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Watch The Wilmington Selectmen Debate Online Here

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television recently uploaded this week’s Selectmen debate between incumbent Mike Champoux and challenger Kevin MacDonald.  Watch the 45-minute debate below.  Read Wilmington Apple’s debate recap HERE.

Government

Black Sea

Disgruntled Scot, Captain Robinson (Jude Law), is an embittered man with a chip on his shoulder. His main gripe is with the submarine haulage company that’s just heartlessly disposed of him after years of loyal service. 597 more words

Drama

Chris Cooper & Others Join Hulu's ‘11/22/63’ Cast; Director Set

Oscar winner Chris Cooper is among seven actors cast in 11/22/63, Hulu’s adaptation of Stephen King’s 2011 bestseller starring James Franco. Kevin Macdonald, who helmed… 280 more words

Casting

Stephen King’s ‘11/22/63’ Series on Hulu Names Initial Director, Additional Cast

Hulu original series “11/22/63,” from JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot based on Stephen King’s best-selling time-travel novel about the Kennedy assassination, has signed Kevin Macdonald (“The Last King of Scotland,” “State of Play”) to direct and exec produce the first two of the nine-episode event series. 276 more words

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Black Sea - film review

BLACK SEA

Gripping submarine thriller refreshingly unpredictable.

Reviewed on Tuesday 31st March 2015

Directed by Kevin Macdonald. Written by Dennis Kelly. Starring: Jude Law, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn and David Threlfell. 837 more words

Greg Moss

MOVIE REVIEW | Black Sea (2014)

“I lost my family because of this job.”

If, out of the blue, you were to ask me opinion of Jude Law, I probably wouldn’t have much to say.  475 more words

BLACK SEA

★★★

Dir: Kevin MacDonald

(2014)

The brilliant documentarian turned film maker Kevin MacDonald amps up the pressure and claustrophobic sea doggedness with this slickly made oceanic thriller in which a group of Brits and Russians take a leaky soviet sub and head into the depths to find a nazi U-Boat laden with gold. 303 more words

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