No, I won't be buying them as Christmas presents this year, and what do I think of them? We know that they sell them, but whether people buy them is another thing. I was very sad to hear him say Parisians annoyed him ! Wish that casting directors etc would offer him any part he wants !
I was born in Paris and I've always lived in this amazing city and I don't understand him.
Following which, I’ll take my son Joe off to the cinema.
He’s 14 now, and thankfully, after years of watching kids’ films like G-Force (it’s about a squad of hamster detectives), we’re starting to see slightly more grown-up movies, during which I don’t doze off.
His wife Clementine (Miranda Richardson) is also becoming fed up with his ranting and raving, so she sets about trying to make him see reason.
Director Jonathan Teplitzky (The Railway Man) tells this story in a style similar to The King's Speech, a more revelatory true-life drama that fictionalises backstage conversations.
The English won, and some slaves were beheaded, included Kunta’s Uncle Silla.
The problem is that he is coming across as a cranky man stuck in the old world, unable to see how warfare has changed in the previous 30 years and reluctant to relinquish control to the next generation.
Taunton-born actor James Purefoy is about to hit our screens in a big-budget TV drama called Rome.
BBC Somerset's Helen Otter caught up with the suave and debonair actor himself to find out where he's at. It was a bit of an eye-opener, as I'd been to a boarding school before that.
He was thrown into the bowels of a slave ship traveling to America.
They were chained and lined up like sardines, and when they tried to take over the ship, it got bloody.