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ALIEN: COVENTANT FAILS TO LIVE UP TO ITS PROMISE

May 17, 2017

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The long-awaited Prometheus sequel/Alien prequel, Alien: Covenant is finally upon us and the expanse between the bloated, operatic, theological brain fart that was Prometheus and the claustrophobic, tightly-told seminal space horror of Alien has attempted to have been bridged by the director of both films, Ridley Scott.

The World Is Not Enough – The Most Travelled James Bond

November 2, 2015

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The latest James Bond film SPECTRE sees oo7 visit some incredible locations, including Mexico City and Altaussee, Austria. However, James Bond has always been an international traveller, his adventures taking him to the farthest corners of the planet (and occasionally off it) all in the name of saving the world. But just how far has oo7 […]

THE MAN WHO FLEW TO EARTH – James Bond Stunt Performer Directs Incredible Stunt Documentary

July 25, 2015

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With the latest Bond adventure, SPECTRE, due to hit our screens this October, it’s worth remembering that so much of what makes Bond great comes down to the dedicated stunt performers who allow 007 to do the impossible and to save the day. Roy Taylor is one of those stunt performers, whose credits include SPECTRE, […]

The story of The Philadelphia Story.

July 13, 2011

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When they discover my passion for film, people often ask me which is my favourite. This is, of course, an impossible question to answer, however, seeing as I am so regularly asked, I decided it would be a good idea to think of one. So now I always answer that it is The Philadelphia Story, […]

Oscar round-up

March 7, 2011

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Last week gave us the 83rd annual Academy Awards and, as promised, I’m here to take a look at the winners and review my predictions. James Franco and Anne Hathaway hosted the Academy Awards this year in a break from the tradition of a single, comedic host.  This was obviously an attempt to connect with the […]