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The Feeling perform live at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London and are joined by Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Kevin Jeremiah, Dan Gillespie Sells, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Richard Jones, Paul Stewart and Ciaran Jeremiah - The Feeling perform live at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London and are joined onstage by pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor, who is married to the band's bassist Richard Jones. The group played a sold-out show in support of their new album Boy Cried Wolf. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 25th October 2013

Dan Gillespie Sells, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Richard Jones
Dan Gillespie Sells, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Richard Jones
Dan Gillespie Sells, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Richard Jones
Dan Gillespie Sells, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Richard Jones
Dan Gillespie Sells, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Richard Jones

Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards

The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells, Richard Jones, Paul Stewart, Kevin Jeremiah and Ciaran Jeremiah - Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd July 2013

The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells, Richard Jones, Paul Stewart, Kevin Jeremiah and Ciaran Jeremiah
The Feeling

Picture - Paul Stewart and Dan Gillespie... London, England, Wednesday 30th April 2008

Paul Stewart and The Feeling - Paul Stewart and Dan Gillespie Sells of The Feeling, London, England - Launch party of the new TV series 'Scarlet' - Arrivals Wednesday 30th April 2008

Paul Stewart and The Feeling
Paul Stewart and The Feeling
Paul Stewart and The Feeling

Picture - Paul Stewart and Dan Gillespie... London, England, Wednesday 30th April 2008

Paul Stewart and Dan Gillespie Sells (right) - Paul Stewart and Dan Gillespie Sells (right), London, England - Launch party of the new TV series 'Scarlet' - Arrivals Wednesday 30th April 2008

Paul Stewart and Dan Gillespie Sells (right)

In Cold Blood Review


OK
Severely overrated and terribly long, In Cold Blood is a celebrated film noir that is now mostly notable because it stars accused murderer Robert Blake as a real murderer. The story concerns two thugs (Blake and Scott Wilson), who rob a Kansas house where great riches are promised, only to find nothing in the safe. So they murder everyone there instead. Soon caught, they're tried and sentenced to death. Richard Brooks creates a wet and moody set piece, but it's slow, schizophrenic, and only occasionally effectual. Based on Truman Capote's celebated novel and actual events.

Twelve O'Clock High Review


Excellent
Gregory Peck is searing in this WWII drama, shot shortly after the end of the war. Peck's General Savage whips a broke-down division into shape, but his story takes too long to get going and retreads itself once too often, to be honest. Still, some stellar performances make this a minor war classic.
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