This month’s Acting School 101 teacher was Rosamund Pike.
We received a total of 92 reviews for 19 films that Rosamund Pike had parts in.
That’s quite an impressive amount.
Let’s see what the members of the LAMB community thought of Rosamund Pike’s career:
7 Days in Entebbe (1)
Here it is, the last Lambscores for films released in 2018, so it seemed appropriate to collate all the scores for the films as yet unpublished for the whole year. Needless to say, it’s quite a list! Here’s what the LAMB community has to say about a whole bunch of movies from last year:
LAMB Average: 4.50 (8 sites)
The Michigan Movie Guy (5)
SK on Movies (5)
Deadline: 9th February 2019
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Hello everyone and welcome to another year of Director’s Chair. This year, we’re starting off with a tribute to Penny Marshall.
Now Marshall got her start in acting, doing a few small appearances, and auditioning for a few big things, like All In The Family, but hit it big after...
Here’s all the posts submitted for December’s Director’s Chair on Shane Black! Apologies for the delay, we had some technical issues, but here they are for your perusal!
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Iron Man 3:A Constant Visual Feast An Online Universe ...
We at the LAMB decided to start a new annual competition for predicting Oscar nominations. (We will also be doing an Oscar Pool.) This year’s nominees will be announced on 22 Jan, so let’s get started with the rules:
The rules are quite simple:
1. This contest is open to any interested bloggers.
2. To submit your predictions: Fill out this form with your predictions for the 21...
It’s the penultimate Lambscores of 2018, and as such we’re elbow-deep in both awards- and family blockbuster season, so there’s plenty of both for your perusal today. Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Aquaman, Bumblebee, Second Act, Welcome to Marwen, Mary Poppins Returns, Mary Queen of Scots and The Favourite:
Pedro Almodóvar has made some incredible films, but this is the first time we’re exploring his work on the Lambcast. January’s Movie of the Month is Talk To Her, a gripping and powerful story of two hospitalised women and the men who care for them.
Jay and Richard were joined by the film’s champion, Rebecca Sharp, as well as Jessica Manzo and a Lambcast newcomer, Marya Gates. Also on tap: Rants, Raves...
Just like last August, we’re doing something a little different for February’s Movie of the Month. In fact, every other month will be themed in some way. As we celebrated Jay’s birthday in August last year, so this year we’re celebrating Richard’s birthday, and as such he has selected the range of films to choose for February’s Movie of the Month. The poll is at the bottom of the page, but first here are...
As you should already know by now, Rosamund Pike is our actor of the month in the newly-revived Acting School 101 feature, being hosted by me, MovieRob. Alongside the monthly blogathon held here on the LAMB site, I will also be hosting a monthly podcast episode devoted to the actor and their roles, and wouldn’t you know it but that’s this very show here!
I was joined by Simon from the Moustache Movie News to discuss all...
Three films this week. There’s The Mule and Mortal Engines, fine, but also Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, aka the third-highest rated film of 2018 according to the LAMB community! To say I couldn’t be happier that this film is getting ranked so highly would be a lie, as somehow it’s still being beaten by the thoroughly average A Star is Born, but I’ll just be happy that so many...
The problem with films being released directly to Netflix is they’re easy to forget when it comes to compiling these amalgamated posts, hence why we’re a little late getting to the round-up for The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. It wasn’t completely forgotten though, so here’s what the LAMB community had to say about the latest offering from the brothers Coen:
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!
It’s almost a tradition at this point that January’s Movie of the Month winner is a film that’s, for some reason or another, deemed not great by most people. There have been exceptions, but just like with American cinemas January could be seen as a kind of dumping ground for films people don’t necessarily want to watch. Not so for January 2019! This...