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Leigh Paatsch's guide to movies
FEEL like watching a film but can't decide which one? Leigh Paatsch has you covered with this quick and honest movie guide. > THE BIG WEDDING (MA15+) Say "I don't", US, 89 min In the mood for yet...
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Film review: Broken
Film about troubled family has problems of its own, writes Christine Powley. Cast: Eloise Laurence, Tim Roth,
, Robert Emms, Cillian Murphy, Denis Lawson, Clare Burt, Zana Marjanovic,...
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Skunk (Eloise Laurenson) and father Archie (Tim Roth) in the coming-of-age drama Broken. Photo / Supplied Powerful acting from a top-rate cast, including an artlessly charming newcomer, and a steady...
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The wrath of Roth: no more Mr Bad Guy
Tim Roth is an utter bastard - the Tim Roth we've come to know on screen, that is. An apprentice assassin in Stephen Frears' The Hit; the squealing, bleeding stuck pig that is Mr Orange in Quentin...
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PBS announces fall TV highlights
PBS rocks the fall with Jimi Hendrix, a “Nashville 2.0″ tribute to legendary country stars, Barbra Streisand, a broadcast of Stephen Sondheim’s musical “Company,” Billie Jean King, William...
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Secrets of the Dead
Unlocking the power of Shakespeare's words
Ten years ago, when he was new at the National, Hytner put on an equally contemporary production of Henry V. It was outstanding, but it was slightly marred by trying too obviously to make points about...
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The Hothouse: You Don’t Have To Be Crazy To Work ...
John Simm and Indira Varma in The Hothouse / photo by Johan Persson We really are spoiled for big-name actors giving wonderful performances in London right now. There’s a twofer at the National with...
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A woman of substance: How Zoë Wanamaker got lucky...
Wanamaker flooded the stage with the betrayed woman's comically oddball, strongly poignant presence just as, over in suburbia in Terry Johnson's Dead Funny (1994), she projected a scathingly mordant...
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Murder Plotted in Ikea; Othello in Fatigues: U.K....
Murder among mattresses and meatballs is not quite what Verdi had in mind for “Un Ballo in maschera.” OperaUpClose, a resourceful company based in a pub in North London, sets a new chamber production...
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