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May 24: Happy Birthday Bob Dylan and Kristin Scott Thomas

We have had a number of Nobel Prize winners mentioned in the birthday articles (as recently as yesterday), but this is the first time we have had a Nobel Laureate as the headliner. 1,305 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

May 24 in history

15 BC  Germanicus Julius Caesar, Roman commander, was born (d. 19).

1218 The Fifth Crusade left Acre for Egypt.

1276  Magnus Ladulås was crowned King of Sweden in Uppsala Cathedral. 858 more words


Kristin Scott Thomas To Star In Alexandra-Therese Keining's 'Paramour' - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Scott Thomas is set to star in Paramour, a story of seduction and extortion, from director Alexandra-Therese Keining (Girls Lost). London-based Protagonist Pictures is launching international sales on the title in Cannes next week, with ICM Partners handling North American rights. 314 more words

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Review - Only God Forgives

When Only God Forgives was first screened for critics at Cannes, it was met mostly with boos. It’s true that some audience members attempted to rescue it with an ovation, but who knows whether they were applauding the movie because they liked it, or because they were just pleased to see something outrageous enough to make people stand up and jeer. 1,162 more words


F.I.L.M. of the Week (April 13, 2017)

At some point while working on a profile of Robert Pattinson, I realized I couldn’t write honestly or insightfully about the actor if I only considered his post-“Twilight” work, which I generally considered to. 353 more words

Movie Reviews

The Horse Whisperer (1998) izle

The Horse Whisperer (1998) izle

Yönetmen: Robert Redford
Oyuncular/Aktörler: Robert Redford,Kristin Scott Thomas,Sam Neill,Dianne Wiest

Dianne Wiest

Brexit satire draws bigs laughs at Berlin fest


An uproarious British satire shot during the Brexit referendum drew big laughs at the Berlin film festival Monday, with Sally Potter using a stellar cast for “a light and loving look” at a “broken England”. 486 more words