The end of the Christopher Plummer Blogathon takes us full circle, to Plummer's one Oscar-winning role as well as a darker shadow of his most famous performance.
In the last two days, articles for the blogathon have analyzed Plummer in two different World War II-themed pictures, plus his memorable turn as a Star Trek villain.
In the films covered by these latest articles, Plummer plays everyone from Kaiser Wilhelm to the Emperor of the Galaxy in films ranging from stellar to...well, trash!
Plummer's turns as a ruthless bank robber in "The Silent Partner" and an over-the-hill adventurer in "Up" are the subject's of today's articles.
Day 1 of the blogathon brings us reviews of "The Sound of Music" and "The Man Who Would Be King."
Although a well-made and interesting film, Schaffner's "Papillon" suffers from the identity crisis of its source material: is it fact or fiction?
A film made in the year 2000 perfectly retells one of humanity's oldest and most compelling stories: that of the marooned castaway.
Kevin Costner's 2003 film offers a look at the possibilities of the Western genre in this century by "going small" rather than trying to be "epic."
Here's MovieRob's entry in the Wes Anderson Blogathon! Thanks so much for participating! This review is part of the Wes Anderson Blogathon being hosted by [...]