Tag Archives: Sam Hazeldine

Requiem. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Ration * * *

Cast: Lydia Wilson, Joel Fry, James Frechville, Claire Rushbrook, Joanna Scanlon, Pippa Haywood, Tara Fitzgerald, Sian Reece-Williams, Richard Harrington, Simon Kunz, Dyfan Dwyfor, Brendan Coyle, Clare Calbraith, Sam Hazeldine, Bella Ramsey, Caroline Martin, Darren Evans, Charles Dale, Jane Thorne, Charles Dale, Oliver Lansley, Brochan Evans, Sonia Ritter, Gareth Mason, Emmie Thompson, Ffion Jolly, Mali Morse, Nicola Reynolds.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard. Film Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Eloide Yung, Salma Hayek, Tsuwayuki Saotome, Richard E. Grant, Gary Oldman, Rod Hallett, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Michael Gor, Barry Atsma, Kirsty Mitchell, Tine Joustra, Sam Hazeldine, Joaquim de Almeida, Georgie Glen, Dijarn Campbell.

 

The Huntsman: Winter’s War. Film Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 7/10

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain, Charlize Theron, Nick Frost, Sheridan Smith, Alexandra Roach, Rob Brydon, Sam Hazeldine, Robert Portal, Sope Dirisu, Annabelle Dowler, Colin Morgan, Ralph Ineson, Liam Neeson.

Winter is always coming; it just depends on how far you are willing to go in which to protect yourself against the savagery of war that plunges mortal beings into the ways of the warrior. Frost calls and the Huntsmen go in search of more lands to steal; it might not sound like a fairy tale but The Huntsman: Winter’s War is no story in which to consult The Brother’s Grimm over, this is a made up sequel of its own creation.

’71, Film Review. Picturehouse@F.A.C.T., Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Jack O’ Connell, Paul Anderson, Sam Reid, Seam Harris, Charlie Murphy, Sam Hazeldine, Killian Scott, Richard Dormer, Barry Keoghan, David Wilmot, Martin McCann, Corey McKinley, Valene Kane, Paul Popplewell, Amy Molloy, Joshua Hill, Eric Campbell, Ben Peel, Jack Lowden, Nicola-Jayne Wells, Lee Bolton, Babou Casey, Liam McMahon, Denise Gough, Paul Bergquist, Dawn Bradfield.

In any war there are always two sides to the tale. Both sides normally deserve airing, with certain objections to history and they deserve to be told with the greatest of respect and humility; a chance for an understanding to be reached before the apportioning of blame, retribution and justice can be sought.

Ripper Street, The Weight Of One Man’s Heart. Television Review. B.B.C. Television.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn, Adam Rothenberg, MyAnna Buring, Iain Glen, Sam Hazeldine, Michael James Ford, Laura Hitchings, Charlene McKenna, David Wilmot, Jonathan Barnwell, Liam Carney.

 

When loyalties are tested between past glories and those that present and future hold where does a person go. This is the premise of the latest in the excellently made Ripper Street series, The Weight Of One Man’s Heart.