Monthly Archives: November 2015

Rita Ora Speaks Of Despair Over Split :

Rita Ora has spoken out about her highly-publicised split with producer Calvin Harris and said she was devastated when it ended.

She told Wonderland Magazine: “At the time I just wanted to crawl in my bed and die. But I got out of it the other side, I’m surviving.

The couple split last year and Harris banned her from performing her number one hit ‘I Will Never Let You Down’ which he wrote and produced.

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Spectre :

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There has been much speculation and whining in the run-up to the release of this latest Bond film – starting with the cry of Sam Smith’s wailing theme tune, Writing On The Wall (which I now love by the way) to the outcry of leading man Daniel Craig complaining that he would rather slash his wrists than play 007 again.

Terrific to report then, that Spectre surpassed all fears of 007 Director Sam Mendes failing to keep up with his first Bond outing, Skyfall, delivering what an audience wants with fantastic locations and scenery (London, Mexico, Rome, Tangier), spectacular stunts with collapsing buildings and loop-de-looping helicopters, impossible intrigue, wonderful costume changes, laugh-out-loud moments and a plot consisting of surveillance technology, which is sinister and infinitely corruptible.

Dave Bautista’s portrayal of Mr Hinx definitely a latterday Jaws, who gets to give Bond a good battering on a train, brought memories of From Russia With Love, The Spy Who Loved Me and. That said, this is a thoroughly modern Bond and we are reminded of this when he visits Swann’s angular psycho-clinic – pure glass lines and frozen vistas, not forgetting the uber cool cars, the to die for DB10 and racy Range Rover Sport

This film is outstanding and definitely Craig’s best portrayal, I for one will be sad if it is his last Bond, even though he will undoubtedly be going out on a high …

My one and only criticism of Spectre … in TWO scenes, Bond had DIRTY fingernails, YUK !!
Do tweet me your thoughts on spectre @Lady_Showbiz