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Rupert Friend as Prince Albert: The Young Victoria

Victoria and Albert were a very real, lively young couple and he had a lot of ambition. Had he not married Victoria, he would have been king of his country, and I think that his drive coupled with her ambition and forcefulness inevitably would lead to a clash.

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[20160923] I am definitely under the charmed ones' spell

Hey guys,

This is Kenneth.

Well, since its a TGIF today, I just watched ‘Charmed’.

Right now, I already finished seasons 1 and 2, currently watching season 3 and I’m at episode 6. 37 more words

Kenneth

All You Need to Know About Digital Photography

There were the days when you had to take your camera to a shop and wait to get until your film developed. Technology has changed and from last two-decade digital camera has gained the popularity. 524 more words

Michael William Paul Photographer

CARA'S CAMERA TRAILER

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Welcome to my blog! I feel as though this post is slightly overdue, but nevertheless I’ve only just got round to making this trailer. 13 more words

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Zeros promo

Remember a couple of weeks ago when I posted about a shoot for the local Zombie hunter team? It’s finally out! Look for me near the beginning of the clip!

Deconstructing A Sequence - Hot Fuzz

DECONSTRUCTING A SEQUENCE

Hot Fuzz (2007) – Action comedy

Director: Edgar Wright

One of the continuing plot points Hot Fuzz communicates in the film is why a lot of action in action films could not happen in real life. 983 more words

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Screener-Review: For the Love of Spock

For the Love of Spock
USA 2016
Directed by Adam Nimoy
Watched on 08.09.2016

Originally, this documentary was supposed to focus on Spock; how this beloved character came to be, the impression that he left on pop culture, etc., However, when Leonard Nimoy passed away early last year, is was clear for his son Adam Nimoy, who’s the writer, director and producer of this documentary, that it would also have to very much be about the man who portrayed him. 419 more words

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