Tag Archives: Colin Firth

Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby (2016)

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Bridget Jones is a classic character that most females feel an affinity with; she’s not a perfect pin up but a real woman who struggles through the everyday issues of diets, jobs and, of course, men.

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Prestige, but predictable? 2011 Academy Awards review

Last Sunday saw the 83rd Academy Awards ceremony celebrate some of the best films of the past year. But how obvious were their choices?

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The King’s Speech is moving and majestic

“The King’s Speech” has received international acclaim as Colin Firth has come from Mr Darcy to King George VI struggling with a stammer, his brother abdicating and the emergence of World War Two.

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