Tag Archives: Mark Rylance

Dunkirk. Film Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

Cast: Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, Kenneth Brannagh, Aneurin Barnard, Cillian Murphy, Fionn Whitehead, Harry Styles, Damien Bonnard, Lee Armstrong, James Bloor, Barry Keoghan, Jack Lowden, Luke Thompson, Michael Biel, Constantin Balsan, Billy Howle, Mikey Collins, Callum Blake, Dean Ridge, Bobby Lockwood, Will Attenborough, Tom Nolan, James D’Arcy, Matthew Marsh, Adam Long, Miranda Nolan, Bradley Hall, Jack Cutmore-Scott, Brett Lorenzi, Michael Fox, Brian Vernal, Elliott Tittensor, Harry Richardson, Jochum ten Haaf, Johnny Gibson, Kim Hartman, Calum Lynch, Charley Palmer Rothwell, Tom Gill, John Nolan, Bill Milner, Jack Riddiford, Harry Collett, Eric Richard.

Bridge Of Spies, Film Review. Picturehouse@F.A.C.T., Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, Alan Alda, Scott Shepherd, Amy Ryan, Eve Hewson, Austin Stowell, Jesse Plemons, Will Rogers, Sebastian Koch, Dakin Matthews, Edward James Hyland, Mikhail Gorevoy, Joshua Harto, Domenick Lombardozzi, Victor Verhaeghe, Rebekah Brockman.

If a film can offer a lesson to be learned, if it can open a window, no matter how small, into a world where the sheer grasp of enlightenment can be gleaned and nurtured, then that film has succeeded where so many have failed.

Wolf Hall. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Mark Rylance, Damien Lewis, Claire Foy, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Bernard Hill, Joss Porter, Hannah Steele, Jessica Raine, Edward Holcroft, Joel MacCormack, Tom Holland, David Robb, Kate Philips, Luke Roberts, Richard Dillane, Will Keane,
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, Alistair Mackenzie, Mark Gatiss, Anton Lesser, Saskia Reeves, Jonathan Pryce, Max Fowler, Joanne Whalley, Harry Lloyd, Charity Wakefield, Christopher Fairbank, Aimee Ffion-Edwards.

Much Ado About Nothing, Theatre Review. The Old Vic, London.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: James Earl Jones, Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Elwyn, Leroy Osei-Bonsu, Beth Cooke, James Garnon, Danny Lee Wynter, Lloyd Everitt, Alan David, Trevor Laird, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Melody Grove, Penelope Beaumont, Peter Wright, Tim Barlow, Katherine Carlton.

 

There really is nothing quite like watching two of the most celebrated actors of their generation giving an audience an evening inside a theatre in which will be remembered for so long and for all the right reasons. When those two actors are the exquisite and commanding Vanessa Redgrave and one of the all-time greatest American actors in James Earl Jones and they are surrounded by a cast that just revelled in the performance, then The Old Vic was on to an absolute winner with their new stage production of Much Ado About Nothing.