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Opening night of 'The Vortex' - Arrivals

Samantha Mumba - Stars were photographed as they attended the Opening night of the play 'The Vortex' written by Noel Coward, The night was held at The Matrix Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 14th November 2014

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2014 The Pathway To The Cure For Breast Cancer

Samantha Mumba - 2014 The Pathway To The Cure For Breast Cancer event held at Santa Monica Airport - Arrivlas - Santa Monica, California, United States - Wednesday 11th June 2014

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Samantha Mumba Live At The Village

Samantha Mumba - Singer and actress Samantha Mumba preforming live on her Dublin date of her Irish tour at The Village, Wexford Street. Samantha preformed with her band which included her husband Torray Scales on drums. Sam also showed off some of her tattoos on either side of her body, one on the side of her right breast in roman numerials MMXII (2012) the year in which she got married. - Dublin, Ireland - Thursday 20th February 2014

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Samantha Mumba launches Tayto Popcorners

Samantha Mumba - Pop comeback queen Samantha Mumba launches Tayto Popcorners with Mr Tayto on South William Street... - Dublin, Ireland - Friday 7th February 2014

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Singer Samantha Mumba outside BodyByrne Fitness

Samantha Mumba - Singer Samantha Mumba outside BodyByrne Fitness on Clarendon Street. Mumba is getting into shape before embarking on her upcoming Irish tour. - Dublin, Ireland - Monday 3rd February 2014

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The Time Machine (2002) Review


Grim
Guy Pearce remakes his second film of the year with The Time Machine... and it's barely March. Unfortunately, he had considerably better luck with The Count of Monte Cristo than with this limp retread.

Then again, the original Time Machine wasn't really anything special - a bunch of bad makeup effects and a weak plot. This time out the makeup's better but the story's a total loss.

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The Time MacHine Review


Weak

In 1960, director George Pal created a rather quaint film version of H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine" which was such a product of its day that now its doom-saying 20th Century nuclear war and its 800th Century society of idyllic, primitive blonde imbeciles seem far more like silly cinematic nostalgia than legitimate futurism.

Hollywood style de jour strikes again in this year's equally time-stamped yet curiously engaging remake, starring Guy Pearce ("Memento") as Alexander Hartdegen, Wells' late-19th Century intellectual aristocratic who travels through time in a handsome Victorian-era Rube Goldberg contraption of brass, glass and spinning dials.

Directed by Wells' great-grandson Simon Wells, the 2002 "Time Machine" opens with a modern movie motivational gimmick: It seems the murder of his true love drives our hero's desire to fiddle with temporal physics. After an obligatory failed attempt to turn back the clock and save her, Alexander heads into the future, hoping to somehow understand why he can't change the past.

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