I haven’t done one of these for a while, mainly because it is extremely rare for anything to attract my attention, let alone hold it on the screen.
I picked this up for a fiver yesterday, mainly because it starred two actors I like who are rarely recognised for their versatile acting ability. Gary Oldman finally got a well deserved oscar for his portrayal of Churchill in Darkest Hour, and Gerard Butler is your action hero with a dry sense of humour who can also sing (Phantom of the Opera).
Anyway, the story revolves around submarines, the Russians, SAS, and no lovey-doveiness, but if you’re thinking a remake of Hunt for Red October, think again.
There are four storylines in this which all neatly amalgamate when a Russian president is kidnapped and a tyrant takes over. Underwater, a Russian submarine explodes and a US submarine rescues the two survivors.
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December 31, 1948 – May 17, 2012
When I write my Musical Monday Special Editions I always choose three songs for the post. I had a really hard time picking the three songs for this one. As soon as I thought I had the three I wanted, I would remember another song that I liked and want to add that instead. Truth is, I LOVE all Donna Summer songs and this Special Edition was the hardest, so far, for deciding which songs to put (and keep) in a blog post.
Donna Summer (born LaDonna Gaines) was known as the Queen of Disco, but her music shifted over the years to that of a pop-rock sound. Her music career reached four decades. In her lifetime, Summer had 42 hit singles on the US Billboard Hot 100, with 14 of those reaching a top 10 status. She became one of…
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