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Downton Abbey season five: Is Lady Mary set to bring sex back to the Abbey?

It looks like Downton Abbey is to become a whole lot steamier, if Lady Mary has anything to do with it.

She’s the pivotal point in a love triangle between her, Lord Gillingham and Charles Blake, and in a bolshy new move she decides she fancies giving them both a road test before deciding which one to go for. 196 more words

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Downton Abbey: Everything you need to know before you watch series five

Want to watch the fifth series of Downton Abbey but have no idea what’s going on? Don’t have time to plough through the first four series on DVD? 850 more words

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Downton Abbey season 5: Spoiler-free preview of the series opener and change is afoot!

Dust down your best frock and put the champagne on ice because Downton Abbey is back, back, back. Sunday night kicks off season five with a feature length opening episode that is sure to remind us why we have come to love the Crawleys and their old-fashioned ways, while introducing a few new fangled ones too. 467 more words

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Watch This: Upstairs, Downstairs

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We’ve already established that I love a period drama. And I’ve gone on record of my love for Downton Abbey. I’m forever telling people that if they like the soap opera antics of the Crawley family then they will also love the BBC’s revival of the 1970’s show… 483 more words

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Downton Abbey: Class and America

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by Patrick McCarthy

Downton Abbey returns to British television for its fifth season next week, but American fans will again have to wait until January and try to avoid internet spoilers in the meantime.  2,131 more words

A Walk Among The Tombstones Review

At one point in A Walk Among The Tombstones, we find Matt Scudder (Liam Neeson) on the phone with the kidnapper of a young girl, threateningly and condescendingly informing him that his plans will not work. 700 more words

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A Walk Among Tombstones: Working Through Penance (Movie Review)

Liam Neeson’s latest isn’t what you were expecting: it’s not Taken 3. Instead, it’s a violent, spiritual walk through the twelve steps, as retired Matthew Scudder (Neeson) works to make right a decade-old mistake by solving a series of abduction/murders in New York City just before Y2K. 523 more words