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Movie Review – ‘Flightplan’

SPOILERS ALERT!!!

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The first time I saw Jodie Foster was in a film called ‘Flightplan’. I saw this movie at the cinema back in 2005, I saw it again on DVD in 2006, and I recently saw it on Disney+ in 2022. You could argue that ‘Flightplan’ is a remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic ‘The Lady Vanishes’. There is validity in that. 🙂 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Anna and the King’

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Most of us know ‘The King and I’ story where Anna Leonowens, an English school teacher, went to Siam in the late 19th century to teach the many children and wives of King Mongkut. This has been portrayed in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical on stage, in live-action film, and in cartoon film. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Candleshoe’

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My parents and I checked out another movie on Disney+ last Friday. This happened to be ‘Candleshoe’, a 1977 family film starring Jodie Foster, David Niven, Helen Hayes and Leo McKern. Apparently the movie was a based upon a book by Michael Innes called ‘Christmas at Candleshoe’. 😐 Continue reading