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Sarah Lancashire is unrecognisable as Dad's Army ...
Sarah Lancashire is unrecognisable in dark wig and uniform as she steps onto the Dad's Army film set in Yorkshire News of a Hollywood adaptation of iconic BBC sitcom Dad's Army has received mixed...
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Billionaire George Soros' son fights bitter divor...
Billionaire George Soros' son fights bitter divorce battle with wife of 22 years after 'cheating with a model-turned-naked artist' Robert Soros, 50, is splitting from wife Melissa Robin Schiff after...
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JOHN WICK—Keanu Reeves as a hitman out for revenge against the mobsters who ruined his life. Advance word is that this could be Reeves’ first hit in, well, quite some time. Co-starring Michael...
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Can you combine the following downbeat aspects of 1984 Britain — the bleak days of the miners' strike, the darkening clouds of AIDS and pervasive homophobia — into a feel-good film sure to make...
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Wednesday, October 29
Comedian Ross Noble takes Julia Zemiro to his home town. FREE TO AIR Wildest Islands, SBS One, 7.30pm Tonight, this beautiful series explores the Philippines, home to spectacular coastlines,...
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To Do: October 22�November 5, 2014
Pop Music1. Listen to Taylor Swift’s 1989Unshakable. Only a few things are certain in this life: Players gonna play play play play play, haters gonna hate hate hate hate hate, and this is gonna sell...
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Skylight opens a window on conflicting ideologies
Illumination of political ideologies shines though Skylight, the latest offering in the Cowichan Theatre's National Theatre Live series. David Hare's acclaimed play starring
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The Iron Lady’s rule in the UK has been a rich vein for movie makers to mine. The Iron Lady's rule in the UK has been a rich vein for movie makers to mine. Billy Elliot and The Full Monty are set...
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Taking real pride in their cause
Britain’s divisive miners’ strike led to an unlikely alliance, finds Helen Barlow. Paddy Considine plays union leader Dai who rallied his members during the miners' strike of 1984. Following in the...
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Everyman Theatre Wins RIBA Stirling Prize 2014
London-based firm Haworth Tompkin’s Everyman Theatre in Liverpool has won the RIBA Stirling Prize for 2014. The design beat competition from Zaha Hadid, Renzo Piano, Mecanoo, O’Donnell + Tuomey, and...
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Friday movie roundup: Open ‘The Book of Life’
Two weeks until Halloween, this week’s best new movie celebrates Dia de los Muertos — Mexico’s Day of the Dead. "The Book of Life" is a lively animated tale, centering on a love triangle in a Mexican...
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How The Lion King became the most successful stag...
The huge shimmering saffron sun rises over an unmistakably African plain, and Pride Rock, from where the lions survey their kingdom, rises like a corkscrew from beneath the stage. The scene has...
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The Lion King
Dad’s Army and Ghostbusters: how to reboot a belo...
Nostalgic comedy fans got a double-dose of promising news last week when two film projects drawing on past glories were announced. The news of a Dad’s Army movie, co-produced by Universal Pictures and...
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, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, Paddy Considine, Andrew Scott, George Mackay, Joseph Gilgun, Ben Schnetzer Director: Matthew Warchus The Brit feel good juggernaut hitches a...
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Pride (R) Matthew Warchus’ drama tells the true story of a group of London gays and lesbians who raise money to support a Welsh community of striking coal miners in 1984. Starring George MacKay,...
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Pride: Digging for the Rainbow
Midway through the Oct. 9 City Club of Idaho Falls debate between Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and Democratic challenger A.J. Balukoff, Otter wouldn't budge in his cowboy boots from his long-standing...
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Get Up, Stand Up: 'Pride' is a great feel-good mo...
Feel-good films are awful. They manipulate. They pander. They use treacly strings or scruffy children (or determined animals) or put-upon losers rising above the muck in an effort to make audiences...
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Hollywood & Mine News from Tinseltown
A great story that just happens to be TRUE, wonderful performances by a large cast with a 50-year age span, a director at the top of his game, a soundtrack that could get you dancing in the aisles and...
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The Dad’s Army casting is quite impressive
The Dad’s Army casting is quite impressive Remaking Dad’s Army is an awful idea, but the film-makers have chosen their actors well. Sun, Oct 12, 2014, 22:25 A few months ago, I reported on the...
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Ian Lavender welcomes 'brilliant' casting of Dad'...
Dad's Army star Ian Lavender has welcomed the news that the classic TV series is being re-made as a film. Ian, who played Private Pike in the 1960s comedy set in the Second World War, said the...
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