Tag Archives: NicoleKidman

*Grace Period

As Melbourne dragged itself into winter, it was becoming apparent to me that I was probably the only person in it, or perhaps even anywhere else, who was actually looking forward to seeing Grace of Monaco. However, if there’s one thing I like, it’s a film about rich people, so off I marched on the […]

*The world of Susie Nong

  I’ve been in a temper since Sunday, due to having had the misfortune of reading Susie O’Brien’s ludicrous column about Nicole Kidman in the Herald Sun. As such, I apologise in advance to anyone reading this piece for the fact that it is not even an attempt at humour – rather, I have written it because […]

*The Living Swan

  After what feels like about a quarter of a century of frenzied speculation, the host of Can of Worms has, of course, recently been revealed and, lo, it is to be Chrissie Swan. Initially, this surprised me, basically because I apparently simply believe anything I read and so had been under the impression that they […]

*She of Little Faith

I have written before on this very website of my ‘relationship’ with Nicole Kidman. This relationship is, essentially, that I really hated her a lot between the years 1987 to 1995, and then, by and large, turned into a staunch defender, simply because I now regard her as someone who at least puts her back […]

*Heaping Nicole on the Fire

Just lately, Nicole Kidman has been at the forefront of my mind. It all started when I went to see Gillian Armstrong’s Love, Lust & Lies, after having almost wound up in the wrong cinema (forcibly reminding me of a couple I knew who thought they were going to Howards End, accidentally seated themselves in […]