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  • Actor Who Stepped Out Of Their ‘Comfort Zone’

    Actor Who Stepped Out Of Their ‘Comfort Zone’

    To tie in with one of this week’s new releases Alice, Darling starring Anna Kendrick we look at those actors who have stepped out of there comfort zones in the name of their art. Many have gained critical recognition, other possibly deserve some. One thing they all have in common is in the past they…

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  • Film Review – Plane (2023)

    Film Review – Plane (2023)

    After the man who scored the greatest goal in World Cup history (Archie Gemmell), Paisley’s finsest Gerard Butler returns doing what he does best…saving people. ‘The Crash was only the beginning’, fasten your seatbelts, Plane takes to the cinematic skies and get ready to brace for impact. Directed by French director Jean–François Richet he’ll be…

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  • Film Review – Alice, Darling (2022)

    Film Review – Alice, Darling (2022)

    Abuse comes in many shapes and forms, in Mary Nighy’s psychological drama thriller Alice, Darling. Anna Kendrick stars as a woman trapped in an abusive gaslight relationship on a brink of a break down. They say you should step out of your safety zone every so often and challenge yourself with something a little different.…

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  • Best Bill Nighy Performances

    Best Bill Nighy Performances

    The wonderful Bill Nighy is the star and leading actor in Living. The English language reboot/remake of Akira Kurosawa’s classic 1952 Ikiru. In celebration of Living now in UK cinemas I’ve decided to create a list of some of Nighy’s best moments. Sometimes that film might be critically acclaimed other times not but he is…

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  • Film Review – Living (2022)

    Film Review – Living (2022)

    When it comes to Akira Kurosawa films. He will always be remembered for the likes of samurai focused films like Rashomon (1950), Seven Samurai (1954), Throne Of Blood (1957) , The Hidden Fortress (1958) that inspired George Lucas to create Star Wars. Beyond the armour and swords, the Japanese film auteur created a little gem…

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  • Film Review – The Vanishing (2018)

    Film Review – The Vanishing (2018)

    Gerard Butler will forever be known for his trashy  action flicks or forgettable rom coms. Could we ever see the day he pulls of some serious acting? Yes and it’s called The Vanishing! The Paisley born actor might  flex his muscles in ancient Greece, saving American Presidents or chasing Drug lords. For this one he…

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