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'The World’s End' Theatrical Review

Synopsis: Five childhood friends reunite in their prime to take on a challenge that bested them once before – The Golden Mile. Returning to Newton Haven, they soon discover that something strange is afoot, leading them to question their choices, their lives and their friendships. 405 more words


New Trailer: U.K.-set labor/LGBT dramedy PRIDE

A little-known moment from contemporary British history steps into the spotlight with Pride. In 1984, as U.K. coal miners strike in a showdown with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, they receive support from an unexpected quarter: gay and lesbian activists. 55 more words


Dead Man's Shoes

The scarily talented Paddy Considine is just plain scary as a soldier who returns to his Derbyshire village hell-bent on revenge, in 2004’s Dead Man’s Shoes… 274 more words


The World's End

Time: 109 Minutes
Age Rating: R13 – Violence, offensive language and sexual references
Cast: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsan, Rosamund Pike… 641 more words


Film Of The Week #9 - The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)

The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). Directed by Paul Greengrass. Starring Matt Damon, Joan Allen, David Strathairn and Julia Stiles.

Interesting times for Artisticdebate this week as our fairly new Film Of The Week series takes its first revisionist look at a sequel. 1,580 more words

Film Reviews


The Double, an adaptation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s 1866 novella, is brought to the screen via writer/director Richard Ayoade and co-screenwriter Avi Korine. What Ayoade and Korine get right is Dostoyevsky’s impending sense of doom. 580 more words



Honour is a film that addresses a topic that is far from honorable. Honor killings take place all over the world and take the lives of many people (mostly women) who have brought great shame and humiliation to their families. 484 more words