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New Trailer and posters "Unbroken"

Last time I posted a post with new trailers, I saw a few hours later a second trailer of Angelina Jolie’s project “Unbroken”. The film is a biography about the American… 127 more words

Films

SHOULD IT ALWAYS BE THE BOOK OR THE FILM?

The Boyfriend and I went to the cinema yesterday. 2 for 1 Wednesday is the only day of the week poor people like ourselves can go to the movies and we went to see ‘Gone Girl’. 402 more words

THOUGHTS ON

Blue Smoke film review

The last time I watched an unscheduled film in TV was Blue Smoke two weeks ago or so. Little I had known about it, except vague description about it being a thriller with the theme of fires and arson. 99 more words

Reviews

Me And My Cat?

By Flossie Waite
Presented by A Thousand Cranes in association with artsdepot
Artsdepot
Touring until 13th December 2014
Age 6+

I’ll be honest – I’m wary of theatre adaptations of children’s books. 525 more words

Children's Theatre

Gone Girl: A solid book to movie adaption

A massive fan of the book, but not sure if you want to see the movie? Here’s some information to help you decide…

There are some changes, but the movie stay pretty true to the book. 236 more words

Book Review

I due volti di gennaio (2014)

Regia: Hossein Amini

Sceneggiatura: Hossein Amini dal romanzo omonimo di Patricia Highsmith

Fotografia: Marcel Zyskind

Musiche: Alberto Iglesias

Cast: Viggo Mortensen (Chester MacFarland), Kirsten Dunst (Colette), Oscar Isaac (Rydal), Daisy Bevan (Lauren). 271 more words

Movie night: book adaptations and childhood/teenage nostalgia

Yesterday was movie night. First, we went to see “Les Vacances du Petit Nicolas” which was, as you might have guessed, a French movie. 355 more words

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