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Like his predecessors, Pierce Brosnan has struggled to find legitimate success since retiring as James Bond. Occasionally he stumbles into a good role (The Matador, Love Is All You Need) or a hit like Mamma Mia!, but recent years have seen him emulate fellow Irishman Liam Neeson, playing ageing heroes driven to violence.
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Released 2016 Rating (UK) 15 Source of story An original screenplay Writer/s Script Dan Kay, William Wisher Jr Writer/s Story Dan Kay Director 162 more words

Adore...Friendship on a different level...

Adore (2013) aka Two Mothers aka Adoration (based on the novel The Grandmothers by Doris Lessing) is uncomfortable and unconventional and pretty good.

Let me introduce… 495 more words


I.T: Movie Review

Michael Regan (Pierce Brosnan) is the owner of a major aircraft company who is on the verge of releasing the IPO of an app that seeks to change the face of the aviation industry, and in so doing, save his company which is in danger of going bankrupt because Mike has overextended. 414 more words


EXCLUSIVE: Logan sits down with James Frecheville!

In a tech savvy world, we are all wrapped up in social media, smart phones, and putting all of our information out on the internet for anyone to look at. 1,898 more words


Film Review: 'I.T.'

Appropriately enough for a movie titled “I.T.,” there is a preponderance of hard drives, software, satellite tracking networks, cutting-edge surveillance systems, and banks of large-format monitors on display throughout director John Moore’s slickly produced techno-thriller. 615 more words