Ken Stott

Movie Review: The Mercy (2018)

Cinema has long been home to inspirational “true story” interpretations, operating as a vessel through which filmmakers can translate fact into fiction. There’s an audience for it, so the biopic genre and its various filtered offshoots continue to be a mainstay of mainstream movies. There’s a seemingly endless collection of personalities and adventures to choose…

Movie Review: One Day (2011)

Amidst the blood bath movies of “Conan the Barbarian” and “Fright Night” and the children’s film “Spy Kids: All the Time in the World,” One Day starring Anne Hathaway released this weekend. All summer I have seen trailers for this dramatic film and thought the premise was interesting, despite it looking like just another chick…

Movie Trailer: One Day (2011)

Once a year, on the day of their university graduation, Emma and Dexter get together to celebrate the day they met. Based on the acclaimed novel by David Nicholls, One Day is a tale, spanning some 20 years, of enduring love and friendship through the best and worst of times for two people on separate…

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