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Here's The Trailer for Whiplash!

Whiplash is one of those films that I’m truly looking forward to seeing later this year.  Not only is Miles Teller a star waiting for the perfect vehicle, but rumor has it that the great character actor J.K. 14 more words


Watch: Yahoo Movies Shares the Deleted #Divergent Butter Knife Scene

One of the most notably absent scenes in Divergent was the scene that fans have dubbed the “butter knife” scene. Many argued that by cutting the scene from the film, viewers missed out on some of the character development for Peter (played by Miles Teller). 78 more words


Divergent deleted scene shows famous 'butter knife' scene with Ben Lamb via Yahoo Movies

Yahoo Movies has released the deleted scene that I know all Fambs have been waiting for – or at least I know I have! I can’t say that I was thrilled when I was watching Divergent for the firs time and not only did Edward not get his chance to kick Peter’s ass, but he never got stabbed in the eye. 429 more words

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Trailer For 'WHIPLASH' Starring Miles Teller & J.K Simmons

Check out the trailer that Sony Pictures Classics has released for writer/director Damien Chazelle’s Whiplash starring Miles Teller and J.K Simmons down below!

The film hits theaters on October 10, Andrew Neyman (Teller) is an ambitious young jazz player, single-minded in his pursuit to rise to the top of his elite east coast music conservatory. 90 more words


This Kiwi Girl Likes - The Spectacular Now

I recently watched a movie called The Spectacular Now and adored it.

Favourite Quotes:

“I like to think there’s more to a person than just one thing.” 527 more words

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The Spectacular Now

Sutter Keely (Miles Teller) is a charming and popular high school senior who fully enjoys the now. He likes partying and getting unbelievably drunk without thinking about his future. 407 more words


Thoughts on Trailers - Whiplash

It was the gem of Sundance 2014, and it’s hitting cinemas soon. Although, here in the UK, we might have a bit of a wait. But I can live with that, I think – please tell me we’re not going to be waiting for this as long as Fruitvale Station.

Thoughts On Trailers