unfair to say one is better than the other, mainly because they are opposite genres, and therefore it is impossible to try and make a proper comparison. They are just different. Continue reading
Today is the day that Christmas officially begins. Well, at least for me. I am flying home and, for some reason, I decide to arrive to the airport three hours earlier, because who doesn’t love to hang out at these places for half a day? Continue reading
This is a great opportunity to listen to this majestic score, composed by Maurice Jarre.
As if sometimes it wasn’t enough with taking away just one, this past day has seen two great film stars leave this world: Peter O’Toole and Joan Fontaine. Continue reading
The lights are dim. There is a silent in the room. And then, you can hear it, the sound of a laser harp. That is how you know that a Robin Ince show has just started.
Last night, the final series of Christmas performances of Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People opened at Bloomsbury Theatre, where Ince has been performing this variety/science/comedy show since 2008. And there is only one thing that Ince wants to prove to us: scientists are fun. Yes, they are indeed. Continue reading
People of England, brace yourselves, because the awaited sequel of the 2004 -geez, time flies- successful movie is soon to be released. On December 18th, Ron Burgundy and his team return to the big screen. Continue reading
London is seeing yet another musical theatre adaptation of a successful film, a trend that seems to be happening quite often over the past decade. Continue reading
As someone born in the border between the 80s and the 90s, I can safely say that my childhood was not about cartoons, or puppets or dolls -well, only Barbies: it was about Friends. I grew up with Ross, Chandler and company, and they taught me English, life issues and weird songs. Continue reading