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The Devil's in the Details (and The Deep Blue Sea)

I watched a film awhile ago – Terrence Davies’ adaptation of Terrence Rattigan’s play, The Deep Blue Sea. It’s a beautiful, melancholy play, and a beautiful melancholy film about a woman named Hester Collyer, who escapes a stifling marriage to have an affair with a damaged RAF pilot named Freddie Page. 463 more words

Culture

Movie Review: 360 (2013)

Choices and consequences. Fork in the road, do you take it? which way? will you end up in a ring ? The theme was nothing new, as the writer,   433 more words

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Agora

StarringRachel WeiszMax MinghellaOscar Isaac

Directed byAlejandro Amenábar

Year: 2009

Plot: It’s the 4th century AD and the Greco-Roman world is decaying rapidly, as illustrated by the sacking of the great library of Alexandria by the Christian mob (which happened 300 years earlier by Julius Cesar). 59 more words

How Did They Get Roped Into This?

Movie Review: Oz The Great And Powerful

It’s that time again! Where I bring another review to everyone on the latest on what’s been released in Hollywood. The one I’ll be bringing is… 389 more words

Oz The Great and Powerful (2013)

“A Refreshing Take on a Much-Loved Story” 7/10

Oz The Great and Powerful tells the charming tale of the famous Wizard of Oz, Oscar (James Franco), a struggling magician from Kansas who finds himself whisked away to the magical land of Oz and expected to save it from the Wicked Witch. 302 more words

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Rachel Weisz loves working with Daniel Craig

Rachel Weisz thinks working with husband Daniel Craig is lovely.

The couple, who rarely appear in public together, was honoured at the Night of Opportunity gala at Cipriani Wall Street in New York for their work with organisation The Opportunity Network, which aims to help underprivileged teens…

Entertainment

'The Fountain' of Bewilderment

I feel like I stumbled down the rabbit hole and spent 96 minutes free falling, only to emerge out the other side knowing that 500 years has passed and I’m now living in an enlightened era. 495 more words

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