McQueen | Film Review by Tim Baros

Fashion designer Alexander McQueen was a genius He had an eye for fashion but was also a troubled soul. The new documentary ‘McQueen’ shows the highs, and the lows, of McQueen’s life.   Alexander McQueen, born in London’s East End…

The glitz, the glamour, the stars, the red carpet, the sun. Yes, it’s time again for the Cannes Film Festival.

From May 17 – 28, the film and party bacchanalia is the place to be and be seen. It’s a festival so unlike any other, the stars come out in full force. And for this, the 70th annual, there will…

The Price

There is a price to pay for everything in life, and in the new play ‘The Price,’ this is true. Now playing at Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End, one of Arthur Miller’s least known plays is a study of…

My Dad’s Gap Year Review

A father and son take an adventure of a lifetime in ‘My Dad’s Gap Year. Now playing at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, ‘My Dad’s Gap Year’ is a hilarious comedy about a father trying to bond with his…

Green Book Film Review

Why is a film called ‘Green Book’? Because it deals with race and black and white relations of America in the early 1960’s. A Green Book was specifically, a guidebook printed for African-American motorists travelling in America’s south with recommendations…

Notre Dame de Paris – London Coliseum

The classic ‘Notre Dame de Paris’ comes to London for a limited time, and it’s well worth your effort to attend. Based on the acclaimed 1831 novel ‘Notre-Dame de Paris’ (and also known as ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’) by…

Glass Film Review

Director M. Night Shyamalan had a huge hit with one of his first films ‘The Sixth Sense’, about a young boy who sees dead people. He’s now back a film with another supernatural theme called ‘Glass.’ Shyamalan has yet to…

Beautiful Boy Film Review

‘Beautiful Boy’ – based on books by father and son David and Nic Sheff – details Nic’s valiant struggle with drug addiction during his teenage years. Steve Carell plays David while Timothée Chamalet plays Nic in a film that is…

Coming Clean

Before the late Kevin Elyot wrote his hit 1994 play ‘My Night with Reg,’ he wrote ‘Coming Clean (which opened in 1982). It’s now back in the West End after a recent successful run at the King’s Head Theatre. Both…

Songs for Nobodies – Theatre

Songs for Nobodies’ is actually songs for everybody in a new one-woman show now playing in the West End. Australian Bernadette Robinson treats the audience to her ability of being able to sing, uncanningly, like several very famous female singers.…