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Antoine Fuqua’s testosterone-fuelled thriller contrives a Die Hard In The White House scenario from an assault on Capitol Hill by heavily armed Korean terrorists who are fed up with America meddling in their affairs.
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COME on, admit it... Who’s counting down the minutes and seconds until 9pm on Monday when the severely frayed ends of ITV’s fantastic murder mystery drama Broadchurch will – hopefully – be drawn together?
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Bringing Kes, the tale of working class strife and failing education to the stage is no easy challenge, especially as Ken Loach’s 1969 film adaptation of Barry Hines’ novel is widely regarded as a British cultural classic.
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Based on the first book in the Caster Chronicles series by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, Beautiful Creatures is a supernatural love story about a teenager with strange powers torn between the forces of darkness and light.
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Steven Spielberg artfully tears a page from history to immortalise the efforts of the 16th president of the United States to abolish slavery during a turbulent period of deep division within the House of Representatives.
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Tom Hooper, Oscar-winning director of The King’s Speech, dreamed a dream of immortalising Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil’s powerhouse musical without the conventional safety net of lip-synching.
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There is a moment early in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey when Gandalf The Grey – played by Burnley-born Sir Ian McKellen – turns to diminutive hero Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and counsels: “All good stories deserve embellishment.”
4:35pm Friday 7th December 2012
HOW the other half lives! There was a certain irony that in the week the Chancellor made his autumn statement, which saw the term ‘austerity’ flying around like confetti at a wedding, BBC2 should begin its compelling new fly-on-the wall documentary Inside Claridge’s.
3:28pm Friday 30th November 2012
BASED on The Guardians Of Childhood book series by William Joyce, Peter Ramsey’s entertaining family-oriented film is a timely reminder that there are many things without rigorous scientific proof that still touch our hearts and change our humdrum lives for the better.
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