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Starring: Jude Law, Richard E. Grant, Emilia Clarke, Demian Bichir, Kerry Condon, Jumayn Hunter

Directed by: Richard Shepard

Synopsis: After spending 12 years in prison for keeping his mouth shut, notorious safe-cracker Dom Hemingway is back on the streets of London looking to collect what he’s owed. 413 more words


Captado Borrachito Actor Jude Law

El portal gossip.com tiro al medio al actor Jude Law sazonaito hasta el ocho de basto! Parece que al famoso actor se le olvido que hoy en día cualquiera puede grabar con un celular sin que se den cuenta. 31 more words


Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

An author recounts the story of Zero Moustafa when he was a lobby boy in the service of concierge M. Gustave, accused of a crime and embroiled in a mystery.

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12 Years of Pent Up Crazy-->Dom Hemingway

At this year’s Hawaiian International Film Festival, many films from around the world were being played. One of the films being presented is Dom Hemingway, a film from the United Kingdom.   308 more words

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

A rainy Sunday afternoon was the perfect time to indulge ourselves and  venture  to see The Grand Budapest Hotel at the Palace Barracks cinemas. Having a cinema card is a bonus – saved on the parking and the tickets and therefore was able to spend more money on the snacks and wine! 88 more words

Film Review...Dom Hemingway

Much like his unfortunate receding hairline, Jude Law recently went back to his roots for a three-month residency at the Noel Coward Theatre as Henry V. 145 more words

Review - The Grand Budapest Hotel

Few directors currently working have a consistent visual style quite comparable to that of Wes Anderson. Sure, there are innumerable directors out there with their trademarks – the verbal ripostes of a Tarantino script, or the Gothic undertones of a Tim Burton movie, to name but a couple.But Wes Anderson is something special – his style has become so ubiquitous that only his name can describe it, that even the most amateur moviegoer would need only a glance at a single frame to identify it as his. 694 more words