There is no mistaking that Beetlejuice is directed by Tim Burton. The trademark white and black pallet is present but more so are the bizarre but extremely inventive ideas that have made his movies so iconic and so appealing. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Beetlejuice (1988) Review
Christmas is a time to watch all the classic movies, from Home Alone to It’s a Wonderful Life. This year, Views from the Sofa is taking a more unconventional look at Christmas with five movies which may not exactly spread … Continue reading Unconventional Christmas Movies: Rise of the Guardians (2012) Review
There is no arguing that this is the Golden Age of Superhero movies but there are plenty of other heroes than didn’t originate in the pages of DC and Marvel. Before superheroes and super-powers, there were heroes of a different kind, … Continue reading Five “classic” heroes in need of a reboot
For the ten years that Friends dominated the sitcom arena, it had it’s fair share of famous faces, particularly from the world of movies. Plenty of movie stars shared the screen with the famous friends, some playing against type and others … Continue reading The best movie star cameos on Friends
There are many examples of movie star siblings in Hollywood. Some families have fantastic success throughout their family while others have one prolific, movie star sibling while the other brother or sister struggles to put together a career as varied, interesting … Continue reading Sibling vs. Sibling: Who does it better?
There isn’t a film that has left me quite as sombre and sober as Still Alice did. It isn’t that it is gut-wrenchingly tragic, with a huge event having cataclysmic effects or that the events on-screen have necessarily affected my … Continue reading Still Alice (2015) Review