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National Film Awards

Danny John-Jules - National Film Awards at Porchester Hall - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 31st March 2015

Motorcycle live 2014

Steve Parrish, Charlie Boorman and Danny John Jules - Motorcycle live 2014 at the NEC Birmingham - Birmingham, United Kingdom - Thursday 27th November 2014

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Urban Music Awards 2013

Danny John-Jules - Urban Music Awards 2013 held at Porchester Hall - Arrivals. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 22nd November 2013

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MCM London Comic Con at ExCeL London

Danny John-Jules - MCM London Comic Con at ExCeL London - Day Two - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 26th October 2013

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Motor Sport magazine 2013 Hall of Fame

Danny John-Jules, Niki Lauda and Petula Langlais - Motor Sport magazine 2013 Hall of Fame held at The Royal Opera House - Inside - London, United Kingdom - Monday 25th February 2013

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Freestyle Review


Terrible
This British hip-hop drama has an intriguing premise, but it never seems to be more than a knock-off of the Step Up movies. And it's weakened by some corny dialog, a cliched story and not-that-impressive action.

Ondene (Stanhope-Bosumpim) is a light-skinned black girl attending a posh private school and preparing for her Oxford University entrance exams. But she'd really rather shoot hoops on the basketball court next door with the street thugs. When she hears about an upcoming freestyle basketball competition, she teams up with local boy Leon (Kene) to train, which really angers her high-achieving mum (McLean). As romance with Leon blossoms, trouble looms on every side for Ondene and the future her mother has mapped out for her.

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Blade II Review


Grim

Visually and atmospherically, the video game-like vampire-action sequel "Blade II" is slick, dark and cool, yet it doesn't take itself too seriously. The flick's fancy-schmancy martial arts fight scenes even incorporate low-brow wrestling moves like the pile-driver.

But strip away its elusive sense of humor and its expensively hip Hong Kong-spawn sheen, and what's left is a sloppy plot, lifeless characters (no pun intended), and elementary execution masquerading as something more.

Based on one of those now-ubiquitous comic books set in a dusky, dingy alternative reality, the movie is about a vampire hunter who is half vampire himself -- he has all the usual bloodsucker powers but he can go out in the sun. Wesley Snipes, sporting a flamboyant flattop coif, wrap-around shades and a black leather duster, reprises his title role from the 1998 original, which was pretty much nothing but blood-splattered nightwalker-daywalker showdowns set to a rave music beat. Knowledge of that movie isn't a prerequisite for this one, which is a marked improvement while still being saddled with all the same problems.

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