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415. The Master


Scientology isn’t so much subject of “The Master” as the after course. The newfound church is a loose thread that can be drawn to Paul Thomas Anderson’s grandiose museum portrait of a movie, if you don’t bother to look at anything else happening around you. 447 more words

Q&A - Robertson and Adams on the budget

Both the Minister of Finance Grant Robertson and the Opposition spokesperson in finance, Amy Adams, will be interviewed on Q&A this morning.

Robertson was competent on the Nation yesterday but could be pushed more by Corin Dann. 144 more words


Amy Adams: "Labour are completely wrong about everything in the whole world"

With the release of the budget this week, numbers have been on the front of everybody’s lips. MyThinks hooked up with new opposition finance spokesperson and Canterbury irrigation millionaire Amy Adams to find out her thoughts.  526 more words


Budget Comments by Amy Adams on Morning Report

Amy Adams seeks to pan the budget


The Labour government’s Budget has been called ‘National lite’ by some, but National’s finance spokesperson Amy Adams tells Susie Ferguson it falls short on spending and is full of broken promises.

Nocturnal Animals (2016)

Nocturnal Animals (2016)

Category : Psycological Thriller

Based on book “Tony And Susan” by Austin Wright

Screen Play : Tom Ford, Austin Wright

Direction : Tom Ford… 43 more words

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HBO names transmission date for Gillian Flynn's Sharp Objects

Last month, HBO released the first trailer for its Gillian Flynn adaptation, Sharp Objects.

Starring the brilliant Amy Adams, it’s a much-anticipated tale of journalist Camille Preaker, who, fresh from a brief stay at a psychiatric hospital, faces a troubling assignment: she must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. 176 more words


HBO 'Sharp Objects' set to air July 8th

‘HBO has set Sunday, July 8, 9 PM for the premiere of Sharp Objects, the eight-episode limited drama series starring Amy Adams.

Written by Marti Noxon, based on the novel by Gillian Flynn and directed by Jean Marc Vallée,  141 more words