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Film Review: ‘Radiator’

The personal experience of looking after one’s aging parents rings achingly true in “Radiator,” the directorial debut of Tom Browne, co-writer of 2001’s “The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz.” Depicting an adult son trying to support his long-suffering mother as she deals with her unraveling yet domineering husband, this family drama echoes Michael Haneke’s “Amour” in its subject matter, although the grotty setting couldn’t be further from that film’s chic Paris apartment. 402 more words

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Some questions for the Bond 24 press conference

While no date has been set, it’s still expected there’ll be a news conference held for the start of production of Bond 24.

We still stand by our idea that it may be best… 314 more words

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A look back at Quantum of Solace's publicity

Bond 24 is expected to begin filming next month. If tradition holds, that also means they’ll be a press conference for the start of production. 265 more words

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TWINE's 15th anniversary: a transition for 007

The World Is Not Enough, the 19th film in the 007 film series made by Eon Productions, marked a transition.

Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli hired a director, Michael Apted, with little experience in action movies. 328 more words

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REVIEW: Interstellar (2014)

Normally, this blog wouldn’t review a science fiction movie. But some James Bond fans fancy the notion of Christopher Nolan directing a 007 film (while others despite it). 585 more words

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Broadway Musical 'Once' to Close in January

Amid the continuing global expansion of stage musical “Once,” the Broadway production that launched the Tony-winning legit title will shutter in January, ending its run after about three years on the boards. 372 more words

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