Tag Archives: John Lee Hancock

Review – The Founder

The latest film by director John Lee Hancock (previously directed Saving Mr Banks and The Blind Side) is the 2016 biopic drama The Founder. The film is written by Robert D. Siegel whose most known work was 2008’s The Wrestler. The tells the story of Ray Kroc played by Michael Keaton, a middle aged milkshake machine salesman in 1950’s USA,

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Review : Saving Mr Banks

We all love Mary Poppins. Or most of us anyway. “That a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.┬áThe medicine go down, the medicine go down….” Anyway… The 2013 comedy drama ‘Saving Mr Banks’ is the tale of how the 1964 film ‘Mary Poppins’ came to be and was directed by John Lee Hancock (also did ‘The Blind Side’)

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