Their Finest: Film Review

I love films about filmmaking and generally these are set in the golden age of Hollywood and the studio system so it’s refreshing to watch films being made in a different era – World War II England – in Their Finest, which is a delightful romantic comedy.

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Their Finest: LFF Film Review

I love films about films and generally these are set in the golden age of Hollywood and the studio system so it’s refreshing to watch films being made in a different era – World War II England – in Their Finest, which is a delightful romantic comedy.

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Ben-Hur (2016): Film Review

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This remake of Ben-Hur was released in the U.S. last month and received disappointing reviews and even worst returns at the box office, but that’s what happens when you touch an epic – the Oscar-winning 1959 film starring Charlton Heston – and try to remake it, when that was already a remake itself. So obviously critics were ready to be scathing, but as someone representing the new generation, who couldn’t be bothered to sit through the predecessor’s staggering 212 minute run time, this was just fine. Nothing amazing, nothing dreadful.

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Douglas Booth & Lily James: Apple Store Q&A

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Last night the cast of absolutely nuts period drama/zombie slasher Pride and Prejudice and Zombies came to the Apple Store in London’s Covent Garden to chat about the movie and here are all my pictures of the stars Douglas Booth, Lily James, Jack Huston and Bella Heathcote.

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