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Stephen Tompkinson and various other guests attend the opening party of Skate at Somerset House hosted by Fortnum & Mason, London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 16th November 2016

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Hector Trailer


For the past 15 years, Hector McAdam has been somewhat of a drifter having left his small Scottish village Hector found solace moving from shelter to shelter in various parts of the UK. Hector might be in his latter years but each Christmas he finds himself traveling to London to visit a homeless refuge where he has friends.

After years of drifting, in a bid to reunite with his family, Hector takes steps to track down and find his brother and find a way to begin to make amends for his constant absence.

Hector once again takes to the road and begins a journey that will take various turns - both emotionally and physically. Even though the setting of Hector's life is one of sorrow, his personality and resilience makes for a heart-warming look at life.

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Stephen Tompkinson - Specsavers Crime Thriller Awards 2014 at the Grosvenor Hotel London - Arrivals at Grosvenor Hotel - London, United Kingdom - Friday 24th October 2014

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Stephen Tompkinson and guest - The British Animal Honours held at BBC Elstree Studios - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 11th April 2013

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Stephen Tompkinson Friday 7th December 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards Concert launch party held at Cafe de Paris - Arrivals

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Stephen Tompkinson and Grosvenor House Monday 29th October 2012 The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2012 held at Grosvenor House hotel - Arrivals

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Oktober Review


Weak
Mild-mannered man's on the run from evil corporation. Why? Because he carries a secret enzyme that could turn him into a powerful biological weapon.

Believe it or not, the internalized bioterror story has been made before, and like Oktober it didn't make much of an impact (it was called Contaminated Man and went straight to cable as far as I remember). Why doesn't this story work? Because in a movie, when you can't see the danger, it doesn't exist. The deadliness of the killer enzyme just isn't that credible as a threat. (Contrast with Outbreak, which at least had wheezing, sore-covered cadavers popping up all over the place. Enzyme boy doesn't even know he's the carrier monkey.)

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Hotel Splendide Review


Good
A cross between Delicatessen and The Road to Wellville, this bizarro flick puts Toni Collette in the role of a reluctant chef at a "resort" situated on a muddy "lake" and devoted to fetishism and overboiled-food to cure its patients of whatever ills them. The laughs come at the expense of a kooky cast of misfits -- unfortunately we're laughing at them, not with them. The movie's attempts at being serious, via the stern looks on Collette's face in opposition to the clearly unhealthy surroundings, come off as shallow -- and jeez, what's with that haircut??? So-so, but Delicatessen does this twice as well and with more flair.

Brassed Off Review


OK
Way over-sentimental British nostalgia piece, Brassed Off tells the charming yet unabsorbing plight of late 1980s/early 1990s coal miners who find their mine being closed down. The refuge they take is in their music, a brass band that goes from wretched to fabulous after the arrival of Fitzgerald, who's (surprise) on the team responsible for shutting down their mine. The triumph-over-adversity fable has been done to death, decade after decade, and Brassed Off has little to add to the genre.

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