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CAST: Therese Bradley, James Cosmo, Henry Ian Cusick, Beans El-Balawi, Polly Frame, Demi Moore, ; DIRECTED BY: Craig Rosenberg;
VIDEO: Trailer - Half Light Half Light is the kind of schlocky B film that studios used to make with young, inexpensive actors, to give new directors a chance to hone their craft. It's still that, but the leading role has gone to Demi Moore, in an attempt to put a few more posteriors on perches. That gives the film a weight it can't handle, and a star whose limitations become more apparent as she tries to swim in the deeper end of the emotional pool. Don't get me wrong - I've loved Moore in some of the sassy and brassy films she's made, where her Amazonian body did most of the acting. She can be a force of nature in the right role, kicking butt or showing her own, but she's never been the type to play a role like Rebecca, or another of Joan Fontaine's characters, the wife in Suspicion - films that might have been in the back of... The press notes say that Rosenberg, the Australian director of Hotel de Love , wrote Half Light some years ago then put it away, while he wrote scripts for the likes of Steven Spielberg and Wes Craven (which appear to remain unproduced). That was probably the right thing to do with it, given that it's half-boiled and half-witted. Or perhaps that's too harsh: it has a few chilling moments, which suggest what it might have been, and a lot more silly, predictable, cliched stuff that brings it to grief as either thriller, romance or vehicle for Moore's talents. Moore is Rachel Carlson, a successful mystery novelist with a house in Primrose Hill in London, a seven-year-old son, Thomas (Beans El-Balawi), on whom she dotes, and a husband who's jealous of her success. Brian (Henry Ian Cusick) is also a novelist, but his novels keep getting rejected. She has a wall full of awards and writes everything on a typewriter (even though Moore shows us she can't really type). When Rachel leaves a gate open to the canal behind the house, the boy drowns. A year later, Rachel holes up in a cottage on the rugged Scottish coast, trying to write her next book. Trying to calm her mind, Rachel takes a dinghy to a nearby island, to a windswept lighthouse. Sharp readers will already have guessed what's going on. I did and I'm not that sharp. Rosenberg says he wanted to make a Hitchcock-style thriller, but he ought not to have advertised the fact. Hitchcock didn't like whodunits, for a start. Source: www.smh.com.au
Moore is Rachel Carlson, a successful mystery novelist with a house in Primrose Hill in London, a seven-year-old son, Thomas (Beans El-Balawi), on whom she dotes, and a husband who's jealous of her success. Brian (Henry Ian Cusick) is also a novelist,
Cast: Demi Moore, Henry Ian Cusick, Beans El-Balawi, Kate Isitt. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) SBS6, 20.30 uur. Avontuur Het zijn donkere tijden waarin piraten harteloos worden vermoord en piratenschepen genadeloos worden vernietigd.
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Starring Catherine McCormack, Robert Carlyle, Amanda Walker, Shahid Ahmed, Garfield Morgan, Emily Beecham, Beans El-Balawi, Chris Ryman, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau In a year of non-stop disappointments, who could’ve guessed that the film to deliver ...
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