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Big Eyes

Whilst a far from conventional story, Big Eyes may just be the most conventional film that Tim Burton has ever made. More a movie about ego and emotional manipulation than about art, … 695 more words

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24th James Bond film releases November 2015

Spectre will be the 24th James Bond film in the series to be released, produced by Eon Productions and staring Daniel Craig as Bond. This will be the first film without Dame Judi Dench as M, instead Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes) will be taking over the role as Bond faces a new organisation Spectre. 65 more words

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7 Things We Learned From the Spectre Trailer

1) The DB10 looks incredible.

What else did you expect? The new Aston Martin DB10, designed especially for Spectre looks so futuristic I bet it can transform into Optimus Prime at a moments notice. 535 more words

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The Zero Theorem (2013)

Terry Gilliam’s futuristic drama The Zero Theorem is as much about the intricacies of mathematics as Ron Howard’s A Beautiful Mind is about the finer points of schizophrenia. 676 more words

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Horrible Bosses 2

The boys are back in a sequel to their comedy about what sucks about working for horrible bosses. This movie takes on a new twist, with the guys becoming their own bosses as they strive to get their company off the ground. 33 more words

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Τα μυστικά του παρελθόντος κυνηγάνε τον James Bond στο πρώτο teaser του 'Spectre'!

Το πρώτο teaser του Spectre έκανε την εμφάνιση του, αποδεικνύοντας πως – ακριβώς όπως μας είχαν ήδη ενημερώσει – η 24 τέταρτη ταινία του Βρετανού υπερκατασκόπου παίρνει την ιστορία από εκεί που την είχε αφήσει το ‘Skyfall’, και το παρελθόν του 007 έρχεται να τον καταδιώξει!

TOY KOYTIOY!

FILM REVIEW: BIG EYES

Director: Tim Burton

Writers:  Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski

Cast: Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz and Kristen Rytter

In recent years, my favourite director Tim Burton has made some truly appalling remakes filled with over-the-top CGI and nonsensical insanity. 910 more words

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