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Swordfish (2001)

I’ve never eaten swordfish before but I have seen Swordfish before. How’s that for a terrible introduction? (Wait, there’s more) – unlike the start of Swordfish, which has a very good dramatic introduction. 390 more words

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Earth to Echo - Movie Review

Earth to Echo – Review
Director: Dave Green
Writers: Henry Gayden (screenplay), Henry Gayden (story)
Stars: Teo Halm, Astro, Reese Hartwig, Brian ‘Astro’ Bradley, Ella Wahlestedt… 303 more words

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The Golden Dream - 06/07/2014 @ The Watershed, Bristol.

Known more for his work as a cinematographer, Diego Quemada-Diez has made his feature debut, and what a debut it is. Initially set in a slum in Guatemala centred around children trying to cross the US border to seek a better life, Quemada-Diez researched the story by interviewing real life young people who have attempted this themselves and the horrific experiences they endured doing it. 429 more words

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22 Jump Street (2014) Review

Director(s): Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Writer(s):
Michael Bacall, Orien Uziel, Rodney Rothman
Cast: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube, Peter Stormare

The Plot in 3 Sentences or Less: 426 more words

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Kill Your Darlings (2013)

I am a Beat Generation fan. I’ve read On The Road out loud because I think that’s the only way you can really appreciate the way Kerouac wrote in riffs and jazz rhythms. 388 more words

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BBC Radio Oxford Appearances: 18th-21st July

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DRIVE TIME, FILMS ON FRIDAY (18/07/2014) – myself and David Prever look at “Dawn of The Planet of The Apes”, “Grand Central” and “Pudsey The Dog: The Movie”, as well as the UK Box Office and Cinema-related events in Oxford… 52 more words

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'Planes: Fire and Rescue' movie review

PORTSMOUTH, Va (WAVY) – “Planes: Fire & Rescue” is the newest installment in the “Cars” and “Planes” movie universe franchise. This week, The Hampton Roads Show’s own executive producer and film critic, Stephanie “Cookie” Cooke, reviewed the movie. 47 more words

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