I Die: You Die
1980 – Telekon
|Kelli Berglund is an American actress, model, dancer and singer.
Born : 9 February 1996 ( 24 )
She is known for portraying Bree Davenport, a bionic teenager with lightning speed, in the Disney XD series Lab Rats, and its spinoff Lab Rats: Elite Force. In 2014 she starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie, How to Build a Better Boy, where she portrays Mae Hartley. Berglund starred as Carly Carson in the 2019 Starz television drama series Now Apocalypse. She has also played the lead in two sports-themed films set in Australia, 2016's Raising the Bar and 2018's Going for Gold.
There were not an abundance of chances in the first half, but the Blues got the job done after the break.
Ellis Harrison headed them into the lead and John Marquis came off the bench to wrap up all three points.
Kenny Jackett made three changes from the side that were narrowly beaten at Coventry earlier in the week.
Gareth Evans came in for his first league appearance since New Year’s Day, while there were also starts for Marcus Harness and Harrison.
Ben Close, Ryan Williams and Marquis were the men to make way, with the trio all named among the substitutes.
Storm Dennis ensured the ground was being battered by strong winds and heavy rain, making conditions tough for both sides.
But Pompey made the brighter start and sent plenty of early deliveries into the box for the Shrews to deal with.
Harness then dug out a low shot that Max O’Leary in the Milton End goal had to get down to keep out.
The keeper also beat away a fierce effort from Steve Seddon after the ball landed for the left-back inside the box.
There was not much happening at the other end, although Christian Burgess and Tom Naylor bravely threw themselves in front of shots.
The visitors then saw two of their three-man back-line booked in quick succession, with Ro-Shaun Williams and Ethan Ebanks-Landell punished for fouls on Ronan Curtis and Harrison respectively.
It went a bit quiet as the half progressed, although there was a good chance for the hosts on 30 minutes.
Curtis’ pass released Harness down the right and his low delivery was turned over by a stretching Harrison.
Shrewsbury’s only decent opportunity followed soon after, with Bass equal to a curling Conor McAleny effort.
It was the Blues who were on top as the interval approached, although Evans will want to forget an ambitious bicycle kick that saw him miss the ball completely.
Seddon provided more of a threat after being given space to advance in stoppage-time, before hitting a rocket that dipped narrowly over the bar.
Shrewsbury Town 0
Pompey looked a bit rusty immediately after the restart and Burgess was booked for a foul on Daniel Udoh.
Sean Goss stepped up to take the free-kick and curled the ball into the side netting from 20 yards out.
And the visitors then had a couple of decent chances inside a minute, with Bass getting his fingertips to a cross-cum-shot from substitute Kayne Ramsay.
When the ball broke for Conor McAleny moments later, his fierce effort flew through a sea of bodies and was beaten to safety by Bass.
Jackett made a double switch soon after, with Evans and James Bolton withdrawn for Marquis and Ross McCrorie.
The former soon had an effort that took a deflection and the ball would not quite bounce kindly for Harrison.
But the latter then provided the assist, as the hosts were finally able to break the deadlock on 64 minutes.
It was a superb cross from McCrorie, who took a touch before sending the ball into the box for HARRISON to nod home from close range.
They soon had a chance to double the lead when Cameron McGeehan was brought down just outside the box.
But after Seddon dummied it, Curtis sent the free-kick thudding in the wall and skipper Naylor fired the loose ball wide.
Pompey were trying to add to their lead and O’Leary was quickly off his line to deny Marquis after Curtis had slipped a neat pass through to the striker.
Sean Raggett was then unable to beat the keeper from a Curtis free-kick, as the hosts continued to push.
Harness was next to go close when McCrorie cut the ball back for him, but again O’Leary came to Town’s rescue.
But the points were finally secured on 82 minutes, as MARQUIS collected a pass from Harness and coolly slotted the ball into the net.
Williams replaced Curtis for the closing stages, as Pompey saw the contest out with relative ease to ensure they remained in the top six.
Pompey (4-2-3-1): Bass; Bolton (McCrorie 58), Burgess, Raggett, Seddon; McGeehan, Naylor (c); Harness, Evans (Marquis 58), Curtis (Williams 89); Harrison
Goals: Harrison 64, Marquis 82
Subs not used: MacGillivray, Whatmough, Brown, Close
Shrewsbury (3-5-1-1): O’Leary; Williams, Ebanks-Landell, Pierre; Beckles, Edwards (c), Goss, Laurent, Hart (Ramsay 46); McAleny (Cummings 67); Udoh (Lang 67)
Booked: Williams, Ebanks-Landell, Lang, Goss
Subs not used: Burgoyne, Love, Sears, Golbourne
Referee: Lee Swabey
Attendance: 18,214 (319 away fans)
The contest at a bitterly cold St Andrew’s rarely moved above second gear, although both sides had periods of dominance.
But the Blues were left rueing a rare defensive lapse when substitute Matty Godden nipped in to score the winner for the hosts.
Kenny Jackett made one change from the side that won at Tranmere to set a new club record at the weekend.
John Marquis returned to lead the four-man forward line in place of Ellis Harrison, who dropped to the bench.
