Tommy has to court fascism in order to conduct business and, maybe, change the world. Sure, Jan!
Eddie Brock and his new pal Venom aren’t just a Marvel duo, they represent a lot of our (post)modern-day fears.
Arthur gets a bad surprise when he visits Alfie Solomons. And when Michael lands in jail, something worse happens to his mother.
Polly’s long lost son Michael becomes a part of the family. Maybe a bit too much for her liking.
Tommy manages to keep himself alive. He gets back to London to speak with Alfie Solomons, and later writes a letter to Winston Churchill himself.
Finally in the hands of the Crown for high treason, James Delaney is tortured for information on his gunpowder conspirators.
Up against the East India Company worse than ever, James finds his own worries pale in comparison to those of his half-sister Zilpha at the moment.
When the duel at dawn between Thorne & James ends in an unexpected turn, Delaney soon finds himself in a worse position than before.
FX’s Taboo Episode 3 Directed by Kristoffer Nyholm Written by Steven Knight * For a recap & review of Episode 2, click here. * For a recap & review of Episode 4, click here. With James Keziah Delaney (Tom Hardy) having been stabbed, and having stabbed back, at the end of Episode 2, what’s leftContinue reading “Taboo – Episode 3”
As James Delaney’s return settles on London, the man himself begins assembling a crew after purchasing a merchant ship at auction.
James Keziah Delaney returns from a mysterious life at sea, one that took him into Africa, as his father passes in London and a small war erupts over what’s left in his wake.
Bronson. 2008. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. Screenplay by Brock Norman Brock & Refn. Starring Tom Hardy, Matt King, James Lance, Amanda Burton, Kelly Adams, Juliet Oldfield, Jonathan Phillips, Mark Powley, Hugh Ross, Joe Tucker, Gordon Brown, & Charlie Whyman. Str8jacket Creations/Vertigo Films/Aramid Entertainment Fund. Rated 14A. 92 minutes. Biography/Crime/Drama ★★★★1/2 Time and again IContinue reading “Refn’s Bronson is a Surreal Character Study of Lonely Violence”