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The top 10 Amy Adams performances

The top 10 Amy Adams performances. By Simon Miraudo. Amy Adams has come a long way since taking on the Sarah Michelle Geller role in Cruel Intentions 2 back in the year 2000 (and thank goodness). With three Oscar nominations to her name, she looks set to receive a fourth for her chilling turn as […]

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The sinning nun – Doubt DVD review

Doubt – Starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis. Directed by John Patrick Shanley. Rated M for mature themes. 104 mins. Available on DVD. Adapting a John Patrick Shanley screenplay is tricky business. His contract demands not a single word be changed when bringing his script to the screen. So it’s […]

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Oscar fallout – Analysing the nominations and getting worked up about it!

As reported earlier this morning, the nominees for this year’s Academy Awards have been announced. And I’ve got to say, while there are a WHOLE bunch of pleasant surprises, there are a couple of shocking exclusions that need to be examined. Firstly, check out the nominees over here. Then, see my hilariously inaccurate predictions. Without […]

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OSCAR WATCH – We predict the nominees!

The announcement of this year’s Oscar nominees are just 30 hours away, at which time the most respected films of 2008 will be revealed, and the shroud of mystery will be lifted from Hollywood’s most coveted prize – a naked gold man. I know, the Oscar’s don’t really mean anything. After all, who’s to say […]

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Devil in the details – Doubt review

Doubt – Starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis. Directed by John Patrick Shanley. Rated M for mature themes. 104 mins. Adapting a John Patrick Shanley screenplay is tricky business. His contract demands not a single word be changed when bringing his script to the screen. So it’s no wonder the […]

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OSCAR WATCH – Pre Christmas predictions

No matter how many you love, there can only be one. Welcome, to Oscar Watch.They’re coming. You can’t stop it. The highs, the lows, the unnecessary competition. On Boxing Day, the Academy will have nomination ballots mailed to them, and on January 22nd, the five contenders in each category will be announced. So with less […]

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