Archive for May 24th, 2014

Movie Mayhem – The Railway Man

For every actor that makes it his mission to star in only the biggest, most spectacle-fueled movies he can before it burns him into oblivion, there is an actor who sets his sights on smaller, more lavishly breathtaking and subtlety emotional films that give him a chance to thrive and truly perform. One of those actors is Colin Firth, who doesn’t shy away from the occasional fun piece of Hollywood shlock (see: Bridget Jones’s Diary and Mamma Mia!), but always tends to gravitate back to the smaller films that may or may not ever see the light of day in a cinema outside of prestigious film festivals. But since he’s been able to craft such a delicate body of work because of this, including his new intimately heartbreaking film, The Railway Man, it’s hard to want him to ever give it up. Don’t Stop — There’s Plenty More

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