Category Archives: Film

Favouritest Grabs Ever – Twelfth Edition

Time for another edition of our Favouritest Grabs Ever.  As usual, these are grabs of Mr. Malahide’s performances that Admin and I found especially interesting, appealing, or entertaining and why. RF’s Picks: What’s Going On in This Picture? It’s from … Continue reading

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Mortal Engines DVD & Blu-Ray Release

Mortal Engines which has Patrick Malahide as post-apocalyptic London’s Mayor Magnus Crome will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on March 12.  If you’d like to read our cinema recap, click here.

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Analysis of a Scene XLIII: Remembering Albert Finney in “A Man of No Importance”

  RFodchuk and I were very saddened by the death on February 17 of the great Albert Finney.  His beautiful performance as Alfred Byrne alongside Patrick Malahide’s deliciously and wickedly officious Inspector Carson in “A Man of No Importance” is … Continue reading

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Mortal Engines Recap

Well, I finally managed to see Mortal Engines. I enjoyed it, and it made for a nice Christmas Eve outing. However, it differs greatly from the book by Philip Reeve. Many of the key changes revolve around Patrick Malahide’s and … Continue reading

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The Express on the Return of George Cornelius

The Express has an article  discussing the delightful George Cornelius, who was recently featured in a teaser clip, and his return to”Luther”.  From the article:  A new teaser clip shows the return of a popular character, George Cornelius (played by Patrick Malahide) in … Continue reading

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A Look at Magnus Crome

So here he is: Mayor of London, Magnus Crome in all his glory.  He appears in a new “Mortal Engines” featurette around the 42-second mark alongside Hugo Weaving’s Thaddeus Valentine. It is brilliant to see Patrick Malahide and Hugo Weaving … Continue reading

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Favouritest Grabs Ever – Eleventh Edition

It’s been a while since we’ve taken a look at our Favouritest Grabs, so Admin and I thought it was about time – plus it gives us an excuse to look through grabs.   As always, these are scenes from Mr. … Continue reading

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New Mortal Engines Trailer — So where is Magnus Crome?

Universal Pictures have started ramping up the promotional work for Mortal Engines and have even dropped a couple of trailers.  Here is trailer #2.  It looks like a very exciting film and seems extremely well made, but we at the … Continue reading

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Confident Blokes (Played by Patrick Malahide)

While Mr. Malahide has played a number of interestingly flawed characters, Admin and I have also noticed that he frequently plays very confident ones – perhaps too confident for their own good in some cases.  And his Confident Blokes can … Continue reading

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Happy National Dog Day!

Happy National Dog Day from the Appreciation!

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