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Movie Review: Before We Go

Chris Evans has been around for sometime, acting mostly as comedic goof ball or a charming play boy in most of the movies he has done. 950 more words

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Movie review: Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

Star Trek Into Darkness      dir. JJ Abrams

This spectacular looking but disappointing sequel to 2009’s brilliant franchise reboot is a bumpy retread of the best Star Trek film, … 257 more words

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Before We Go (2015) - Movie Review

By Shane Ongley

Before we go is directed by and stars Chris Evans, it also stars Alice Eve. It is the story of a woman whose purse is stolen late at night in New York and a man(Evans) who offers her assistance getting home. 367 more words

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Check out the Trailer for Chris Evans' Directorial Debut 'Before We Go' Starring Himself & Alice Eve

There’s no doubt that Chris Evans is best known for his alter-ego Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He’s now worn the suit five times and will continue to for a few more times, but if you’ve been really following the insides of the MCU and its characters, you may know that Evans has talked about walking away from the character to pursue his dream of stepping behind the camera and directing. 357 more words

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Chris Evans directorial debut "Before We Go" releases first trailer

It seems like Chris Evans can never escape the role of “hero”. Now the beared beauty is trading in his Captain America shield for a trumpet in the first trailer for his directorial debut “Before We Go”. 55 more words

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Surprise Find in a Charity Shop

On a recent trip to town Mrs Barking Mad (I need a better name for her =) was getting her  haircut so I was left to wander around town and maybe find a film for us to watch for our Sunday movie night. 417 more words

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Before We Go: A Charming Story with Some Good Performances

It seems as though Chris Evans and his fellow Avenger actors have been dedicating a large portion of their acting efforts to proving that they are more than Marvel allows them to be in the superhero flicks. 339 more words

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