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Jane March Friday 7th October 2011 Celebrities outside their Manchester hotel to attend Grimm Up North Film Festival Manchester, England

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Picture - Lisa McCallister & Jane March London, England, Thursday 26th August 2010

Lisa McCallister & Jane March and Jane March - Lisa McCallister & Jane March London, England - The World Premiere of 'Dead Cert' as part of Frightfest 2010, held at the Empire, Leicester Square Thursday 26th August 2010

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Jane March Thursday 26th August 2010 The World Premiere of 'Dead Cert' as part of Frightfest 2010, held at the Empire, Leicester Square London, England

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Reg Traviss and Jane March Thursday 26th August 2010 The World Premiere of 'Dead Cert' as part of Frightfest 2010, held at the Empire, Leicester Square London, England

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Lisa McCallister and Jane March Thursday 26th August 2010 The World Premiere of 'Dead Cert' as part of Frightfest 2010, held at the Empire, Leicester Square London, England

My Last Five Girlfriends Review


Weak
Packed with extremely clever touches, this film demonstrates that brains simply aren't enough for the rom-com genre. No matter how inventive your structure is, you've still got to get the audience on your side.

Duncan (Patricks) is an awkward guy who, when we meet him, is about to commit suicide due to his disastrous last five relationships. So we travel into his mind to meet his girlfriends: Wendy (Adams), Olive (March), Rhona (Cassel), Natalie (Bukovics) and Gemma (Harris), who might finally be the one. But no, the path to true love isn't remotely simple.

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The Stone Merchant Review


Weak
Harvey Keitel and Jane March in a smoldering European romance? Sounds like a late-night version of The English Patient (even the title, The Stone Merchant, feels like it). And sure enough, there's a love triangle at the core of this bizarre art film, but that is far from the case. Believe it or not, you're about to see a movie about terrorism, specifically Islamic extremism.

Leda (March) is married to Alceo (Jordi MollĂ ), a professor who lost both legs in a terrorist bombing and is making up for it with plenty of bitterness and bile. When Leda is held at gunpoint at an airport (this family can't catch a break!), they jet off for -- where else -- Turkey, Here they encounter a stone merchant (Keitel), who hawks $30,000 rocks out of what looks a little like a roadside fruit stand. He chamrs Leda, and after she returns home to Italy, they continue an affair. Meanwhile, Alceo is soon convinced of his wife's infidelity, as well as something suspicious about the stone merchant.

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Dracula: The Dark Prince Review


Weak
For you poor souls obsessed with the minutiae of vampires and their intrinsic legendry, Dracula: The Dark Prince is for you. But if you're looking for more of that Buffy experience, you've come to the wrong place.

Misleadingly sold with its red-eyed vampire on the cover, this is essentially a history of Vlad the Impaler, a 15th century Romanian prince/warrior who, as legend has it, could not be killed. Rudolf Martin stars as the titular "dark prince," who spends his days battling his neighbor... known as "the Turk." In fact, he spends virtually the entire movie fighting the Turk or overthrowing stooges trying to relieve him of his crown. And there's even a love story.

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