The pair appeared in the 2021 Michael Sheen film, Last Train to Christmas. I'm not sure which film they took the scene from but it was excellently edited in, shame about the rest of the film though!It's Not Cricket. On YouTube.
Basil Rathford and Naunton Wayne bit of nonsense.
Not quite Charters and Caldicott but very similar .
A few amusing moments. Worth an hour if you're into that sort of film.
The Lady Vanishes or Night Train to Munich you’d think.See the film is coming to Sky Cinema on the 18th.The pair appeared in the 2021 Michael Sheen film, Last Train to Christmas. I'm not sure which film they took the scene from but it was excellently edited in, shame about the rest of the film though!
A film about cannibals seems an odd place to be eating millionaire tarts. It’s a wonder you had any appetite for them!Change of plan today.
Which I’m sure you’ll all be interested in!
We gave our intended film Living with Bill Nighty a late swerve and went to see Bones and All instead.
A bit of a difference though as opposed to watching a veteran civil servant receiving a medical diagnosis that inspires him to live what’s left of his life to the full, we saw a romance between two teenage cannibals on a road trip around America eating people.
I know it sounds odd, but watch it if you get the chance, it’s better than it sounds.
The bonus was that it was in our local cinema’s VIP auditorium.
That’s just 12 seats, configured in 6 double reclining sofas.
As we were the only ones there we took a sofa each.
All that for a total of £11.20.
However we did, rather extravagantly, also splash out on some coffees but took our own scones and millionaire tarts.
And in a recent interview Cameron has said the 3rd film in this series has already been made so not having to wait so long.Avatar: The Way of the Water (2022). Definitely a James Cameron film! The visuals are excellent while the story line lacks depth. Some well known actors appear including Sigourney Weaver, though I hadn't spotted Kaye Winslet. 8/10.
We watched it in 3D and was worth viewing that way. If you intend to go and see it find a cinema with the biggest screen and catch the 3D version!
Sometimes they make them back to back like that. B Westerns were sometimes made like that when they were a more popular genre. When you think about it , it saves a lot of dosh.Lord of the rings trilogy is another example.And in a recent interview Cameron has said the 3rd film in this series has already been made so not having to wait so long.