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In a world where Hollywood are desperate to shill their next big budget feature to the general public, only one man can narrate two minute clips and make them appealable for the masses. Until one day he disappeared off the face...

 
 
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Review: The documentary short, ‘Cecil and Carl’ is everything you would want from the genre, a piercing snapshot of the human condition, affectionate and wryly humorous. It is a reminder of what the best of us are capable of: u...

 
 
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Hello again Natalie! We recently interviewed you for your last film ‘Left To Die’, how did everything with the film go? As an actress and a producer I have enjoyed the process of making Left to Die. From writing and producing t...

 
 
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Jonathan’s Perspective: There’s a moment in David Ayer’s highly-anticipated, highly-maligned Suicide Squad in which Deadshot (Will Smith) is about to go into battle with his meta-human dirty dozen comrades. As they travel...

 
 
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Review: Alice Wetterlund aces ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’, a broad, lumpen comedy that is straight-jacketed by its premise and commitment to frequent swearing and uninspired slapstick. She plays Cousin Terry, a horny les...

 
 
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This summer has been a box office letdown and possibly the worst summer that the box office has seen in decades. The tentpoles that would have boosted the summer were released in the first quarter and shifted numbers. The movie...