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Madame Bovary Trailer


Emma Bovary is a young Christian woman from Normandy, France with proper values, whose marriage to the town's doctor she hopes will bring money, high status and unending excitement compared to her miserly life on her father's farm. A handsome and intelligent fellow, it seems Emma couldn't wish for a better husband, though as time progresses his frequent coldness towards her and lack of ambition starts to weigh heavy on her heart. On one of her rare social occasions, she and Charles attend a dinner party hosted by Monsieur Homais, and it's there she meets a handsome young man named Leon Dupuis. Dupuis presents gifts and the romantic exhilaration she so craves, but she is trapped by the conventions of respectable marriage. Meanwhile, her taste for the finer things in life have thrust her into huge debt and now she has serious worries about her future.

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These Celebrity Doppelgängers Prove The Existence Of A Celebrity Factory


Javier Bardem Jeffrey Dean Morgan Penelope Cruz Paz Vega Amber Heard Scarlett Johansson Leighton Meester Minka Kelly Tom Hardy Logan Marshall-Green Katy Perry

We’re starting to suspect that there’s only a handful of famous people, but that they each just have a few different aliases. We’ve never been able to put our finger on it until recently, but some of these celebs look far too similar to be different people. We’re considering a theory that there is a celebrity factory and they only have a few different molds to work with.

Paz Vega doppelganger Paz Vega or Penelope Cruz?  We just can't work it out!

Take Penelope Cruz and Paz Vega for example. It’s hard to believe that these two aren’t at least a little bit related. We only realised recently that it’s Paz starring alongside Adam Sandler in Spanglish and not Penelope. 

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As I Lay Dying Review


Good

James Franco makes his directing debut with this ambitious adaptation of William Faulkner's notoriously downbeat novel. No surprise: it's extremely grim! It's also a bit too cleverly shot and edited to tell the tale from each character's perspective, which means there's no central point to draw us in emotionally.

The story takes place in rural Mississippi in the early 20th century, where the Bundren family have surrounded Addie (Grant) on her deathbed. Her children are all nearby: daughter Dewey Dell (O'Reilly) stays by her side, Cash (Parrack) saws timber for her coffin, Jewel (Marshall-Green) rides his precious horse to clear his mind, and Darl (Franco) tries to keep everyone happy, including youngest brother Vard (Permenter). But their dad Anse (Nelson) has promised to bury Addie in Jefferson, a three-day journey away. And as they painstakingly make their way across the countryside, each of them has a personal issue to deal with along the way.

All of the characters get a chance to narrate part of the film, which lets us see their inner thoughts and dreams and understand the secrets they are hiding from each other. Along with Franco's use of split screens to show scenes from multiple angles, this essentially makes us all-seeing witnesses to the story, unable to dive in and engage with the raw emotions that are churning around everyone. The film is beautifully shot and acted with real soulfulness, but it also feels eerily dispassionate about these fragile people.

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Cold Comes The Night Review


Good

While this low-key thriller is strikingly well shot and acted, it never seems like it digs very far beneath the surface. So while we're intrigued by its twisty plot, we can't quite figure out what the point is or why we should care. Still, director Chun shows real skill at capturing a rural community while keeping the mood dark and nasty.

At a sleazy roadside motel, manager Chloe (Eve) is saving up the cash kickbacks she gets from the prostitutes who use the rooms. She's determined to move somewhere nicer with her young daughter Sophia (Parker), and now this is becoming urgent since social services is threatening to take Sophia into care if they don't move soon. Then things get complicated when the nearly blind thug Topo (Cranston) arrives. Separated from his assistant, he forces Chloe to help him recover the package he's meant to deliver. But that's been stolen by the hotheaded young cop Billy (Marshall-Green), who has a twisted past with Chloe. Which is why Billy's wife (Cummings) is furious that she's now coming round the house.

All of this takes place in a small town not far from the US-Canada border, where the autumn chill is beginning to bite. The film captures a terrific sense of isolation in this place, where everyone knows everyone else's business but pretends not to care. Eve gives Chloe a surprising tenacity as she bravely deals with Topo's demands, hoping maybe she'll get something out of it. Well, she has nothing to lose, and everyone seems to underestimate her desperation.

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Cold Comes The Night Trailer


Chloe is a financially unstable owner of a motel whose life is made all the more difficult by child protection services threatening to take her daughter Sophia away from her if she cannot relocate her to a safer residence. One day, when she hears a disturbance from one guest room, her world gets even more complicated when she discovers a dead body and bag full of cash. However, when the money goes missing, she and Sophia are held hostage by a partially sighted but dangerous Russian gangster who threatens to shoot Sophia if Chloe cannot help him retrieve the loot, which he believes has been stolen by a corrupted police officer. Now Chloe, who's been working in vain to care for her daughter to the best of her ability, faces the ultimate test of motherhood.

