Kate Herbert is theatre reviewer, Herald Sun, Melbourne & formerly for Melbourne Times. Kate is a director; produced playwright (21 plays). Scripts pub. Currency Press. She worked as actor, comedian, improviser & teacher of Acting, Improvisation & Playwriting. Kate was Head of Drama/Teacher, NMIT; Coordinator of Prof. Writing/ Editing, Swinburne Uni. Read her reviews here or: www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/arts. NB Explorer Browser doesn't always work on blog.
Monday, 17 July 2017
The Time of Their Lives- Movie Review - July 17, 2017 ***
MOVIE REVIEW 104 mins, Rated M In cinemas nationally
August 10, 2017 Written & directed
by Roger Goldby Cast: Pauline Collins,
Joan Collins, Franco Nero,Ronald Pickup, Sian Reeves, Joely Richardson, Allene Quincy Reviewed by Kate Herbert Stars: ***
Collins, Pauline Collins, Franco Nero in The Time of Their Lives
The Time of Their
Lives is a charming, diverting and bitter-sweet road-trip movie about two
older women, Priscilla and Helen, an odd couple played by Pauline Collins and Joan
When timid Priscilla Pauline Collins) is a repressed
housewife married to selfish killjoy, Frank (Ronald Pickup) meets Helen (Joan
Collins), a broke, former Hollywood star living in a cheerless retirement home,
Priscilla finds herself reluctantly joining Helen on a jaunt to gate-crash a
funeral in France.
Using Priscilla cash and Helen’s other resources, they
embark on a trek to the ritzy Ile-de-Re, they stumble upon reclusive, famous
and wealthy Italian painter, Alberto (Franco Nero) and this love triangle does
not go the way any of them planned.
Their lives change as each challenges the other's worldview
and a new, more honest friendship is forged.