REVIEW: “Pilgrimage” (2017) — Keith & the Movies

“For those few folks needing more proof (assuming they still exist) that big budgets aren’t essential to good moviemaking, I present to you Brendan Muldowney’s “Pilgrimage”, a beautiful and propulsive medieval thriller anchored in 13th century European complexity and brutality. “

For those few folks needing more proof (assuming they still exist) that big budgets aren’t essential to good moviemaking, I present to you Brendan Muldowney’s “Pilgrimage”, a beautiful and propulsive medieval thriller anchored in 13th century European complexity and brutality. With a meager budget of just over $5 million, “Pilgrimage” looks and plays out better than many of its […]

via REVIEW: “Pilgrimage” (2017) — Keith & the Movies

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Berlin Station review on Heavy.com

“The plot seems stolen from the headlines, to some degree, and we’re led to make obvious parallels to them. In season 2, Daniel Miller (the protagonist from season 1, who is played with brooding intensity by Richard Armitage), has infiltrated an alt-right (neo-Nazi) group with shady ties to the rising, right-wing German political candidate. “

Berlin Station season 2 introduces Ashley Judd as a new station chief bent on solving high-stakes geopolitical intrigue. Warning: Plot spoilers.

via Berlin Station Season 2 Review: On Ashley Judd & More — Heavy.com

For posterity: Richard Armitage has joined the cast of Julie Delpy’s My Zoe

EXCLUSIVE: Richard Armitage has joined the cast of Julie Delpy’s My Zoe, which is being sold at the EFM in Berlin by Protagonist Pictures. He’ll join Daniel Brühl, Lior Ashkenazy and child actor Sophia Ally in the pic, which is written and directed by Delpy and produced by Philomena and The Invisible Woman producer Gabrielle Tana. Armitage, who’s renowned for playing Thorin Oakenshield in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy, will play the role of James, the ex-husband of…

via Richard Armitage Joins Julie Delpy’s ‘My Zoe’ — Berlin — Deadline

Happy Birthday Richard Armitage and Happy Third Blogaversary To Me!

Three years ago today I started this blog to say Happy Birthday to Richard.  Today it continues, even though so much is different, and yet some things do not change.

Richard, may you drink deep from the well of happiness, good health, and prosperity. May your good friends, and their love, be endless and unconditional. And may you have the most beautiful, productive (or restful,) and glorious of Birthdays!

Happy Birthday Richard Armitage!

Happy Birthday Richard Armitage!

 

A late contribution to Richard Armitage Birthday Week

A late contribution to Richard Armitage Birthday Week

~ crystalchandlyre