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Man Up: Review

One of my favourite romantic comedies of all time is When Harry Met Sally. Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, New York City and Louis Armstrong – it’s a winning formula that many film’s have tried, and failed, to recreate over the past twenty six years. 610 more words

Film Review & Trailer: Man Up

Frances Winston liked this touching  and funny rom-com, with Simon Pegg and Lake Bell

Directed by: Ben Palmer – Starring: Simon Pegg, Lake Bell, Olivia Williams, Rory Kinnear, Stephen Campbell Moore, Sharon Horgan, Harriet Walters, Ken Stott, Dean Charles Chapman, Ophelia Lovibond… 407 more words

Culture & Arts

Man Up!

I try very hard, daily, not to be depressed about my sucky life. Single, not quite in the job I thought I’d be in, living in a house share, did I mention single? 840 more words

Opinion

Would a William Shatner Cameo In Star Trek 3 Make Up For Kirk’s Weak Death in Star Trek: Generations?

Do you remember all that talk about William Shatner having some kind of role in Star Trek 3? Sure, it was confusing, what with Shatner being 84-years-old and his Kirk long since dead, but it was something the producers were hoping to make happen since… 1,381 more words

Film News

Man Up - the latest British Rom-Com

Of late there has been a lull in Rom-Coms, so it is refreshing to see Man Up hit the big screens this weekend.

Nancy (Lake Bell doing a good English accent) is a thirty-something, slightly depressed single who has given up on love. 285 more words

Movies

Simon Pegg wants better movie roles for women, too

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the representation of women in film, and while starting a conversation is really great, many people, including comedian Simon Pegg, would like to see that talk translate into some real action. 238 more words

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Man Up – Movie Review

Man Up – Review  by Emily Elphinstone

Director: Ben Palmer
Writer: Tess Morris
Stars: Simon Pegg, Lake Bell, Ophelia Lovibond

It’s been a while since British rom-coms have hit the heights of Four Weddings and a funeral, or Bridget Jones; but the essential ingredients are still the same. 279 more words

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