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Criminal Review

Excellent

Almost criminally entertaining, this preposterous thriller mixes buckets of humour and emotion into the violent, twisty action. And Kevin Costner gets his best role in years, a remarkably complex character who's unpredictable and thoroughly engaging. So even as the story grows increasingly ridiculous, the film remains both gripping and a lot of fun.

It's set in London, where hot CIA operative Bill (Ryan Reynolds) is on the trail of an evil anarchist (Jordi Molla) when he's captured, tortured and killed. To stop an imminent attack, the CIA chief Wells (Gary Oldman) needs to know what Bill was working on. So he calls in scientist Franks (Tommy Lee Jones), who has been experimenting with transferring memories from brain to brain in animals. For his first human trial, he copies Bill's dying memories into the only suitable brain available on such short notice: psycho killer Jericho (Kevin Costner), who's serving a death sentence in prison. And now Jericho is desperate to sort out the chaos in his head.

Director Ariel Vromen (The Iceman) keeps everything moving so briskly that there isn't time to stop and think about how silly the premise is. All of these characters act on their basest impulses, never thinking through anything before they charge into the next situation. Viewers who try to make sense of the plot, or of London's geography, will find their brains aching like Jericho's. So it's better to just hang on and enjoy the ride. The film's edgy, urgent tone adds the illusion of depth amid the mindlessly brutal violence, while the formidable cast adds weight to a variety of rather thinly drawn characters, from Oldman's bluster to Jones' wry wit. Only Costner gets some real depth to play with, and Jericho is constantly surprising, mixing a killer instinct with brainy invention and some properly dark emotions. His scenes with Gal Gadot (as Bill's wife) are unnervingly tense and moving.

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Misconduct Trailer


Ben Cahill is an ambitious lawyer with an overwhelming urge to see justice for those who often can't fight for themselves and he has a new target in his sight. Pearson pharmaceuticals are a huge global corporation and the chief at the top of the company is the founder Arthur Denning. When Ben learns about some possible manipulation in drug trails, he goes to his bosses and tells them that he can convict Denning of fraud. 

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Alice Eve Apologises For Bruce Jenner Comments


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In the wake of the social media backlash she created after comments about Bruce Jenner “playing at being a woman”, Alice Eve has apologised and sought to clarify her position.

In a statement released to People magazine on Tuesday, the 28 year old British actress wrote: “I deeply apologize for offending anyone. I support equal rights and equal dignity for all. I have deep compassion and support for Bruce Jenner.”

“My intention was not to offend,” the statement continued. “My intention was simply to express that, with the overdue and welcome acceptance of us all living on a gender spectrum, we must encourage equality for all.”

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Alice Eve Suffers Social Media Backlash After Saying Bruce Jenner Is 'Playing At Being A Woman'


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Actress Alice Eve has come under fire on social media, after saying that Bruce Jenner is ‘playing at being a woman’. Eve’s comments came days after the former Olympian appeared in a two-hour ’20/20’ special with Diane Sawyer, where he announced he is transitioning to a woman.

Alice EveEve is best known for her role in Star Trek Into Darkness.

‘Nope. If you were a woman no one would have heard of you because women can’t compete in the decathlon. You wouldn’t be a hero. You would be a frustrated young athlete who wasn't given a chance,” the actress wrote in a since deleted Instagram post, according to the Daily Mail.

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Entourage - Teaser Trailer


After making a name for themselves in Hollywood, Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends from Queens have finally made a movie. The only problem is, that after securing the chance to direct the film for 100 million USD, the film has gone over-budget by 15 million. The money is being put up by a wealthy Texas billionaire, yet the catch is that he really wants a return on his investment. Chase and the gang have to ensure that the movie is a hit - otherwise, they'll have one angry producer and one murderous billionaire on their backs. That probably won't go away, even if they just move back to Queens.

