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by Matt J. Popham

Ivan Locke has made a decision.

A highly-regarded construction foreman, a loving husband, and a committed father, he has put all his professional and domestic obligations on hold to drive to London, where a woman he barely knows is giving birth to his illegitimate child – the result of a single night of regretted infidelity. 559 more words


Anti-fracking campaigner challenges conviction for assaulting police officer at Balcombe protests

26th August 2014

The appeal began this morning of an anti-fracking campaigner convicted of assaulting and obstructing a police officer at last year’s protests at Balcombe. 563 more words

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Blu-ray Review: Locke

Starring: Tom Hardy, Olivia Coleman, Ruth Wilson
Director: Stephen Knight
Rating: 8/10

The only face we see in Locke belongs to Ben Hardy’s titular character. It’s a mature, bearded face – patriarchal almost – tired but resolute, attached to a powerful shoulders and a big chest, and the lilting Welsh voice that emanates from it makes you think of a kindly preacher. 841 more words

Blu-ray Review

Locke ★★★

From Stephen Knight, the man who wrote Eastern Promises which I had the privilege of viewing last night, comes Locke – a “gimmick” movie in that it takes place entirely within the protagonist’s tricked out BMW. 1,001 more words

DVD releases for Aug. 12: Muppets lose their mojo (with video)

Fuzzy-wuzzy Marquee

Muppets Most Wanted: Three stars out of five — The line between felt and heartfelt gets a little too fuzzy in this half-cocked and largely routine Muppet outing that brings all the familiar Jim Henson puppets back for another round of screwball mayhem alongside stars Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais and Ty Burrell. 566 more words


Locke: Review

Skepticism is the first feeling that rose in me upon deciding if I should watch the film Locke. A drama which follow the story of a construction worker in his car. 386 more words



The road has often been used as a metaphor for life, the choices we make and what not and in. writer turned director, Stephen Knight’s vehicle we see the same device in play in this largely minimalist piece. 799 more words

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