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‘Django Unchained’: Tarantino Does It Again

‘Django Unchained’: Tarantino Does It Again

Lauren O'Callaghan December 20, 2012 1

After the great success of his latest film Inglourious Basterds even Quentin Tarantino might have felt a bit apprehensive about presenting his next film to the world but, if so, he needn’t have felt

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‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’: Another Incredible Adventure In Middle Earth

‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’: Another Incredible Adventure In Middle Earth

Backbencher December 13, 2012 3

When Peter Jackson first decided to adapt Tolkien’s legendary Lord Of The Rings stories for film he struggled to convince film companies that it needed to be a trilogy. ‘Put everything into one film’

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‘Life Of Pi’: Taming The Tiger

‘Life Of Pi’: Taming The Tiger

Backbencher December 13, 2012 1

Saying that Ang Lee had his work cut out for him when adapting Yann Martel’s Life Of Pi is similar to saying that Henry VII was ‘a bit choosy’ when it came to women.

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Skyfall: Bond Celebrates His 50th Birthday In Style

Skyfall: Bond Celebrates His 50th Birthday In Style

Lauren O'Callaghan October 19, 2012 4

James Bond celebrated his 50th birthday this year. It’s not the character’s actual age of course (how many 50-year-olds do you know that jump out of planes and seduce secretaries?) but how long the

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From thrills to giggles ‘Sightseers’ has it all

From thrills to giggles ‘Sightseers’ has it all

Lauren O'Callaghan September 28, 2012 1

The very definition of a black comedy Sightseers will have you laughing out loud the whole way through… even when it’s freaking you out. Sprung from the mind of Alice Lowe and Steve Oram

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