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WATCH: We're so keen for Trainspotting 2!

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The hype is real people. Renton, Spud, Sick Boy and Begbie are back. Director Danny Boyle, the genius behind a bunch of cinematic classics, has finally unveiled  177 more words

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Why ‘Sunshine’ is a Misunderstood Masterpiece

If you are already familiar with Sunshine, when you reflect back on it you might think “It was good up until that god-awful ending.” Well, you are not alone. 2,932 more words

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Trainspotting Movie Review:

Trainspotting (1996) is a British classic film directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours) and stars Ewan McGregor (Star Wars, Black Hawk Down), Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary, Hackers) and Robert Carlyle (The Full Monty, 28 Weeks Later). 414 more words

British Films

Trainspotting - Mini Review (Spoiler Free)

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Kind of predictable with me and my love for film music, however, this time it’s a soundtrack not a score. The songs used throughout the film are all great on their own, but also work really well in the film itself. 180 more words

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Choose Life: The 21 year legacy of Trainspotting.


Few films can boast of being truly iconic, by that I mean instantly recognisable, be that from a sample of dialogue, a screenshot or snippet of soundtrack. 547 more words

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Ewan McGregor: ‘What if I'm not Scottish enough any more?’

Twenty years after Trainspotting made him a star – and the poster boy of 90s excess – could Ewan McGregor become Renton again?

The characters were people you felt you already knew. 97 more words

The Uncanny Ability to Create God

It is easy, when faced with a power that cannot be comprehended on a human scale, for humans to interpret that power as God or an act of God. 1,868 more words

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