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45 Years

Kate and Geoff Mercer are planning a party for their 45th wedding anniversary. In the post, Geoff receives a letter: his first love’s body has been found, frozen in a glacier in the Swiss Alps where he lost her over ...

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The films that never were…

The recent release of Marvel’s Ant-Man enters into a wonderful ‘what if’ scenario. What if original director and writer Edgar Wright had stayed on the project he had been moulding since before the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What ...

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

In the war on original intellectual properties, we have the latest reinvention of a long dormant series in Guy Ritchie’s muddled spy flick The Man from U.N.C.L.E. The original show was a classic of the 60s Cold War spy craze, ...

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Trainwreck: You all know one

I know very little of Amy Schumer. With the flood of good reviews for her debut feature film (she wrote the script, Judd Apatow directed), I couldn’t help but sit up and take note. Who is this woman and where ...

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