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The Amazing Spider-man 2 (2014)

Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) is loving life as Spider-man — or, at least, he’s trying to. When he’s not showing up the Russian mob he’s either investigating his parents’ disappearance, helping to support his aunt (Sally Field) by selling photos of his alter-ego to the Daily Bugle, or trying to come to terms with the death of Captain Stacy (Dennis Leary), and the promise he made to leave his daughter Gwen (Emma Stone) alone. 1,266 more words

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Like Crazy (2011)

  • Directed by: Drake Doremus
  • With: Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin and Jennifer Lawrence
  • 90 Minutes
  • IMDb: 6.7

After a series of days without posting anything in Panda’s Choice because of some really complicated weeks at college I welcome you all to a world of “hyperbolic” drama in which everything happens too quickly and there are some weird things going on like a girl’s addiction to whiskey and the fact that boys love to give chairs to their love ones. 627 more words

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Stephen Hawking Biopic 'Theory of Everything' Set for Nov. 7 Launch

Focus Features has set the Stephen Hawking biopic, “Theory of Everything,” for an awards-season U.S. release date of Nov. 7.

The romantic drama, directed by James Marsh (“Man on Wire”), stars Eddie Redmayne as the theoretical physicist opposite Felicity Jones, who plays art student Jane Wilde. 69 more words

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DO WE NEED TO BE BEAUTIFUL TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

Everything started when we talked about Felicity Jones with my housemates… I said to them “I know it’s gonna sound so bad, but I think she would not have gotten famous that young if she was not that beautiful.” Don’t get me wrong, I love her, and I really think she’s talented. 1,798 more words

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A foreign exchange student quickens the breath of a middle-aged aspiring musician: Review of "Breathe In"

Writer-director Drake Doremus’s new meditation on marital infidelity, “Breathe In”, is a puzzling combination of emotional resonance and frustratingly lazy, on-the-nose directing. When it works, it’s usually thanks to the strong performances of its leads, eighteen-year-old British exchange student Sophie (Felicity Jones, playing a character ten years younger than herself) and the dissatisfied high school music teacher, Keith (Guy Pearce), whose family hosts her in upstate New York. 657 more words

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