Oh hello there Summer. How y’doing? Whatcha been up to? Sure is nice to see you. So how long do you reckon you’ll – oh, you’ve gone.
It came, it went and, in honour of the sun’s fleeting but glorious presence, we’ve compiled our Top 10 Summer Movies. So next time watching the Female Greco-Roman Wrestling or the preliminary rounds of the Women’s Lightweight Snatch (yep, totally real) doesn’t appeal to you, hunker down with one of these.
What? I mean, what? Really?
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…
London Fashion Week just happened. Did you know that? A huge fashionable event JUST HAPPENED in the UK and, if you’re anything like us here at Best For Film, you probably didn’t notice until somebody mentioned it this morning. We felt bad. Well, we didn’t feel THAT bad, but we did decide that we should do something to celebrate; so, without any further ado, here are the top 10 fashion lessons of cinema. BFF style…
First released fourteen whole years ago, Australian country music drama Doing Time for Patsy Cline is an aspirational story which, in all probability, won’t make you aspire to very much except maybe possessing a thorough knowledge of quantum physics so you can build a time machine and make sure it stays in 1997. That.
Kenneth Branagh may be playing Laurence Olivier in My Week with Marilyn, a film based on the diaries of Colin Clark.