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Devil may care – Deliver Us From Evil review

By Simon Miraudo July 21, 2014 Deliver Us From Evil is this year’s exorcism movie. (Hollywood is considerate in few ways, but at least it knows to spread these things out every twelve months.) To spare us from boredom, writer-director Scott Derrickson adds the crinkle of it also being a police-on-the-beat movie, with Eric Bana […]

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London eye – Closed Circuit review

By Simon Miraudo December 2, 2013 How much do we value our privacy? Is it worth more than our safety? Should a government be allowed to operate outside the margins of a so-called free society, so that it may – perhaps paradoxically – remain free? These are the questions being pondered in TV shows like […]

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Benicio Del Toro to play Star Trek 2 villain?

J.J. Abrams is after Benicio Del Toro to play the villain in Star Trek 2, Variety reports. An official offer was expected to go out to the Oscar winner over the weekend. According to a source close to the production, Del Toro did not yet know which character he would play, despite having met with the […]

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Eric Bana to play The King in Elvis and Nixon

Eric Bana and Danny Huston will play The King and Tricky Dick respectively in Cary Elwes‘ directorial debut Elvis and Nixon. Now that is a sentence! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bana will executive produce the flick, which follows Elvis Presley’s visit to The White House in 1970. It was during this visit that Elvis […]

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Trailer Debut: Hanna

Raised on anger and seclusion in the middle of a Finnish forest by father Erik Heller (Eric Bana), fourteen-year-old Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is an isolated killing machine. Set upon fulfilling her father’s vendetta against CIA operative Marissa Wiegler (Cate Blanchett), it seems the seclusion, at least, is about to change. Icy and dramatic and, by […]

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To laugh and die in L.A. – Funny People DVD review

Funny People – Starring Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Leslie Mann. Directed by Judd Apatow. Rated MA. Originally published September 19, 2009. By Simon Miraudo. Everyone can tell a joke, but only a select few can do it well. It’s a genuine art form and it requires complete care and attention from the comedian from […]

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To laugh and die in L.A. – Funny People review

Funny People – Starring Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Leslie Mann. Directed by Judd Apatow. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. Everyone can tell a joke, but only a select few can do it well. It’s a genuine art form and it requires complete care and attention from the comedian from beginning to end. The setup […]

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Funny People trailer debut – Apatow’s latest might make you cry

source: traileraddict.com The first official trailer for Judd Apatow‘s third directorial effort, Funny People, has debuted online, and it looks like a picture quite different from his earlier efforts. Adam Sandler stars as a successful stand-up comedian who discovers he is dying. Seth Rogen plays the up-and-coming comedian Sandler takes under his wing. We first […]

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Very Funny People – Eric Bana Joins Apatow Entourage

source: variety.com Poiter-fans rejoice! Eric Bana is going back to his comedy roots and appearing in the next Judd Apatow film, Funny People. Apatow announced earlier this year that his directorial follow up to Knocked Up would focus on the world of stand-up comedy. Already slated to star is Apatow protege (and all-round awesome guy) […]

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