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BAFTA Scotland Awards 2015

David Elliot - Stars and guests arrive for the 2015 BAFTA Scotland Awards in Glasgow. at Radisson Blu - Glasgow, United Kingdom - Sunday 15th November 2015

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David Elliot
David Elliot

Kajaki Trailer


In 2006, 3 soldiers from the British Army's 3rd Battalion set out across the Kajaki Dam in Afghanistan during a patrol, but they are blindsided when one of their team accidentally steps on an unmarked landmine and loses his leg. His comrades rush to his aid, comforting him all the while, before realising their desperate position. The Taliban are no longer their only danger; they have found themselves in a minefield from the Russian invasion in the 80s making it impossible to move from their positions without imminent danger. All they can hope for is helicopter rescue, but with the sun bearing down upon them and enemies surrounding the area, they only have each other to rely on to make it through the long hours ahead.

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World Premiere Of 'KAJAKI. The True Story'

Mark Stanley and David Elliot - World premiere of 'KAJAKI. The True Story' - Arrivals at Vue West End - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 12th November 2014

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Performing At Paradiso

Dionne Warwick and David Elliot - Dionne Warwick and her son David Elliot Sunday 5th September 2010 at Paradiso Amsterdam, Holland

Dionne Warwick and David Elliot
Dionne Warwick
Dionne Warwick and David Elliot
Dionne Warwick
Dionne Warwick
Dionne Warwick

G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra Review


Excellent
Frankly, this is what summer movies should be like. The filmmakers have harvested the coolest elements from blockbusters over the past five or six years and thrown them all into one wildly entertaining, thoroughly over-the-top action thriller.

US soldiers Duke and Ripcord (Tatum and Wayans) are guarding a terrifying new nano-weapon when they're attacked and then defended by two outrageously high-tech assault forces. They of course eventually join the good side, the G.I. Joes, an elite team led by General Hawk (Quaid). These top commandos (including Nichols, Taghmaoui, Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Park) are hunting Duke's ex Ana (Miller), who has gone over to the dark side to help supervillain arms dealer McCullen (Eccleston) and his Vader-esque evil-doctor sidekick with their nefarious plan for world domination.

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Catacombs Review


Terrible
Here's what happens in Catacombs. Shannyn Sossamon plays Victoria, who arrives in Paris to hook up with her bratty sister Carolyn (marking inauspiciously Pink's speaking-role acting debut). After setting her down with some friends who tell her all about a kid who lives in the Paris catacombs, raised on raw meat and wearing a goat head for mask, Carolyn drags Victoria to a rave held in one of those catacombs, just like in The Matrix Reloaded only with nude, underground lake swimming.

Naturally, Victoria gets separated and spends the next hour-plus running around in the catacombs in her boots (has Sossamon ever appeared in a movie in heels? just wondering), being chased by, you guessed it, a dude in a goat-head mask. He doesn't stop, no matter how injured Victoria gets or how many people she encounters get killed... until the end, when one of cinema's most absurd twist endings of all time gets sprung on you.

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The Watcher Review


Terrible
Keanu Reeves, get thee back to The Matrix as soon as possible.

Following one of the most pitiful title sequences I've ever seen, The Watcher actually proceeds to become one of the most pitiful thrillers I've ever seen. And that takes some doing... but let me tell you how.

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Four Brothers Review


Good
Whoever heard of a "blaxploitation" movie with a white hero? Now you have: Four Brothers. John Singleton pays homage once again to what is apparently one of his favorite cinematic genres, but this time not quite as overt as with his remake of Shaft. And while Brothers can occasionally come off as cheesy as those '70s flicks that inspired it, it's also as much fun to watch with its zany cast of characters, wild action sequences, and booty-shakin' funk and soul soundtrack.

The story is a balls-out revenge tale, opening with the violent death of kindhearted old mother Evelyn Mercer (Fionnula Flanagan) during a convenience store hold-up. Evelyn's funeral brings home her four adopted sons: mercurial bruiser Bobby (Mark Wahlberg), military man Angel (Tyrese), entrepreneurial Jeremiah (Andre Benjamin aka Outkast's Andre 3000), and semi-famous rocker Jack (Garrett Hedlund). Being back home together brings back memories of the "only woman who ever loved us," but also brings back their thuggish ways, especially when they find out mom's tragic accident may have been murder. That's when the fast-based, Charles Bronson-esque vigilante part of this tale kicks into high gear.

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