Articles Posted in the " Emma Watson " Category


  • The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

    Dear Friend. In her first leading role outside the castle walls of Hogwarts (though strangely, still in the 90s), Emma Watson turns American adolescent as she welcomes you to the island of misfit toys. If you’re still reading and not too busy cringing your face inside out, you might find a lot to like in Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower.





  • My Week With Marilyn

    Her name alone conjures up an image for all of us; whether it’s the sexy woman in the billowing white skirts, the girl who famously slept in nothing but Chanel No. 5 or the actress who died in mysterious circumstances, we all feel as if we know Marilyn Monroe. This biopic elegantly cuts through our preconceptions about Hollywood’s brightest star, offering an uncommonly intimate account of just seven days in her life…


  • 10 reasons you’re wrong about Daniel Radcliffe

    There’s a balmy lethargy that comes over anyone who tries to talk about Daniel Radcliffe. Eyes become dusty, heads shake, the subject is swiftly changed and forgotten, as conversation invariably turns to Emma Watson’s blossoming torso. But why? Over the course of ten years mainly made up of having pictures taken with owls, the Boy Who Lived has somehow developed traits of He Who Must Not Be Named. But you know what? You’re wrong about Daniel Radcliffe. You’re wrong about him, and I’ve got words that prove it.