Tag Archives: Benedict Cumberbatch

Television Retrospective: Stuart: A Life Backwards

by Becky Mezzanotte Stuart: A Life Backwards, a made-for-television film co-produced by the BBC and HBO from 2007, tells the true story of Alexander Masters, a volunteer at a homeless shelter, his friendship with Stuart Shorter, a homeless man who … Continue reading

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Television: The BBC’s Sherlock

(Editor’s Note:  For those who follow the series closely, the following post contains spoilers.) by Becky Mezzanotte The first of January marked an exciting day for those who follow the BBC’s Sherlock and who live in the U.K. The first … Continue reading

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Film Review: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

(Editor’s Note: The following review may contain spoilers.  Please read on at your own risk.) by Becky Mezzanotte Back in September, I wrote a post (please see: “Warning! May Contain Spoilers (Or Can a Global Internet Society Keep Secrets?)”) about … Continue reading

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Third Star: The Film that Stunned Me into Silence

by Becky Mezzanotte I am obsessed with film. Honestly, if I could do nothing but watch movies, work on films and write blog entries about film, I would be one very happy individual. My recent fascination with British film and … Continue reading

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