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Venice and Toronto pave the way for awards season

Venice and Toronto pave the way for awards season

The starting gun has been fired on the 2016 film awards season, with the announcement of the line-ups of two of the most prestigious festivals. The overlapping events in Venice and Toronto are often used as launch-pads for films that distributors hope will feature among the nominees for awards from ...

X-Men: Days of Futures Past claws its way to the UK top spot

X-Men: Days of Futures Past claws its way to the UK top spot

Straight to the top spot is the seventh installment of the X-Men series, X-Men: Days of Futures Past which brought in £9,144,971 on its opening weekend. The film focuses on two time periods as the X-Men send Wolverine back to 1973 in a desperate effort to change history and save the future of mutan...

Why was Ellen Page afraid to come out as gay?

Why was Ellen Page afraid to come out as gay?

At the age of 15, Ellen Page knew that she had a sexual propensity to women, and she thought that she was bisexual until she turned 20, when she became sure that she was gay and embarked on a romantic relationship with a woman, a fact that she kept secret for 6 years until February when she came out...

The East – Review

The East – Review

Director: Zal Batmanglij - Starring: Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgård, Ellen Page, Toby Kebbell, Shiloh Fernandez, Danielle Macdonald, Aldis Hodge, Patricia Clarkson, Jamey Sheridan, Julia Ormond, Jason Ritter, Hillary Baack...

To Rome With Love – Review

To Rome With Love – Review

Writer/director: Woody Allen - Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, Greta Gerwig, Alec Baldwin, Woody Allen, Judy Davis, Alison Pill, Flavio Parenti, Roberto Benigni, Allesandro Tiberi, Allesandra Mastronardi, Penélope Cruz...

Super

Super – Review

Short-order cook Frank (Rainn Wilson) is the archetypal movie loser, but he’s got just a little bit of fire in him. There are only two proud moments in his life. One, when he pointed in the direct...

Inception – Review

Inception – Review

Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) has a gift all big businesses want – bosses hire him to steal secrets from their rivals by hijacking their dreams to delve into their subconscious. Over the years, the...

Juno

Juno – Review

Quirky teenager Juno (Page) doesn't really fit in with the hip crowd. Her friends are as geeky as she is savvy - but one slip-up sees her fall pregnant to her charmingly innocent boyfriend Paulie...

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