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Film Review: Nina Forever (2015)

TITLENina Forever (2016)

WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Ben and Chris Blaine
PRODUCED BY: Cassandra Sigsgaard

STARRING: Fiona O’Shaughnessy, Abigail Hardingham, Cian Barry, Elizabeth Elvin, David Troughton… 1,024 more words

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Heaven on Earth (2016)

The showbiz saying ‘always leave them wanting more’ has special relevance to movie sequels. The highly acclaimed Swedish film As it is in Heaven (2004) 392 more words

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Posh People Have Feeling's To...

Its Summer! Which of course means its time for the cliché rom-coms to be wheeled out in their droves to the multiplexes. Last year brought the Lily Collins/Sam Caflin film ‘Love, Rosie’, which despite all its faults was fairly heart-string tugging, made better by Sam Caflins ability to be posh yet engaging. 527 more words

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Melancholia (2011)

Science fiction by its very nature is taking a scientific theory, extrapolating it into a fictional conceit and examining its impact on society and the human psyche; in this sense Melancholia is pure science fiction. 193 more words

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The Mechanic (2011)

A professional assassin for hire grudgingly fulfils a contract on his old mentor and so takes his delinquent son under his wing while teaching him the tricks of the trade. 126 more words

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Mean Streets (1973)

Mean Streets concerns the comings and goings of a group of small time criminals operating in the seedy under belly of New York City.

This is an early project by Martin Scorsese and you can certainly see him learning his craft as the story unfolds; there are some great scenes and you can see the prototype versions of many from his coming classics. 104 more words

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Me And You And Everyone We Know (2005)

A shoe salesman splits up with his wife and enters into single fatherdom by spouting Generation X platitudes about the meaning of life at his McJob, before entering into the most unconvincing romance between two irritating people this side of Anakin and Padme. 167 more words

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