Brain on Fire: “Emotionally engaging” #richardarmitage

Toronto Film Scene review here. No mention of Armitage.

~ by Servetus on September 14, 2016.

5 Responses to “Brain on Fire: “Emotionally engaging” #richardarmitage”

  1. At least they put his name in as part of the cast and a nice pic with him in it. I thought it was a pretty decent review of the movie. I found the book a real chore to read – as the chapters wore on she started to come across as pretty self-absorbed – which is understandable because of what was happening but it did become tedious.

  2. No mention, but it concentrated on the film and Chloe, so not a slight in anyway.

    • Yeah; I label these, though, so that people can decide whether the information they get if they click will be useful to them.

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