Film review by Jason Day of the movie Florence Foster Jenkins, in which Meryl Streep takes the title role, a tone deaf singer who finally achieves her dream of singing to an audience, despite the fact she is tone deaf. Co-starring Hugh Grant.
August 5, 2018
1940's, Comedy film, Film review, Florence Foster Jenkins film, Hugh Grant, Jason Day, Meryl Streep, New York, Stephen Frears, World War 2 / WWII
Film review by Jason Day of Victoria and Abdul, starring Judi Dench as an aged, infirm Queen Victoria and her real-life, close friendship with her Muslim teacher Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal).
September 26, 2017
Ali Fazal, Eddie Izzard, Film review, Historical drama, Judi Dench, Period drama, Queen Victoria, Stephen Frears, Victoria and Abdul film, Victorian era
Maysa Moncao’s review of the Lance Armstrong film starring Ben Foster. Directed by Stephen Frears, who provided a Q&A to Maysa and other reviewers at the Toronto International Film Festival/TIFF 15.
Film review by Jason Day of The Queen, the drama chronicling Queen Elizabeth II’s (Helen Mirren) days immediately following the death of Princess Diana and the fallout for the British Royal Family.