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The Best Films of 2014 (So Far)

By Simon Miraudo June 25, 2014 The inexorable march of time continues ever forward, a crushing reminder our too brief, finite existence. Or, to be less of a ‘von Trier’ about it: Can you believe it’s almost July? The first six months of 2014 are behind us, and what do we have to show for […]

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50 first deaths – Edge of Tomorrow review

By Simon Miraudo June 24, 2014 Edge of Tomorrow is an ingenious action-comedy about how frequently movie heroes would actually die if they attempted that much crazy s***, and no movie hero is more notorious for doing crazy s*** than Tom Cruise. Though Cruise long ago lost his reputation as a reliable truth teller – […]

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Trailer Debut: Edge of Tomorrow

Tom Cruise heads back to the future in Edge of Tomorrow, Doug Liman’s adaptation of the Manga All You Need is Kill. Cruise plays an officer who keeps getting killed in combat, only to be continually resurrected to relive the battle over and over again,¬†Groundhog Day¬†style. Emily Blunt plays a Special Forces fighter who trains […]

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Tom Cruise’s All You Need is Kill renamed Edge of Tomorrow

Tom Cruise’s upcoming sci-fi ‘man-in-a-robot-suit’ film All You Need Is Kill has been renamed, presumably to soften its impact. According to Cruise’s official website, this big action flick will now be called Edge Of Tomorrow, a much more tasteful (but also bland) title. Based on a graphic novel, it looks to be a futuristic play […]

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