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James Blunt calls MP Chris Bryant "Classist Gimp" over 'Posh' Remark


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James Blunt, the Harrow-educated creator of some of the world's dreariest pop songs, has accused the shadow culture minister Chris Bryant of being a "classist gimp" after the MP cited him as an example of performers coming from a privileged background.

James BluntJames Blunt has called Christ Bryant MP a "classist gimp"

Blunt, 40, has written a latter arguing that his private education and background has actually hindered his success in the British music industry.

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Picture - Chris Bryant , Thursday 29th November 2012

Chris Bryant Thursday 29th November 2012 Public figures leaving the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre after attending the Leveson Inquiry press conference

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Don't Look Now Review


Excellent
This extremely creepy mystery from the early 1970s makes your skin crawl with its look into the aftermath of the death of a couple's daughter. Set in the winter of Venice, the fog, darkness, and solitude are apt metaphors for the mindsets of Christie and Sutherland, both of whom shine in this underseen pic. Of note is the early-on love scene, reputedly so steamy because the two stars got so carried away they actually did the deed.

Sex scene aside, Don't Look Now recalls recent fare as diverse as The Sixth Sense, The Blair Witch Project, and Frantic -- with Christie communing with two elderly psychics and Sutherland haunted by visions of his dead daughter's red raincoat. Sutherland and Christie are phenomenal, leaving the Roegian metaphysical mumbo jumbo in their wake as they show us how some real acting gets done.

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Stealing Heaven Review


Weak
This based-on-a-true-story fable about love and repression in medieval France is both touching and silly. And as erotic as any costume drama can get, I figure. This sex-fueled romp has a pretty gal falling for a celibate theologian... no good for anybody. Sadly, the movie is ruined not by its melodramatic plot but by the '80s synthesizers that punctuate every single scene of the film. The Middle Ages never sounded so electronic. Ugh.
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