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“Nobody’s perfect.” A Valentine’s guide for laughers, criers, sceptics, and freaky-deakies.

By Simon Miraudo February 12, 2014 Valentine’s Day is coming, and with it, the annual amount of punishing pressure, nervous anticipation, and flop sweat. “It’s too hard! What do I buy? Where do we go?” Look, I sympathise, which is why I’ve gone ahead and selected twenty safe movies (all sub-categorised) to help the decision-making […]

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Feels like we only go backwards – About Time review

By Simon Miraudo October 14, 2013 Richard Curtis lives to make you melt, and his latest, About Time, should just about do the trick. It’s sad and sweet. And shapeless. But mostly sweet. His previous directorial effort, The Boat That Rocked, also suffered from bagginess (thirty minutes were shaved off its American release). I’ll forgive […]

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Poster and Trailer Debut: About Time

The first trailer for About Time asks the question: if you had the ability to relive any moment in your life, would you do it? Perhaps you’d answer ‘yes’ if you knew that writer director Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Notting Hill) was in control. Of course, you’d need to be like Tim […]

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Aussie Margot Robbie might star in Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street

Australian actress Margot Robbie (Neighbours) is in talks for the female lead in Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of The Wolf of Wall Street, according to Deadline. The film, adapted from the bestselling memoir by Jordon Belfort, already has Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Jon Bernthal, and Jean Dujardin (The Artist) attached to star. Robbie would star opposite […]

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