Tag Archives: Rupert Everett

Quacks. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Rory Kinnear, Lydia Leonard, Mathew Baynton, Tom Basdon, Rupert Everett, Marcia Warren, Lisa Jackson, Kayvan Novak, Georgie Glen, Milly Thomas, Andrew Scott, Miles Jupp, Fellena Woolgar, David Bamber, Ben Willbond, Geoff McGivern.

 

Every profession has the pop stars of their day, the showmen and women, the extroverts and the gregarious who live for the acclaim, the prestige and the privilege it brings. The artist, the poet, the actor, the musician and the surgeon, all have their theatres, all have one person who plays to the crowd and relishes the sense of power it brings.

The Musketeers, Death Of A Hero. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Alexandra Dowling, Ryan Gage, Tamla Kari, Matthew McNulty, Luke Pasqualino, Hugo Speer, Rupert Everett, Thalissa Teixeira, Lukas Juza, Andre Flynn, Jared Doreck, Tom Morely, Ben Whitrow.

The manipulation of a single moment in Time, the guise in which our last moments on Earth can cover and disguise every intention and possible misdeed that went before it, is as easy to fall into as the truly heroic and virtuously noble man to slip into the bear pit of a single mistake which undoes every honourable and moral act ever taken…manipulation of a single moment is always remembered by history in the final breath of the person and one that can signal the Death of a Hero.

The Musketeers: To Play The King. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Luke Pasqualino, Alexandra Dowling, Ryan Gage, Tamla Kari, Matthew McNulty, Hugo Speer, Rupert Everett, Matt Stokoe, Ian McKee, Stephen Walters, Ross O’Hennesy, Thalisa Teixeira, Andrew Turner, Allan Corduner, Leah Haile, Tom Morley, Naomi Radcliffe, Ernesto Cekan, Christian Dunckley Clark.

The Musketeers, The Queen’s Diamonds. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Luke Pasqualino, Ryan Gage, Tamla Kari, Alexandra Dowling, Rupert Everett, Hugo Speer, Paul McGann, Matthew McNulty, Sarah Smart, James Callis, Matt Stokoe, Laura Haddock, Olivia Poulet, Thalissa Teixeira, Allan Corduner, Harriet Thorpe, Lucie Cerna, Barbora Cerna, Monika Timkova, David Pearse, Michael Peavoy.

The Musketeers, Brothers In Arms. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Luke Pasqualino, Alexandra Dowling, Ryan Gage, Tamla Kari, Matthew McNulty, Hugo Speer, Rupert Everett, Andre Flynn, Farren Morgan, Simon Startin, Jonny Magnanti, Thalissa Teixeira, Richard Dormer, Lisa McGrillis. Matt Stokoe, Tom Morley, Daniel Brown.

The Musketeers: The Hunger. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Luke Pasqualino, Ryan Gage, Tamla Kari, Alexandra Dowling, Matthew McNulty, Hugo Speer, Rupert Everett, Dan Parr, Thalissa Tiexeira, Oliver Chris, Jan Spanbauer, Barry McCormick, Jodie Hay, Frances Magee, Janet Walker, Duran Fulton Brown, Matt Stokoe, Crispin Letts, Christopher Brand, Andy Linden, Ian Conningham.

The Musketeers, The Spoils Of War. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Howard Charles, Luke Pasqualino, Tamla Kari, Alexandra Dowling, Rupert Everett, Ryan Gage, Hugo Speer, Michael Ballard, Terence Beesley, Danny Burns, Sam Clemmett, Chris Corrigan, Crispin Letts, Matthew McNulty, Dan Parr, Giselle Scantlebury, Matt Stokoe, John Woodvine.

War between the two great 17th Century European superpowers of France and Spain was never one that ended easily or with much gained upon either side; just lots of dead men, lots of potential wasted and heroes made, some of bronze, some of clay.

A Royal Night Out, Film Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 5/10

Cast: Rupert Everett, Sarah Gadon, Bel Powley, Emily Watson, Jack Reynor, Roger Allam, Anastasia Harrold, Ruth Sheen, Jack Laskey, Jack Gordon, Emma Connell, Maria Lee Metheringham, Laurence Spellman, Jessica Jay, Geoffrey Streatfield, Sophie Di Martino, Jack Brady.

If a story is worth telling then perhaps it doesn’t matter how much it strays from the actual version of events, however when the truth of a significant moment in time for a person, regardless of the stature or place in the history books, is distorted and warped, it can hardly be a surprise when half the world suddenly believes it to be the truth and legends grow and falsehoods spread.