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Teaser Debut: The World’s End

The teaser trailer for The World’s End, director Edgar Wright’s latest collaboration with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, has arrived online. The trio has described their long-awaited follow-up to zombie spoof Shaun of the Dead and cop-movie satire Hot Fuzz as the final instalment of their Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy. As you may be able to guess by it’s title, […]

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A loud roar – Tyrannosaur review

Tyrannosaur – Starring Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman and Eddie Marsan. Directed by Paddy Considine. Rated MA. Originally published July 15, 2011. By Simon Miraudo. Tyrannosaur arrives on DVD May 16, 2012. Directorial debuts are rarely as brutal or furious as Paddy Considine’s Tyrannosaur. The reasoning behind that title becomes apparent late in the piece, but even if no explanation was given, it perfectly evokes the […]

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A loud roar – Tyrannosaur review

Tyrannosaur – Starring Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman and Eddie Marsan. Directed by Paddy Considine. Rated MA. Originally published July 15, 2011. By Simon Miraudo. Directorial debuts are rarely as brutal or furious as Paddy Considine’s Tyrannosaur. The reasoning behind that title becomes apparent late in the piece, but even if no explanation was given, it perfectly evokes the ferociousness of its lead character. Peter […]

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The life aquatic – Submarine review

Submarine – Starring Craig Roberts, Noah Taylor and Sally Hawkins. Directed by Richard Ayoade. Rated M. Originally published July 24, 2011. By Simon Miraudo. Give me an affectation-heavy coming-of-age comedy, and make it extra affectatious! Richard Ayoade (best known as Moss from The IT Crowd) makes his feature film directorial debut with Submarine, an adaptation of Joe Dunthorne’s novel of the same name. It stars Craig Roberts as Oliver […]

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The life aquatic – Submarine review

Submarine – Starring Craig Roberts, Noah Taylor and Sally Hawkins. Directed by Richard Ayoade. Rated M. Originally published July 24, 2011. By Simon Miraudo. This review was first run during the Melbourne International Film Festival. Submarine opens nationally on September 8, 2011. Give me an affectation-heavy coming-of-age comedy, and make it extra affectatious! Richard Ayoade (best known as […]

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Melbourne International Film Festival – Submarine review

Submarine – Starring Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige and Sally Hawkins. Directed by Richard Ayoade. Rated M. By Jess Lomas. Submarine plays the Melbourne International Film Festival on Thursday 28 July. The feature directorial debut for actor Richard Ayoade is an impressive though familiar exploration into the coming of age for one awkward teenager. Based on […]

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Revelation Perth International Film Festival – Tyrannosaur review

Tyrannosaur – Starring Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman and Eddie Marsan. Directed by Paddy Considine. By Simon Miraudo. Tyrannosaur plays the Revelation Perth International Film Festival on Saturday July 16 and Monday July 18. Directorial debuts are rarely as brutal or furious as Paddy Considine’s Tyrannosaur. The reasoning behind that title becomes apparent late in the […]

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Trailer Debut: Submarine

The first trailer for the very buzzy British indie flick Submarine has debuted online. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September of 2010 to much acclaim, and has been circling the festival circuit (including a stop at Sundance) ahead of its March release. Submarine is written and directed by Richard Ayoade, […]

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