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Take a trip to OASIS with Anil Kapoor

Anil Kapoor is all ready for a come back again (not exactly a come back since he wasn’t actually gone) after playing “Majnu Bhai” in the 2015 comedy Welcome Back. 268 more words

'Cinderella' is for all ages.

Cinderella tells the story of a young woman named ‘Ella’ who finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her daughters when her father unexpectedly passes away. 266 more words

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Oasis: Faith under unfamiliar stars

Amazon’s Pilot Season has begun and for me, the winner is the SF show, OASIS.

Without giving too much away, Richard Madden (from Game of Thrones) plays Peter, a young minister in the dystopia of 2032, who travels to Mankind’s last best hope, a distant space colony called Oasis where the best and brightest (and wealthiest) of Humanity is establishing a shiny new future for our species – a future without the ‘treacherous illusion of faith”. 301 more words

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Throwback Thursday: 'Cinderella' (2015)

The Fairy Godmother (Helena Bonham Carter) transforms the animals and Cinderella (Lily James), so she can attend the Royal ball.

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Amazon Sets 2017 Pilot Season Lineup With Projects From Amy Sherman-Palladino, 'Game of Thrones' Actors

Amazon’s 2017 pilot season will kick off on March 17, Variety has learned.

The streaming service will put up five pilots — two hourlongs and three half-hours. 713 more words

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"Cinderella" (2015) spoiler-free movie review

In 2015, Disney brought us a new, updated version of the classic and much-loved tale of Cinderella. This new movie stars Lily James as Cinderella ( 875 more words

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The Take - ★ ★ ★ DVD Review


Idris Elba stars as Sean Briar, a CIA agent in Paris who pushes the limits and doesn’t “play well with others”.  Michael Mason (Richard Madden) is a professional pickpocket who steals a bag belonging to Zoe (Charlotte Le Bon) and drops it with the garbage in front of a small apartment building after taking anything of value from it only to have the bag blow up moments later.  306 more words

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