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50 best things to do in London this summer
Charlotte O’Sullivan Released Jul 10 In the sequel to Seth MacFarlane’s lewd bromantic comedy about a man (Mark Wahlberg) and his teddy, the furry fella and his new wife want to have a baby and (to...
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We Are Many, film review: Amirani's documentary s...
The film is both inspiring – millions took part in what has been described as the largest global protest event in history – and dispiriting. "We had the biggest demonstration and nothing happened,"...
Read more at Independent
How a new movie on the 2003 Iraq war protests can...
If you don’t like the new government, if you don’t want to see the welfare budget cut by billions, if you are made fearful, distressed or furious by what the Conservatives are planning, what can you...
Read more at Independent
Woody Allen: agreeing to make Amazon TV series wa...
The Cannes film festival is well within Woody Allen’s comfort zone. This is the director’s 11th time at the festival, where – as with fellow auteurs
and Paolo Sorrentino – he’s routinely...
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Here Is The City
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2015 summer films turn back the clock
Here is a schedule of films with local releases dates. Please note that all release dates are subject to change. The Avengers reassemble when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) creates Ultron, an...
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One of South Wales' most colourful councillors Ra...
Ray Davies, one of South Wales’ most colourful councillors, has died after recently being diagnosed with cancer. Mr Davies died on Thursday night aged 85. As well as being a leading member of the...
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A brief history of ... English football champions
With the Guardian’s unstoppable rise to global dominance (NOTE: actual dominance may not be global. Or dominant) we at Guardian US thought we’d run a series of articles for newer football fans wishing...
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Movie Listings (Friday, May 8 - Thursday, May 14)
Movie listings are for Friday, May 8 through Thursday, May 14. (Prior listings through Thursday, May 7 are still available here.) For complete showtimes, please visit the theater's websites, call...
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Joy and anger as world's remotest film festival o...
Joy at the start of the world's remotest film festival held in a desert refugee camp was tinged with anger as film stars & rights activists condemn UN inaction on Western Sahara The 12th edition of...
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UN security council
The national story is not just a royal one
This year we've already had the Tudors playing up in the BBC's adaptation of Wolf Hall and the rather less lauded MTV American import, The Royals, starring Elizabeth Hurley. Most British actors who...
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Revisiting "Nighthawks", a film with the most ext...
To BFI Southbank this week for a rare screening of Nighthawks, Ron Peck’s 1978 film about a London geography teacher, Jim (Ken Robertson), and his repetitive and frustrating life: drab days at work,...
Read more at The New Statesman
The 20th Annual Nantucket Film Festival will take place June 24-29 at various venues around the island. Prior to its premiere on Netflix, "What Happened, Miss Simone?," Liz Garbus’ documentary...
Read more at The Inquirer and Mirror
Roger Waters to Robbie Williams: “Your decision t...
Robbie Williams: One of the most horrifying incidents during Israel’s massive assault on Gaza last summer was the killing of four Palestinian boys playing soccer on a beach. This war crime was...
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United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
The Game's Brian Cox: 'I wanted to come back and ...
Brian Cox as as head of M15, Daddy in new BBC drama, The Game So what attracted you to the gritty role of “Daddy”? I thought they were excellent scripts and it was a great character [as head of...
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