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The Boy Trailer


Greta is a young nanny who has moved over from America to a small town in England to take care of a couple's child while they're away. It initially looks like a wonderful opportunity; Greta has a large, chic country home all to herself and gets to spend time with the handsome grocery boy, Malcolm. However, it soon turns bizarre when the elderly couple - Mr. and Mrs. Heelshire - introduce her to their son Brahms who, in fact, is not a boy in the usual sense, but a life sized porcelain doll brought in 20 years previously following the death of their real son in a fire. The Heelshires provide Greta with a list of strict rules to follow in taking care of Brahms, including food and bedtime routines, but Greta can't see the importance of treating Brahms like a real boy and ignores them - much to her peril. It isn't long before she realises she's dealing with no ordinary doll.

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Opening Night Of 'The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time' At The Gielgud Theatre

Rupert Evans - Opening Night of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time' at the Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 8th July 2014

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The Great Gatsby Ballet

Rupert Evans - Opening night of Northern Ballet's The Great Gatsby at Sadlers Wells Theatre - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 14th May 2013

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Jameson Empire Film Awards - Arrivals

Rupert Evans - Jameson Empire Film Awards held at Grosvenor House - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 24th March 2013

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'Cantina' Opening Night At London Wonderground, Jubilee Gardens - Arrivals

Rupert Evans Monday 21st May 2012 'Cantina' opening night at London Wonderground, Jubilee Gardens - Arrivals

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'Cantina' Opening Night At London Wonderground, Jubilee Gardens.

Rupert Evans Monday 21st May 2012 'Cantina' opening night at London Wonderground, Jubilee Gardens.

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Agora Review


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Ambitious in scope, this film feels over-serious and oddly cold. Fans of historical dramas may love it, but you're in trouble when theories about the sun and earth are more involving than the interpersonal dramas.

In 4th century Alexandria, Hypatia (Weisz) is a noted philosopher who teaches at the famed library. But the world around her is changing, as Greek and Egyptian beliefs conflict with Christians and Jews. And with the Roman Empire gaining power, the Christians have the edge. As Hypatia continues to explore her far-advanced theories about the earth and the universe, she finds herself caught between two men who love her: loyal servant Davus (Minghella) and the civic leader Orestes (Isaac). And the fundamentalist Romans aren't happy with her radical thoughts.

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Agora Trailer


Set in Alexandria in 391 A.D. Agora tells the story of the astronomer-philosopher Hypatia. Knowing her city's in dire turmoil and about to fall to new christian rule, the only safe haven was in the cities legendary library which was housed inside it's own walls.

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Hellboy Review


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You can't help but dig Hellboy the character - born a demon, summoned by Nazis, saved by Americans, raised to fight otherworldly evil creatures, and played by Ron Perlman.

What you feel about Hellboy the movie is an altogether different topic.

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Hellboy Review


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The origin of the mutants in "X-Men" is a concept based on evolution that requires only a little suspension of disbelief. But a whole lot of supernatural B-movie overkill goes into the birth of the title character in "Hellboy" -- including occultish Nazis, a resurrected Rasputin, and the opening of an intergalactic wormhole meant to unleash the "seven gods of chaos" (whatever they are) upon the Earth.

The pre-credits sequence of this effects-heavy summer's-come-early superhero action flick -- based on Mike Mignola's cult comic of the same name -- is a real eye-roller, especially since a battalion of G.I. Joes sent expressly to stop this fascist-black-magic conspiracy just sits on its collective hands doing nothing until the whole shebang is already underway.

But once writer-director Guillermo del Toro ("Blade II," "The Devil's Backbone") moves into the modern day -- where the demon-like spawn of that evil experiment has paradoxically grown into a muscle-bound, horn-headed, red-skinned and stone-fisted, paranormal, crime-fighting anti-hero called Hellboy -- the film settles into a distinctively sharp, sardonic rhythm full of character and imagination.

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The Boy Trailer

The Boy Trailer

Greta is a young nanny who has moved over from America to a small town...

Agora Movie Review

Agora Movie Review

Ambitious in scope, this film feels over-serious and oddly cold. Fans of historical dramas may...

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Agora Trailer

Agora Trailer

Set in Alexandria in 391 A.D. Agora tells the story of the astronomer-philosopher Hypatia. Knowing...

Hellboy Movie Review

Hellboy Movie Review

You can't help but dig Hellboy the character - born a demon, summoned by Nazis,...

Hellboy Movie Review

Hellboy Movie Review

The origin of the mutants in "X-Men" is a concept based on evolution that requires...

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