Birdman (2014) – The thing’s the thing…

Birdman

“There is a man in his underpants walking through Times Square. He’s fighting his way through the crowd, and embarrassingly, everyone seems to know him. That is because the man is Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton), once a global superstar because of his role as Birdman in a string of blockbuster action movies. His career has been a little slow for the past few decades, and his star not just on the wane, but almost extinguished. But people have long memories and still want an autograph or their picture taken with Thomson, or shout out to him as if they’re old buddies, even though he’s just a middle-aged guy in his underpants struggling through a big embarrassing crowd to get to the theatre on time for his scene…” Click here for the full review (opens in a separate tab)

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About leerobertadams

Lee is an English writer, blogger and film critic living in Brno, Czech Republic. When not watching and writing about movies, he loves football, reading, eating out, and enjoying his adopted home city with his girlfriend and baby daughter.

Posted on 31/01/2015, in cinema, Comedy, Drama, Entertainment, Film, Movies, Reviews and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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