The best Christopher Godwin’s movies

Christopher Godwin

Christopher Godwin

05/08/1943 (79 años)
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Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Venom: Let There Be Carnage
5.9/10
After finding a host body in investigative reporter Eddie Brock, the alien symbiote must face a new enemy, Carnage, the alter ego of serial killer Cletus Kasady.

Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns
6.7/10
Mary Poppins returns to the Banks family and helps them evade grave dangers by taking them on magical, musical adventures.

Emma.

Emma.
6.7/10
In 1800s England, a well-meaning but selfish young woman meddles in the love lives of her friends.

The Avengers

The Avengers
3.8/10
British Ministry agent John Steed, under direction from "Mother", investigates a diabolical plot by arch-villain Sir August de Wynter to rule the world with his weather control machine. Steed investigates the beautiful Doctor Mrs. Emma Peel, the only suspect, but simultaneously falls for her and joins forces with her to combat Sir August.

The Dig

The Dig
7.1/10
  • Genre: DramaHistory
  • Release: 14/01/2021
  • Character: Dr Parry
As WWII looms, a wealthy widow hires an amateur archaeologist to excavate the burial mounds on her estate. When they make a historic discovery, the echoes of Britain's past resonate in the face of its uncertain future‎.

Scoop

Scoop
6.6/10
An American journalism student in London scoops a big story, and begins an affair with an aristocrat as the incident unfurls.

A Handful of Dust

A Handful of Dust
6.6/10
  • Genre: DramaRomance
  • Release: 24/06/1988
  • Character: Dr. Messinger
English aristocrat Tony Last welcomes tragedy into his life when he invites John Beaver to visit his vast estate. There Beaver makes the acquaintance of Tony's wife, Brenda. Together, they continue their relationship in a series of bedroom assignations in London. Trusting to a fault, Tony is unaware that anything is amiss until his wife suddenly asks for a divorce. With his life in turmoil, Tony goes on a haphazard journey to South America.

Blackball

Blackball
5.6/10
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release: 18/05/2003
  • Character: Bowls Official
Blackball follows the fortunes of Cliff Starkey, a working-class fine of lawn bowls with an exceptional talent. Wanting to take on the Aussies he manages to become regional champion, only to get banned. Sports agent Rich Schwartz picks him up and makes him so popular the Bowls Committee deem to lift the ban. Now the question is whether he can regain his form and his friends to beat the Aussies.

The Miniaturist

The Miniaturist
7/10
A woman moves to live with her new husband in 17th century Amsterdam, but soon discovers that not everything is what it seems.

Every Home Should Have One

Every Home Should Have One
5/10
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release: 05/03/1970
  • Character: Magistrate's Clerk
Teddy, working at an advertising agency, has to come up with a campaign for frozen porridge.

Porridge

Porridge
7.2/10
  • Genre: ComedyCrime
  • Release: 12/08/1979
  • Character: Beal
Times are hard for habitual guest of Her Majesty Norman Stanley Fletcher. The new prison officer, Beale, makes MacKay look soft and what's more, an escape plan is hatching from the cell of prison godfather Grouty and Fletcher wants no part of it.

National Theatre Live: This House

National Theatre Live: This House
7.9/10
  • Release: 15/05/2013
  • Character: Woolwich West / Batley & Morley / Western Isles
It's February 1974. Ted Heath's Conservative government has been ousted. But only just. In the hung Parliament, Labour manages to form a minority government by sending its whips out wheeling and dealing with the Liberals, Scottish Nationalists and Northern Irish politicians. But this fragile alliance lasts only until October, when another election is called. This time, Labour win with a tiny majority of just three. Now things get tougher as old cross-Party agreements break down and even sick and dying MPs are wheeled into the chamber to cast their votes! James Graham's acclaimed new play whisks us back to the days of the UK's previous hung Parliament, when politics got really dirty in the battle for power.

The Crucible

The Crucible
9.1/10
  • Release: 04/12/2014
  • Character: Judge Hathorne
Richard Armitage stars in Yael Farber's powerful production of Arthur Miller's timeless witch hunt parable.

Return to Waterloo

Return to Waterloo
6.8/10
  • Genre: DramaMusic
  • Release: 01/11/1984
  • Character: Businessman
A man taking the train to work one morning is overcome by melancholy memories and morbid fantasies.

Shakespeare's Globe: Henry IV, Part 1

Shakespeare's Globe: Henry IV, Part 1
8.3/10
Prince Hal, son of King Henry IV, seems to be squandering his life away with the fat knight Sir John Falstaff and the whores, boozers and petty rogues of Eastcheap. But beside these scenes of glorious misrule gathers a nationwide rebellion led by the Duke of Northumberland and his charismatic son, Hotspur. The first installment of Shakespeare's gripping account of the rise of Hal from idle barfly to monarch-in-waiting combines compelling power politics with the hilarious antics of Falstaff, Shakespeare's greatest comic creation.

Charlie Muffin

Charlie Muffin
6.7/10
Charlie Muffin, top British Intelligence operative, has just broken up a major Soviet spy network in England. However, a new Director with new ideas takes over and wants Charlie out. But then a high-ranking Soviet spy-master hints that he wants to defect, and both British Intelligence and the CIA want him and will do anything to get him. Charlie may be the only man who can bring the defection off successfully, but is the whole thing an elaborate set-up? And when your so-called allies are stabbing each other and you in the back to get this prize, whom can Charlie trust on either side?

Shakespeare's Globe: Henry IV, Part 2

Shakespeare's Globe: Henry IV, Part 2
Hotspur is dead and Prince Hal has proved his mettle on the battlefield, but King Henry IV lies dying and the rebels show no sign of surrendering. Even Sir John Falstaff is forced out of the taverns to raise a militia, but will his attachment to Hal be rewarded with promotion and the life of ease he feels sure he deserves? Henry IV Part 2 includes some of the greatest moments in Shakespeare: the deathbed scene of the old King, when Hal contemplates the crown; and Hal's devastating rejection of Falstaff himself. Roger Allam ('a Falstaff to treasure' - The Times) won the 2011 Best Actor Olivier Award for his performance in Henry IV Parts 1 and 2. 'Jamie Parker (Prince Hal) is 'terrific to watch' (London Evening Standard); he appeared in As You Like It at the Globe in 2009, and was also in The History Boys at the National Theatre, on Broadway and on film.

Don't Be Silly

Don't Be Silly
8.1/10
  • Release: 24/07/1979
  • Character: Michael Redman
Play about middle class domestic abuse.

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