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Star Trek Into Darkness Review


Excellent

After his successful re-imagining of the Star Trek universe four years ago, Abrams dives even deeper into the mythology, which is thrilling for fans but might leave newcomers feeling a bit lost. This sequel surges forward with action, drama, romance and a lot of comedy while constantly nodding back to the earlier TV series and films. And the smart screenplay finds ways to deepen all of the characters along the way, as well as offering an unusually complex villain.

The action picks up soon after the first film ends, as Kirk (Pine) is once again in trouble for disobeying the Prime Directive not to interfere with a planet's culture. But his punishment is short-lived, as Starfleet becomes the victim of brutal attacks in London and San Francisco, sending Kirk, his first officer Spock (Quinto) and the gang (Saldana, Urban, Yelchin and Cho, with Pegg following later) into enemy space to chase the villainous John Harrison (Cumberbatch). But of course, there's a much bigger story going on, and Harrison has a reason for his violent behaviour, leading to a series of terrifying showdowns as they all return to earth.

While the script is packed with shadowy characters, there's not much actual "darkness" in this movie. It's a pretty bouncy, energetic ride, continually making us laugh at tetchy interaction and throwaway one-liners, all of which are cleverly character-based rather than merely silly gags. This gives each actor a chance to shine, with Pegg and Urban offering much of the humour with their amusing crankiness, while Saldana provides the stereotypical female emotional beats. As usual, the strongest scenes are between Kirk and Spock, and their shifting bromance is well-played by Pine and especially Quinto. But dominating the whole film is a meaty turn from Cumberbatch as a particularly fearsome nemesis who also happens to be both brainy and openly emotive.

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Review Roundup: New 'Star Trek' Is Far From Lost Into Darkness


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After a long, long wait (too long, if you ask any fan) Star Trek Into Darkness is finally here. And, as it usually goes with these film things, lots of people already have lots to say. As expected, the sequel to the highly praised Jj Abrams flick from 2009 was excellently received by most. There were, however, some minor criticisms, the main one being that it just isn’t as good as the first one.

The Age’s Giles Hardy hails the film as a “brilliant, bromantic blockbuster” referring to the deepening friendship between Kirk and Spock in this installment. However, the presence of Alice Eve as a “never quite properly explained visual aid” is also notable. Andrew Pulver from The Guardian, on the other hand, has some not so nice things to say about the visuals in Star Trek, namely that “Into Darkness is slathered in so much lens flare it looks like a Kylie Minogue video” He does also praise the snappy dialogue and fast paced action scenes though, and that is part of what sci-fi thrives on, after all.

Other publications check in with grander reviews – “a breathtaking rollercoaster” says The Metro, while most praise Benedict Cumberbatch for his turn as the villainous Khan. But then again, we’re fairly convinced that there isn’t a human with an internet connection, who doesn’t love a bit of Cumberbatch.

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Video - The Cast And Crew Of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Talk Challenges, Auditions And Thefts At The UK Press Conference


The cast and crew of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' discuss their biggest challenges on the movie, their successful auditions and working with each other at the official UK press conference for the movie. Among them are producer Bryan Burk, writers Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof, director Jj Abrams and actors Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Alice Eve, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch and Chris Pine.

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Video - Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker And Jessica Biel Are Stunning At The Tiffany Blue Book Ball


'Iron Man 2' star Gwyneth Paltrow, 'Sex and the City' actress Sarah Jessica Parker and Jessica Biel from 'The Illusionist' were among the stunning arrivals at the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Ball at New York's Rockefeller Center.

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Star Trek Into The Darkness Preview: The Stars Speak On What To Expect [Video]


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The stars and crew of Star Trek: Into The Darkness have been talking up the forthcoming film in a series of videos that you can watch on Contactmusic right here. Director Jj Abrams, and actors Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, John Cho and Alice Eve have all been talking about the film, which is being hugely anticipated ahead of its eventual release on May 17th.

