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The Childhood of a Leader is harsh and hypnotic, but fails to stick the landing

Opening with Scott Walker’s shrieking strings and breathless newsreel footage of World War I leaders, Brady Corbet’s directorial debut stakes its claim early on as a nightmarish historical drama. 499 more words

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HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE (2005)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 37 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Sequences of Fantasy Violence and Frightening Images

Directed by: Mike Newell… 955 more words

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Kristen Stewart Admits She Struggled With ‘Debilitating Anxiety’ While Filming 'Twilight'

‘Twilight’ fans loved it when Kristen Stewart portrayed Bella Swan, but for K-Stew, those were the worst years of her life. In a new interview, Kristen admitted that while she was starring opposite Robert Pattinson on screen, she was dealing with severe anxiety! 365 more words

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Review: The Childhood Of A Leader

With The Childhood Of A Leader, actor Brady Corbet transitions to working behind the camera in attention-grabbing style, handing us this first missive like someone throwing down a gauntlet, if only to challenge himself. 885 more words

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Robert Pattinson: Kristen Stewart Didn't Mean To Hurt Him By Calling Their Love 'Gross'

Kristen Stewart shocked fans when she called her longtime relationship with Robert Pattinson ‘gross’ in a new interview, but we’ve learned that Kristen didn’t actually mean to hurt Rob’s feelings or diss him in any way. 291 more words

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Berenice Bejo's 'Childhood of a Leader' Finds New U.K. Home After Metrodome Crash

“The Childhood of a Leader,” starring Berenice Bejo and Robert Pattinson, has found a new home in the U.K. following the insolvency this week of its former British distributor, Metrodome. 330 more words

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City AM: "Childhood of A Leader", "Cosmos" and "Nine Lives" reviews

Please click any of the images above to read the corresponding reviews of “Childhood of a Leader”, “Cosmos” and “Nine Lives”, as published in City AM on 19th August.

James Luxford