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Filth Duologue

An amazing scene and a truly fantastic performance from James McAvoy. An absolutely stunning performance and quite an emotional scene.

Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy) a detective in Edinburgh and a scheming, manipulative, misanthropic man who spends his time indulging in drugs, alcohol and sexually abusive relationships. 564 more words

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Review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

** The film has three versions (Him, Her, and Them) and I watched the two separate ones (Him and Her). **

There is something devilishly interesting about taking on a romantic drama and making it into three separate parts so that the film could dissect the emotions of both sides of the relationship as well as bring them together into as a collective whole. 601 more words

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X-Men: Apocalypse Casting Rumours

With X-Men: Apocalypse due for release in 2016, some casting rumours have recently made their way online. Specifically these rumours are centering around the characters of Jean Grey and Scott Summers and which young actors could be taking up the roles previously held by Famke Janssen and James Marsden. 176 more words

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I am so close to hitting 30k in NaNoWriMo! (Currently, 694 words to be exact.) So, I’m just about to skip off to Explorers (yay!) but¬† 232 more words

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Marvelous Mondays: X-Men First Class (2011) by The Girl That Loved to Review

Today’s Marvel installment is by Sherise, who has an absolutely fantastic blog over at The Girl That Loved to Review. If you are not already following Sherise, you are missing out on some excellent blogging and I suggest you rectify this matter verrrry quickly :). 938 more words

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Sherise reblogged this on The Girl that Loved to Review and commented:

I recently reviewed one of my favorite comic book movies, X-Men: First Class, over on Life of This City Girl. Go check it out if you haven't already!