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Debut trailer for Armando Iannucci's political-comedy The Death of Stalin

I wouldn’t say that Stalin was an expected route for Armando Iannucci to take on after the likes of In the Thick of It, Veep  144 more words

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New Trailer: The Death Of Stalin - Official Trailer #1


Synopsis: The Death of Stalin is a forthcoming Franco-British satirical period comedy-drama film directed by Armando Iannucci which chronicles the events that transpired after the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953… 33 more words

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Plain, Simple Tom reviews . . . "The Girl with all the Gifts" (2016)

Adapted from the novel by M. R. Carey, The Girl with all the Gifts takes place in a world where most of humanity has succumbed to a disease caused by a mutated fungal infection and the majority of the population are flesh-eating “hungries”. 626 more words

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Drawing: Paddy Considine in The Ferryman

“Paddy Considine puts in a phenomenal performance as a father fighting against his past,” wrote Variety’s Matt Trueman in his review of Jez Butterworth’s latest masterpiece, THE FERRYMAN, directed by Sam Mendes, which transferred from the Royal Court to the Gielgud Theatre last month. 39 more words


The Girl With All the Gifts (2016)

Intentionally moving away from many of the familiar tropes of the modern zombie movie, The Girl With All the Gifts makes its own statement as a horror picture all about children, nature and the dehumanisation of humanity. 1,380 more words


The Girl With All The Gifts: The Review

Director: Colm McCarthy
Cast: Sennia Nanua, Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine, Glenn Close
Plot: The world is left savaged by a fungal disease, turning humanity into flesh craving zombies. 1,177 more words

Reviews From The Past


Tyrannosaur (2011) is director Paddy Considine’s first feature-length film, and is inspired by the goings-on on his Midlands council estate during his youth. You can get the film on… 272 more words
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