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Movie Review – ‘Dolittle’

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I’ve now seen the latest ‘Dolittle’ film starring Robert Downey Jr. I wasn’t really interested in this film at the time it came out at cinemas in January 2020. But over the past five months and with us going through the current pandemic – please keep safe – I’ve found myself taking an interest in this film. 🙂 Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Day of the Doctor’

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This is the 50th anniversary special of ‘Doctor Who’ called ‘The Day of the Doctor’ by Steven Moffat. It features Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Jenna Coleman as Clara. It also features David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, John Hurt as the War Doctor and Billie Piper as the Moment. It also features Daleks and Zygons. Continue reading

Christmas DVD reviews – The ‘Nativity’ Film Series

  

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Yes, I suppose I’ve got the Christmas blues here. In the transition from 2017 into 2018, I’ve been watching the ‘Nativity’ family film series on DVD. That’s the three ‘Nativity’ films which I suppose should be called a trilogy at the moment. But that doesn’t seem to be the case, as I will explain later. Continue reading

Celebrating 50 Years of ‘Doctor Who’

50th anniversary DVD

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My DVD reviews on the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ are available to check out on my blog. These include DVD reviews on the stories featured in the ’50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD’ of ‘Doctor Who’. Continue reading

New Page and Reviews – ‘The World of Charles Dickens’

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I’ve added a brand-new page to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog!

This is ‘The World of Charles Dickens’ page! This is where I will post reviews related to the works of Charles Dickens, including DVD reviews on the TV and film adaptations of his novels. This will include ‘The Pickwick Papers’; ‘Oliver Twist’; ‘A Christmas Carol’; ‘Martin Chuzzlewit’; ‘David Copperfield’; ‘A Tale of Two Cities’; ‘Great Expectations’ and ‘Our Mutual Friend’. Continue reading