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Bradley Cooper & Jennifer Lawrence Are Together Again In New 'Serena' Clip & Images

Despite never really being ‘together’ in reality, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence seem to be very comfortable on screen together as their star power rises. Having co-starred in  251 more words

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Marvellous. Simply Marvellous.

Every once in a blue moon, TV executives step away from hiring alleged paedophiles and salivating over their massive pen…sions and pull their fingers out of their arses to present us with an excellent quality of TV. 679 more words

Julian Farino

Red Lights (2012) Retro Review - Murphy Shines, De Niro Disappoints

Red Lights was written and directed by Rodrigo Cortes who was previously best known for the Ryan Reynolds film Buried (2010).  It boasts an excellent cast that includes Sigourney Weaver, Cillian Murphy, Robert De Niro, Elizabeth Olsen and Toby Jones.   409 more words

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Dad's Army film cast announced

The cast of the long awaited film adaptation of one of British TV’s best loved sitcoms, Dad’s Army, has finally been announced, and from the looks of things we could be in for a real belter of an outing. 197 more words

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Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones among cast of Universal's 'Dad's Army'

Universal Pictures has picked up the international rights to an upcoming comedy based on a long-running BBC sitcom, Dad’s Army. Universal and production companies Screen Yorkshire and DJ Films announced the film’s cast, which will transport a number of famous English actors back to World War II. 178 more words

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Film reflection: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

This is going to be a lot more confused than most of my other reviews, especially for someone who has neither seen the movie nor read the books. 1,216 more words

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The Mist (2007)

Director: Frank Darabont

Writers: Frank Darabont

Stars: Thomas Jane, Marcia Gay Harden & Laurie Holden

Frank Darabont’s ‘other’ Stephen King adaptation is a straight up horror movie with a simple yet effective premise. 793 more words

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