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As I Lay Dying Trailer


Addie Bundren is on her deathbed in the Mississippi town in which she lives with her family. However, she has very specific last wishes; she wants to be buried in the town of Jefferson, which is not the most straightforward of arrangements for her children Cash, Darl, Jewel, Dewey Dell and Vardaman, and husband Anse. Nonetheless, they dutifully make preparations to carry her coffin across county in a wagon but encounter many obstacles in the way from flooding to disturbing family secrets that threaten to tear their once tight-knit family apart. With each of the Bundrens suffering their own problems in their lives, the prospect of laying their beloved mother to rest becomes a burden for many of them and the entire mission turns into less of a dying woman's final request, and more of a test of loyalty.

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Logan Marshall-Green, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace Friday 1st June 2012 Logan Marshall-Green, Michael Fassbender, Ridley Scottt, Noomi Rapace and Guy Pearce visit 34 restaurant for a late dinner

Logan Marshall-green, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace
Logan Marshall-green, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace
Logan Marshall-green, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace
Logan Marshall-green, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace
Logan Marshall-green, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace
Logan Marshall-green, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace

Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Damon Lindelof, Guy Pearce, Logan Marshall-Green, Michael Fassbender and Ridley Scott - Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Logan Marshall-Green, Guy Pearce, writer Damon Lindelof, Director Sir Ridley Scott Thursday 31st May 2012 'Prometheus' UK film premiere held at the Empire Leicester Square - Arrivals.

Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Damon Lindelof, Guy Pearce, Logan Marshall-green, Michael Fassbender and Ridley Scott
Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Logan Marshall-green and Michael Fassbender
Noomi Rapace and Charlize Theron
Noomi Rapace and Charlize Theron
Noomi Rapace and Charlize Theron
Noomi Rapace and Charlize Theron

Prometheus Review


Excellent
There are clear echoes of Scott's last outer space thriller (1979's Alien) in this big, bold film, but this is something very different. It's certainly not a clear prequel. And even if the plot is full of holes, it's utterly mesmerising.

When archaeologists Shaw and Holloway (Rapace and Marshall-Green) figure out that ancient civilisations share a map to a specific star system, the Weyland CEO (Pearce) funds a two-year mission to get answers about the origin of humanity. Led by Weyland crony Vickers (Theron) and Captain Janek (Elba), Shaw and Holloway are accompanied by a helpful android (Fassbender) and a team of not-so-enthusiastic scientists. But what they find on this distant moon isn't what they expected, and the remnants of this civilisation aren't as dead as they seem.

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Prometheus Trailer


Sir Ridley Scott's first sci-fi film since 1982 film Blade Runner, 'Prometheus' is set to be released on June 8th 2012.

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Prometheus Trailer


In the future, Elizabeth Shaw leads a team of explorers into the furthest reaches of the universe, in order to discover the origins of human life. Things turn disastrous when they end up stranded on a distant planet. What the explorers discover could not only answer the question of how humans came to be but could also bring about our destruction.

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Logan Marshall-Green Thursday 24th February 2011 Opening night after party for the Off-Broadway production of The 'Hallway Trilogy: Nursing' held at Dublin 6 restaurant New York City, USA

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Logan Marshall-Green Thursday 6th January 2011 Afterparty for Playwrights Horizons' World Premiere production of 'A Small Fire' held at Heartland Brewery New York City, USA

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Logan Marshall-Green Tuesday 2nd March 2010 New York premiere of 'Brooklyn's Finest' at AMC Lincoln Square Theater New York City, USA

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Across The Universe Trailer


Across The Universe
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Starring: Evan Rachel Wood, Jim Sturgess, Joe Anderson

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Madame Bovary Trailer

Madame Bovary Trailer

Emma Bovary is a young Christian woman from Normandy, France with proper values, whose marriage...

As I Lay Dying Movie Review

As I Lay Dying Movie Review

James Franco makes his directing debut with this ambitious adaptation of William Faulkner's notoriously downbeat...

Cold Comes the Night Movie Review

Cold Comes the Night Movie Review

While this low-key thriller is strikingly well shot and acted, it never seems like it...

Cold Comes The Night Trailer

Cold Comes The Night Trailer

Chloe is a financially unstable owner of a motel whose life is made all the...

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As I Lay Dying Trailer

As I Lay Dying Trailer

Addie Bundren is on her deathbed in the Mississippi town in which she lives with...

Prometheus Movie Review

Prometheus Movie Review

There are clear echoes of Scott's last outer space thriller (1979's Alien) in this big,...

Prometheus Trailer

Prometheus Trailer

Sir Ridley Scott's first sci-fi film since 1982 film Blade Runner, 'Prometheus' is set to...

Prometheus Trailer

Prometheus Trailer

In the future, Elizabeth Shaw leads a team of explorers into the furthest reaches of...

Across The Universe Trailer

Across The Universe Trailer

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