It was the hosts who shaded a poor opening 45 minutes of football, without ever really looking like breaking the deadlock.
Their best opportunity came after just six minutes, with Alex Bass getting down to deal with Liam Walsh’s low drive from the edge of the box.
Ryan Williams had a couple of half-chances at the other end, but saw both of his efforts blocked in quick succession.
Callum O’Hare – sporting a bandage after receiving a nasty gash to the head at the weekend – had a shot deflected wide for Coventry.
And the hosts enjoyed a spell of possession where they forced the Blues back deep inside their own half.
But nothing really came of it and Bass was being well protected by a disciplined display from the back four.
Walsh screwed one shot wastefully wide, while a long-range attempt from O’Hare stung the palms of Bass.
Marko Marosi was not being tested in the Coventry goal, although would have been relieved to see the ball ricochet clear after Ronan Curtis charged down his clearance.
And it was the hosts who had the final effort before the break, as Jamie Allen’s shot looped over Bass, but fortunately for Pompey, also over the bar.
Coventry City 0
Williams tried to flick a pass through to Marquis once the action restarted, although Marosi was able to gather.
But the keeper was – despite the lack of chances – looking unsteady between the sticks and recovered after taking a poor touch from a back-pass by former Fratton loanee Dom Hyam.
Allen then whipped a teasing cross into the box at the other end, although a stretching Amadou Bakayoko could only divert the ball wide.
Jackett made a double switch just past the hour mark, with Marquis and Williams withdrawn for Harrison and Marcus Harness.
And with his very first touch, Harrison met James Bolton’s low delivery with a near-post shot that was saved by Marosi.
Harness then had a chance on 74 minutes after his attempted pass had been blocked, with the winger curling the ball over the bar.
Pompey were enjoying much more possession, but were lacking a clinical touch in the final third of the pitch.
And when Marosi unconvincingly pushed out Harrison’s low pass across the box, Steve Seddon blazed the loose ball high over the bar.
The hosts brought on Godden in an attempt to find a winner and the substitute immediately responded.
O’Hare’s lofted pass caught the Blues defence cold, with Godden spinning sharply and neatly finishing.
But the visitors almost found an immediate leveller when Tom Naylor sent the ball into the box and Cameron McGeehan’s shot was well saved by Marosi.
And Coventry survived one last scare deep into stoppage-time, as a stretching Harrison could only turn the ball over the bar from a few yards out.
Coventry (3-4-2-1): Marosi; Rose, McFadzean, Hyam; Dabo, Kelly (c), Walsh, McCallum; Allen (Biamou 71), O’Hare; Bakayoko (Godden 82)
Goals: Godden 84
Subs not used: Wilson, Pask, Westbrooke, Shipley, Giles
Pompey (4-1-4-1): Bass; Bolton, Burgess, Raggett, Seddon; Naylor (c); Williams (Harness 63), McGeehan, Close, Curtis; Marquis (Harrison 63)
Booked: McGeehan, Close
Subs not used: MacGillivray, Whatmough, Brown, McCrorie, Evans
Referee: Scott Oldham
Attendance: 6,983 (1,526 Pompey fans)
|PLOTBradley Morahan (James Mason) is an Australian artist who feels he has become jaded by success and life in New York City. He decides that he needs to regain the edge he had as a young artist and returns to Australia.
He sets up in a shack on the shore of a small, sparsely inhabited island on the Great Barrier Reef. There he meets young Cora Ryan (Helen Mirren), who has grown up wild, with her only relative, her difficult, gin-guzzling grandmother 'Ma' (Neva Carr Glyn). To earn money, Cora sells Bradley fish that she has caught in the sea. She later sells him a chicken which she has stolen from his spinster neighbour Isabel Marley (Andonia Katsaros). When Bradley is suspected of being the thief, he pays Isabel and gets Cora to promise not to steal any more. To help her save enough money to fulfill her dream of becoming a hairdresser in Brisbane, he pays her to be his model. She reinvigorates him, becoming his artistic muse.
Bradley's work is disrupted when his sponging longtime "friend" Nat Kelly (Jack MacGowran) shows up. Nat is hiding from the police over alimony he owes. When Bradley refuses to give him a loan, Nat invites himself to stay with Bradley. After several days, Bradley's patience becomes exhausted, but Nat then focuses his attention on romancing Isabel, hoping to get some money from her. Instead, she unexpectedly ravishes him. The next day, he hastily departs the island, but not before stealing Bradley's money and some of his drawings.
Ma subsequently catches Cora posing nude for Bradley and accuses him of carrying on with her underage granddaughter. Bradley protests that he has done nothing improper. Finally, he gives her the little money he has left to get her to go away.
When Cora discovers that Ma has found her hidden cache of money, she chases after her. In the ensuing struggle, Ma falls down a hill, breaks her neck, and dies. The local policeman sees no reason to investigate further, since the old woman was known to be frequently drunk.
Later that night, Cora goes to Bradley's shack, but is disappointed when he seems to view her only as his model. When she runs out, Bradley follows her into the water, and he finally comes to view her as a desirable young woman.
|1969Personal Rating30Rotten Critics100Rotten Audience52IMDb Rating64Combined Rating61.5|