The Barden Bellas have done pretty well in the past three years, that’s until Fat Amy comes in like a wrecking ball at an event at the Lincoln Centre for the President.
I’ve just got home from the Theatre to see Spamalot and feeling inspired by that (review in progress) . . . I decided that a musical moment for this Monday, which will hopefully make you smile is from one of my all time favourite films ‘As Good As It Gets’ when the legend that is Jack Nicholson gives his version of ‘Always Look on the Bright Side of Life’ <3
Bathsheba Everdene is a highly independent woman in Victorian England who has no problem attracting a potential husband. Only problem is she does not want to get married this doesn’t stop Gabriel Oak a sheep farmer, William Boldwood a mature bachelor and Frank Troy a reckless sergeant from trying their luck . . .
A big screen outing for a very popular TV series in the UK, which has been running since 2002. I will admit that I have never watched it, but Netflix UK having it all on I may change my mind after seeing the film. So this review comes from a stand alone view of just the film with no influence from the TV series.