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The intricate excellence of Prometheus


By Max Lalanne, film critic Following the sad death of the legendary sci-fi author-poet Ray Bradbury just last Wednesday, I subconsciously entered the theatre for Prometheus with different expectations than most, or so I thought. What I wanted to see was a sort of  21st-century visual embodiment of Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles collection of short stories. […]

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REVIEW: Snow White and the Huntsman

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By Max Lalanne, film critic When you think about it, Snow White and the Huntsman was one awfully ambitious project to pull off for first-time director Rupert Sanders – and the disappointing thing for someone like me who was eagerly anticipating this film, is that it really shows that the guy was slightly over his […]

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Gangster Squad looks Oscar worthy

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By Max Lalanne, film critic This first trailer for the upcoming Gangster Squad, out October 19, looks Oscar-worthy terrific. The stellar cast includes Josh Brolin, Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Nicke Nolte, Giovanni Ribisi, Bryan Cranston, Anthony Mackie, and Michael Peña. Set in Los Angeles, 1949, ruthless Brooklyn-born mob king Mickey Cohen (Penn) runs […]

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Review of The Iron Lady

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By Max Lalanne, film critic The Iron Lady in all honestly should have been called Maggie or Margaret and Dennis or something else like that. Why? Because Phyllida Lloyd’s oddly-constructed, somewhat uneven film about Margaret Thatcher, who became Great Britain’s first female Prime Minister in 1979 in a government wholly run by men, is not what you could call […]

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Is a new Jungle Book film on the cards?

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By Max Lalanne, Film Critic The screenwriter, Steve Kloves, who adapted J.K Rowling’s beloved Harry Potter novels and helped turn them into a massively successful franchise of the sort never seen before may have found his new project. Yes, it’s another book adaptation, but the similarities end there. According to Variety News, Steve Kloves is in early […]

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First photos emerge of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained

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By Max Lalanne, Film Critic Today saw The Weinstein Co. release the first images from their upcoming December 25 release Django Unchained. The images show Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz getting their Western swagger on in full costume and apparent badass attitude, as well as a look at a bearded, cigarette-chomping, hammer-wielding Leonardo DiCaprio. In the […]

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Hugo leads the way with 11 Oscar nominations

By Natalie Clark Yesterday, the whole of Hollywood held it’s breath as the nominations for the 84th Academy Awards were announced. The silent movie that made all the noise at Golden Globes, The Artist, scooped an impressive ten nominations. However, it was Martin Scorsese’s Hugo that stole the show with eleven nominations. The two films […]

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The silent film causing a lot of noise in the race to the Oscars

By Natalie Clark Awards season is upon us. For just over a month we are going to be flooded with coverage from one red carpet to another, ogling at  glamorous couture gowns that are either triumphs or disasters and awkwardly laughing at hosts who nearly always fail to hit the mark. The long-awaited Golden Globes […]

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H&M’s ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ range – glamorising rape?

By Natalie Clark With the approaching release of the latest version of the worldwide phenomenon, ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,’ H&M have launched a collection inspired by the protagonist’s character, Lisbeth. The collection has been designed by none other than the film’s costume designer herself, Trish Summerville. Released in major retail stores, this Thursday, […]

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The Stars Come Out For the Mission Impossible 4 Premiere

By Hannah Masterson Last night Tom Cruise hit the red carpet as London held the premiere of the fourth installment of the Mission Impossible franchise. Called ‘Ghost Protocol’ it stars Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, Paula Patton and Lea Seydoux. Cruise arrived at the red carpet and posed photographs and talked to fans which have been gathered for […]

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