"I am more excited that I can tell you": JJ Abrams Talks Star Into The Darkness

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Video - Alice Eve Describes ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Director JJ Abrams As ‘A Mind To Be Reckoned With’ At CinemaCon


'The Raven' star Alice Eve who plays Dr. Carol Marcus in 'Star Trek Into Darkness' discusses what it's like being a part of the popular sci-fi franchise as the new movie is set to his cinemas in a matter of weeks.

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Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer


The Enterprise crew find themselves in more danger than they ever cared to imagine when London is ravaged by a brutal enemy with only vengeance on his mind. Captain Kirk must take his crew on a deadly mission to restore hope for their planet with every possibility that they could be wiped out in moments by the formidable John Harrison, but it's not just their lives at stake. Friendships and relationships are put to the test and the harder they try and stick together, the further they push themselves apart.

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Star Trek Into Darkness - Teaser Trailer


Captain Kirk and his formidable Enterprise crew are back and this time danger is closer than they think. On returning to their home planet, they discover that a ruthless force integrated among them has caused massive destruction among the Starfleet and left their planet in total disaster. Kirk and the crew must band together for a life threatening mission that could destroy them all as they set out in a war against this terrible threat. But this time, lives are not the only thing at stake; friendships will be tested, hearts will be broken and Kirk must make sacrifices against his Enterprise family in order to finally settle the score with an old foe.

'Star Trek Into Darkness' becomes the twelfth 'Star Trek' movie since the sci-fi series released the first one, entitled 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture', in 1979. It serves as the sequel to the simply named 2009 film 'Star Trek' and has been directed by the same person J.J. Abrams ('Super 8') with writing credits from Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman ('The Legend of Zorro', 'Transformers', 'Cowboys & Aliens') and Damon Lindelof ('Prometheus'). It will finally hit screens after much anticipation on May 17th 2013 in the UK.

Starring: Chris Pine, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Alice Eve, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, Peter Weller, John Cho, Nazneen Contractor, Bruce Greenwood, Heather Langenkamp, Nolan North,

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Men In Black 3 Review


Good
A decade after Men in Black II, the cast and crew attempt to rekindle that blend of dry humour and outrageous silliness. But instead of ramping up the hilarity, as in part 2, this movie is weighed down with a messy plot and jokes that are amusing if not actually funny.

One day Agent J (Smith) wakes up to find that his partner Agent K (Jones) has been dead for more than 40 years. It turns out that evil alien Boris (Clement) has travelled back to 1969 to stop K from capturing him so he can conquer Earth. So J has little choice but to follow him. First, he must convince new boss O (Thompson) to let him go, and then he has to explain everything to the younger K (Brolin) and work with another alien (Stuhlbarg) who can see multiple futures.

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Men In Black 3 Trailer


Agents K and J work for the Men In Black, an organisation specialising in hunting down aliens. Agent J used to be known as James Darrell Edwards III and was recruited by Agent K, after the latter observed the former hunting down an alien in disguise while working for the NYPD.

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Men In Black III Trailer


Agents K and J work for the Men In Black, an organisation specialising in hunting down aliens. Agent J used to be known as James Darrell Edwards III and was recruited by Agent K, after the latter observed the former hunting down an alien in disguise while working for the NYPD.

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The Raven Trailer


One dark night in 19th century Baltimore, a woman and her young daughter are found brutally murdered. The girl was stuffed into the chimney, while her mother's throat had been slashed. Upon inspecting the crime scene, the police are astonished to discover that the murder is exactly like a murder in a story by an unpopular citizen and struggling author, Edgar Allen Poe.

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Alice Eve Tuesday 11th October 2011 Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Awards Dinner - Red Carpet Los Angeles, California

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Alice Eve and Sex And The City - Monday 24th May 2010 at Radio City Music Hall New York City, USA

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She's Out Of My League Trailer


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Alice Eve Friday 13th November 2009 Prada book launch cocktail party held at the Prada store Beverly Hills Los Angeles, California

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Crossing Over Review


Good
Crash meets Babel in this multi-strand Los Angeles immigration drama. The film is well-made and benefits from a very strong cast, but it's both overly worthy and rather pushy about its perspective.

