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The Importance of Hydration

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Finding Your Acting Class - An Actor's Guide

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Money and Fame and Very, Very Independent Film

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People Do Go to Jail for Animal Cruelty…YAY!

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Don’t Forget to Love Your Body: Now

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The Best Indie Films

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The Girl on the Train; Denial; Godzilla Resurgence 

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Friday, 25 September 2015 19:13

Movie Review: Black Mass; Sicario


Black Mass, from director Scott Cooper, is a hard-hitting crime drama and a welcome return to form for Johnny Depp, as he emerges from a self-induced acting coma (nothing else can explain Mordecai) to create a memorable portrait of career criminal and South Boston hero figure James “Whitey” Bulger.

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While some have been waiting for the screen version of Wicked, I guess we’ll have to make do with the anticipated adaptation of Into the Woods. With a beautiful score by Stephen Sondheim and well-crafted screenplay by James Lapine (adapting his own “book”), Into the Woods approaches a beloved story (or two) in a different manner.

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Thursday, 18 March 2010 09:09

The Wolfman

Joe Johnston’s The Wolfman also took its time getting to the theaters (2008, 2009?) but the results are fairly enjoyable. You know the story: Larry Talbot (Benicio Del Toro) goes back to England (in this case after his brother’s brutal death), gets bitten by a werewolf, turns into one himself (that darned full moon) and all hell breaks loose. He also falls in love with his brother’s fiancée (Emily Blunt) while trying to avoid the long arm of the law (Hugo Weaving) and the savage arms of the villagers—torches anyone?

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