About Erzi Paris

Erzi Paris lives in London and loves writing, going to the theatre and watching films. Always abreast of celebrity news, his biggest hope is to be a reporter. He likes keep-fit too. His favourite authors are Michael Crichton, JK Rowling, Suzanne Collins and Rosalind Miles.

Film Review: Seduced and Abandoned

Seduced and Abandoned is a different kind of film. The stars are playing themselves whist they try and secure investors for their film. Alec Baldwin and Ryan Gosling feature. It was very interesting to see how money is raised and ideas sold. Although it is not movie magic, it was … Continue reading

Film Review: Baggage Claim

Baggage Claim is the latest ‘rom-com’ to be made. So what makes this different to all the others? I’m afraid it’ll be answers on a postcard! There was nothing I could see. All the stars were cute, the situations amusing, the plot lightweight, more like a cosy night in front … Continue reading

Film Review: Runner Runner

Runner Runner is an unusual film. It had me pretty divided. I loved the three main ’big guns’; Gemma Atherton, Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake. The plot and direction I did struggle with. I’ll get to that soon. It’s all about a struggling student, Richie Furst (Timberlake) whose cheated out … Continue reading

Film Review: White House Down

White House Down stars the amazing Channing Tatum! This film is so outrageous – it’s a thrill ride. Like a rollercoaster on speed, once you’re sat down – you’re in for the whole ride. What I loved about this movie was that was just pure enjoyment. The action got bigger … Continue reading

Film Review: Pain and Gain

Pain and Gain stars Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. This was an entertaining film in some parts! An interesting plot. A lot of action and twists and turns keep things moving. Daniel Lugo (Wahlberg) is not long out of jail when he begins hatching plans to enjoy the … Continue reading

Film Review: Percy Jackson – Sea of Monsters

Percy Jackson – Sea of Monsters, is the next instalment of a young hero in the making. I was thrilled to be able to review this, having waited ages for it to come around. Logan Lerman reprises his role as Percy. He has new competition in the form of Clarisse … Continue reading

Film Review: Now You See Me

Now You See Me is a very slick film indeed. Yes, I am saved! Like a man whose been stuck in a desert for weeks and finds an oasis to recover. I have revelled in the clever script and my want for entertainment has been quenched! This is more than … Continue reading

Film Review: This is the End

This is the End tries very boldly to blend two very different styles together. Mad cap humour meets end of the world. Rather like chalk and cheese and this is the main problem the film has. Most would avoid contrasting themes but this offering ploughs on regardless and things just … Continue reading

Film Review: After Earth

After Earth stars Will Smith. This film started like a 1950s newsreel. Earth is no longer habitable and a new planet has been found. The theme was like Starship Troopers, as bugs on the new world tried to kill the settlers. These bugs can smell fear! How? The explanation given … Continue reading

Film Review: Fast and Furious 6

Fast and Furious 6 is the next sequel in this thrilling series. Lots of twists and turns keep this movie fresh. All the regular crew return with a chance of earning a full pardon for their past misdemeanours. Paul Walker and Van Diesel star as pals Brian O’Conner and Dominic … Continue reading

Theatre Review: Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing comes to the stage. I definitely wanted to see this. Dirty Dancing is only one of three films that’s always in my top ten from the 1980s. Could this ‘Be My Baby’? or become a ‘Wipe-out’? If you’ve never ever seen the film? Why not?! Basically it’s coming … Continue reading

Film Review: Safe Haven

Safe Haven is another book to film adaptation. Now not all adaptations are good. This was okay. I would say the film was middle ground. Interesting but it felt like nothing new. In fact it struggles from the word go. Josh Duhamel (New Years Eve, Transformers, Life As You Know … Continue reading

Theatre Review: Midnight Tango

Midnight Tango, starring Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone from Strictly Come Dancing, is a great show from start to finish, from the breathtaking dance scenes right through to the comedy of the two bar owners. They used every inch of the stage, even an upstairs balcony. There was also a real band. Miguel … Continue reading

Film Review: Identity Thief

Identity Thief works on many levels. I loved the chemistry between the two leads. Jason Bateman (Horrible Bosses) stars alongside Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids) in this funny film. This could’ve have been a disaster, we’re all being more careful about our information, our credit cards, who we even lend money too. … Continue reading