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Cuban Fury (2014)

Nick Frost usually comes as one-half of a package deal. With Simon Pegg (and their behind-the-scenes collaborator Edgar Wright), Frost has starred in three of the most gloriously subversive, smart and silly British comedies of the past ten years:  572 more words


CUBAN FURY Review: A Step Out of Time

When I was a senior in high school, I was captain of my High School Bowl team.  High School Bowl was a 4-on-4, question-and-answer competition contested between local Delaware high schools.   1,433 more words

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Rev: Series 3

BBC2, 10pm, Monday 24th March

Rev returned to the BBC last night with its third series, Tom Hollander starred as the Reverend Smallbone who had to deal with the birth of his daughter Katie and the subsequent baptism, faulty wiring and the possible closure of his church. 434 more words


FILM REVIEW – Cuban Fury – d. James Griffiths

Real men dance.

After phenomenal success in last year’s The World’s End, Nick Frost is back, and this time battling a very different foe – the world of Latin dance. 409 more words


Film Review | Cuban Fury


After having made many an entertaining comedy in his collaborations with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, Cuban Fury (2014) marks Nick Frost‘s first bona fide solo outing. 421 more words

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Cuban Fury

A few laughs, some good dance moves & some excellent music made this film better than I expected it to be. Although still very run of the mill obvious for a rom com but the journey to the inevitable was enjoyable. 217 more words

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