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DVD Review – ‘Gaslight’ (1944)

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I’ve done a new review on a movie I’ve seen recently. This is the 1944 film ‘Gaslight’, starring Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotton. This film is based upon the 1938 play by Patrick Hamilton. I’ve seen a 2017 theatre production of the play and it was quite different compared to seeing the 1944 film. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’

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Last Friday, my parents and I saw a good Disney film on Disney+. This is the 1971 film ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’. I recall seeing this film as a little kid. The film might have been my introduction to World War II and the Nazis in 1940 as well as witches, though I can’t say this with absolute certainty. Continue reading

DVD Reviews – ‘Agatha Christie Murder Mystery DVD Collection’

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Many of you Agatha Christie fans will be anticipating the upcoming film adaptation of ‘Death on the Nile’ by Kenneth Branagh. Before that time comes, here are four reviews on four film adaptations of Agatha Christie’s books from producers John Brabourne and Richard Goodwin to enjoy. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

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I’ve recently seen the film ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ at the cinema with my parents and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Beforehand, I’d seen the original 1964 film of ‘Mary Poppins’ starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke on Christmas Eve via BBC One. I’m glad I saw that before watching this special movie! Continue reading

New Disney Reviews

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Today on my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog, I’ve added three new reviews on three films produced by Disney. These three films are some of my favourites from the world of Disney. I hope you’ll enjoy reading my thoughts on these three films. Each film is different to each other in terms of production. Continue reading