Immigration cop Max (Ford) clearly has compassion for the illegals he rounds up with partner Hamid (Curtis), a naturalised citizen from Iran. But visa official Cole (Liotta) is exploiting the desperation of a wannabe Aussie actress (Eve), while her British friend (Sturgess) finds a loophole in the law. Meanwhile, Cole's wife (Judd) is an immigration lawyer trying to help a 15-year-old Bangladeshi girl (Bishil) picked up by the FBI on suspicion of terrorism due to a school project. And Yong (Chon) is a Korean teen caught up with an Asian gang.

There are several other storylines, and each touches on a specific aspect of immigration, with a range of ethnicities, visa situations and personal issues, all of which come up against the rigid rule of law. Even harsher are FBI tactics that throw out rights such as privacy, free speech and the presumption of innocence, not to mention simple human decency. But then, their paranoia is echoed by people on the streets and in the classrooms.

In other words, the film is packed with thought-provoking material; it's vitally important simply because filmmaker Kramer is airing such complex issues. The Bangladeshi family is the most involving story, with a lovely, understated performance by Bishil as a girl whose whole life comes undone because she dares to think deeply. This story could have supported the whole film, and sometimes sits at odds with Sturgess' more comical tale, Eve and Liotta's sordid encounters, or Curtis' increasingly disturbing journey.

The entire cast gives offhanded, natural performances that hold our interest.

Ford is good as the everyman, brushing against the various plots. Despite the insipid Mark Isham score, there are some seriously powerful emotional scenes along the way, although a couple of strands get lost in the shuffle, disappearing for long stretches and only coming back to fit into the final tidy mosaic. Ultimately, Kramer strains to make it gel together, but we still hear his cry for understanding and compassion in a world filled with bigotry and ignorance.

Alice Eve Sunday 4th November 2007 Opening night of Tom Stoppard's "Rock 'N' Roll" - after party held at Angus McIndoe Restaurant New York City, USA

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Alice Eve

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6th February, 1982

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Criminal Movie Review

Criminal Movie Review

Almost criminally entertaining, this preposterous thriller mixes buckets of humour and emotion into the violent,...

Criminal Trailer

Criminal Trailer

Bill Pope is a CIA operative who's been recruited to carryout a very special mission....

Misconduct Trailer

Misconduct Trailer

Ben Cahill is an ambitious lawyer with an overwhelming urge to see justice for those...

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Before We Go Trailer

Before We Go Trailer

Brooke Dalton is a young married woman from Boston with enough problems in her life...

Entourage Trailer

Entourage Trailer

The world of acting is no longer enough for superstar Vincent Chase, whose now looking...

Entourage Trailer

Entourage Trailer

After making a name for themselves in Hollywood, Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends...

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Decoding Annie Parker Trailer

Decoding Annie Parker Trailer

Annie Parker is a fun-loving young woman struggling with the difficulties of motherhood, a husband...

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...

Star Trek Into Darkness Movie Review

Star Trek Into Darkness Movie Review

After his successful re-imagining of the Star Trek universe four years ago, Abrams dives even...

Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer

Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer

The Enterprise crew find themselves in more danger than they ever cared to imagine when...

Star Trek Into Darkness - Teaser  Trailer

Star Trek Into Darkness - Teaser Trailer

Captain Kirk and his formidable Enterprise crew are back and this time danger is closer...

Men in Black 3 Movie Review

Men in Black 3 Movie Review

A decade after Men in Black II, the cast and crew attempt to rekindle that...

Men In Black 3 Trailer

Men In Black 3 Trailer

Agents K and J work for the Men In Black, an organisation specialising in hunting...

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