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Jonathan Cullen, Hugh Bonneville , Adam James - Hugh Bonneville stars as Dr. Stockmann in Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People" at The Chichester Festival Theatre - Chichester, United Kingdom - Friday 29th April 2016

Jonathan Cullen, Hugh Bonneville and Adam James
William Gaminara and Hugh Bonneville
Hugh Bonneville and William Gaminara
William Gaminara and Hugh Bonneville
William Gaminara and Hugh Bonneville
Hugh Bonneville

Adam James - Opening night party for King Charles III held at the Bryant Park Grill - Arrivals. at Bryant Park Grill,, Bryant Park - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 2nd November 2015

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Richard Goulding and Adam James

Nyasha Hatendi, Tom Robertson, Margot Leicester, Oliver Chris, Miles Richardson, Adam James, Tim Pigott-Smith, Anthony Calf, Lydia Wilson, Sally Scott , Richard Goulding - Opening night of King Charles III at the Music Box Theatre - Curtain Call. at Music Box Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 2nd November 2015

Nyasha Hatendi, Tom Robertson, Margot Leicester, Oliver Chris, Miles Richardson, Adam James, Tim Pigott-smith, Anthony Calf, Lydia Wilson, Sally Scott and Richard Goulding
Nyasha Hatendi, Tom Robertson, Margot Leicester, Oliver Chris, Miles Richardson, Adam James, Tim Pigott-smith, Anthony Calf, Lydia Wilson, Sally Scott and Richard Goulding
Nyasha Hatendi, Tom Robertson, Margot Leicester, Oliver Chris, Miles Richardson, Adam James, Tim Pigott-smith, Anthony Calf, Lydia Wilson, Sally Scott and Richard Goulding
Nyasha Hatendi, Tom Robertson, Margot Leicester, Oliver Chris, Miles Richardson, Adam James, Tim Pigott-smith, Anthony Calf, Lydia Wilson, Sally Scott and Richard Goulding
Nyasha Hatendi, Tom Robertson, Margot Leicester, Oliver Chris, Miles Richardson, Adam James and Tim Pigott-smith
Mike Bartlett, Lydia Wilson and Adam James

Adam James - Meet and greet with the cast of 'King Charles III' held at 58 Gansevoort at 58 Gansevoort, - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 5th October 2015

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Lydia Wilson and Adam James
Lydia Wilson and Adam James
Adam James and Richard Goulding
Adam James and Richard Goulding
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A Little Chaos Review


Excellent

Audiences looking for a French historical costume drama should look elsewhere, but those who enjoy British period comedies will love it. With a pointed dash of history and politics, this is a silly movie about social status, and it's so well written and played that only cynics won't have a lot of fun with it. Thankfully, the talent both in front of and behind the camera keep the focus on the lively characters, which makes it engaging on a deeper level than expected.

The fictional story is set around real events in 1682 France, as King Louis XIV (Alan Rickman) was planning to move his court from Paris to Versailles, a vast palace still under construction. The final project there is the expansive garden, which landscaper Andre (Matthias Schoenaerts) has to complete on deadline and under budget. And everyone is shocked when he hires the little-known Sabine (Kate Winslet) to build an outdoor ballroom and fountain. But he has been smitten with her skill and passion for gardening, and there's also a gently gurgling romantic spark between them as well. The problem is that his high-society wife (Helen McCrory) notices this and sets out to sabotage Sabine's work.

There's not much here that's historically accurate, from the frankly outrageous costumes to the English filming locations and dialogue that buzzes with specifically British humour. But it's so breezy and snappy that all we can do is sit back and enjoy it for what it is. Those who do so may even find some underlying resonance in the discussions of order and chaos in landscape design, as well as the way honesty is like a blast of fresh air in a world constrained by status. Indeed, the film's most memorable scene is a gorgeously written and played chance encounter between Sabine and the King in which they initially don't know who the other is.

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In the palace of Versailles, a tremendous garden is maintained. One day, the builder and head gardener sees an ordinary woman arriving at the palace, and, throwing aside ideas of conformity, chooses to rearrange some of the garden into something that pleases her. He takes her on with the hopes of updating and adding some life to the traditional gardens, and steadily begins to fall for her. As she finds difficulty integrating into the high society that he is from, he ensures her that, in fact, she is envied by the upper classes for her newness. But when that envy turns into something more, the gardener will have to fight tooth and nail to maintain the garden, their love, and their lives.

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Adam James - Opening night after party for the Brits Off Broadway production of "Bull" at 59E59 Theaters - New York, NY, United States - Thursday 2nd May 2013

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Emma Stone, Adam James and Andrew Garfield
Sam Troughton, Eleanor Matsuura, Adam James and Neil Stuke
Emma Stone, Adam James and Andrew Garfield
Emma Stone, Adam James and Andrew Garfield
Emma Stone, Adam James and Andrew Garfield

The Mother Of Tears Review


Weak
The apocalypse is held over in Rome and, per usual, perennial schlockmeister Dario Argento is behind the entire thing. People are getting strangled by their own guts, women are taking butcher cleavers to their children, large bald men are dispatching lesbians by poking out their eyes and shoving large spears up their hoo-has. Just another day for Mr. Argento and his lascivious daughter Asia as they bring the trilogy that started with the master's classic Suspiria to a laughably berserk end. But really, how else could it have ended?

As previously mentioned, Rome has gone insane and it's all because of a dagger and three little statues dug up by a priest in some back-country cemetery. These troublesome artifacts find their way to a young art historian named Sarah (Ms. Argento) and her friend Giselle. As Sarah goes to fetch the cleaning supplies, Giselle gets her mouth split open and gets strangled by her large intestine before being consumed by three demons and their screaming pet monkey. As regular citizens begin to take to random acts of violence, Sarah is suspected of involvement by a detective (Cristian Solimeno) while she hides away with Michael (Adam James), the head curator of the museum.

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