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Hot air guitar – ‘Jimi: All is by My Side’ Review

By Jess Lomas August 13, 2014 Before Jimi Hendrix (Andre Benjamin) lit his guitar on fire at Monterey Pop Festival, or played Woodstock, he wore cheetah-print shirts in a struggling R&B band. So says John Ridley’s Jimi: All Is by My Side, a biopic that tries to be as independent and free spirited as its […]

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Mini racers – Need for Speed review

By Simon Miraudo March 12, 2014 I don’t think a single actor in Need for Speed is taller than 5-foot-6, nor would any weigh more than 70 kilos. It’s an interesting change of pace to the Fast and Furious franchise. Instead of the sun-swept, Californian good looks of Paul Walker, we have the scrawny, scream-crier […]

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Breaking lad – Are We Officially Dating review

By Jess Lomas February 11, 2014 A great romantic comedy lets us escape reality into a world where the men are attentive and charming or at the very least redeem themselves by the time the credits roll. Tom Gormican’s directorial debut, Are We Officially Dating? (titled That Awkward Moment in the States) aims to turn […]

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Teaser Debut: Need for Speed

As Breaking Bad comes to an end, it’s interesting to see its exiting stars forge ahead. Dean Norris and Betsy Brandt have parachuted into network TV series, whilst Bryan Cranston looks set to dominate the big screen with a number of high profile roles. But what of fan favourite Aaron Paul, aka Jesse Pinkman? He’s […]

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Sydney Film Festival – The Look of Love review

By Simon Miraudo June 7, 2013 Steve Coogan takes on the role of Steve Coog … er, I mean, Paul Raymond in The Look of Love, his fourth collaboration with director Michael Winterbottom. No one would accuse the distinctive British comedian of disappearing into his roles. Yet, just as Tony Wilson in 24 Hour Party […]

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Trailer Debut: A Late Quartet

The trailer for A Late Quartet sees Christopher Waken, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Catherine Keener flex their classical musical muscles. Marking director Yaron Zilberman’s second feature film, after 2004’s Watermarks, A Late Quartet follows the members of a world-renowned string quartet as their future playing together is threatened. When cellist Peter (Walken) is diagnosed with […]

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Which lucky lady will fall into Spider-Man’s web?

Sony have selected their new Spider-Man (it’s Andrew Garfield if you didn’t already know) which means that the hunt for Spidey’s love interest has begun. According to THR’s HeatVision blog, there are at least six young actresses vying for Peter Parker’s affections. They include: Lily Collins (The Blind Side)Ophelia Lovibond (Nowhere Boy)Teresa Palmer (2:37)Imogen Poots […]

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