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The Program Review: The Speed of Life

Director: Stephen Frears

Writer: John Hodge

Stars: Ben Foster, Chris O’Dowd, Guillaume Canet, Jesse Plemons


Review: The Program


The Program - A Fascinating Biopic

The rise and fall of professional cyclist Lance Armstrong is well-documented, but it’s how his fairy tale career unraveled is what makes ‘The Program’ such a great watch. 697 mots de plus

The Program is the uninteresting, already told story of Lance Armstrong

Forget cricket, football, or any other sport (I’ve never even been to a sports game), my family’s sort of choice is cycling. My dad is an ex-pro cyclist, from the days before endorsements and lavish contracts made being an athlete a career. 555 mots de plus


Not about bikes

In 2001 I was in France during the Tour de France and followed it closely on TV marvelling at the American Lance Armstrong and barracking for Australian Stuart O’Grady in the sprint section. 225 mots de plus


The Program – to be seen on Lifetime

Quickie Review:

Obsessed with winning the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong (Ben Foster) uses performance enhancing substances to gain the edge. Meanwhile, sports journalist David Walsh (Chris O’Dowd) convinced of the doping conspiracy starts to gather evidence to expose Armstrong. 516 mots de plus

Movie Review

Of Mice and Men: National Theatre Live

One word: wow. If this production of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men is this good recorded and shown on a cinema screen, I can only imagine how incredible the atmosphere and tension in the room must have been live on Broadway. 504 mots de plus


Of Mice and Men, NT Live - Review

Steinbeck’s tale of connecting souls in pursuit of the American Dream gets a loyal re-telling with the help of James Franco, Chris O’Dowd and Leighton Meester… 500 mots de plus

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