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Win a double pass to Woody Allen’s BLUE JASMINE starring Cate Blanchett

Woody Allen delivers his strongest late-period film with Blue Jasmine, a nuanced and tragicomic tale of a spoiled New York housewife struggling through a financial and personal crisis. Cate Blanchett gives a phenomenal and wrenching performance as the neurotic titular character — an awards certainty at this point — and she is supported by a stellar, …

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[WATCH] First trailer for Woody Allen’s BLUE JASMINE starring Cate Blanchett

Like clockwork, Woody Allen is back with his latest annual effort, Blue Jasmine, the follow-up to last year’s disappointing To Rome with Love. Forgoing his recent penchant for European locations in favour of San Francisco this time, the film stars Cate Blanchett as a fashionable New York housewife whose life is thrown into crisis when her husband …

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[WATCH] Trailer #1 for HITCHCOCK starring Anthony Hopkins

For whatever reason, 2012 has become the year to reassess the life and influence of legendary director Alfred Hitchcock. While the high regard he is held in by fans and critics alike has never waned, it certainly seems to be heightened this year, chiefly for three reasons: the 2012 Sight & Sound poll which placed Hitchcock’s masterpiece Vertigo over Citizen …

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[WATCH] Fiery extended TV spot for Steven Spielberg’s LINCOLN

Following last month’s promising but hardly exciting first trailer, a new extended TV spot for Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln aired after the first presidential debate between Obama and Romney earlier today (significantly outshining that dull affair). Essentially a new trailer, this two-minute spot is much more fiery and impassioned and appropriately puts the focus on Daniel Day-Lewis, and I’m sure …

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[WATCH] Trailer #1 for Steven Spielberg’s LINCOLN starring Daniel Day-Lewis

The first trailer has finally arrived for Steven Spielberg’s long-gestating and highly anticipated biopic Lincoln, which stars Daniel Day-Lewis as the titular 16th President of the United States of America. Loosely adapted from Doris Kearns Goodwin’s Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Tony Kushner (Munich), the film focuses on Abraham Lincoln’s tumultuous final months …

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[REVIEW] MEN IN BLACK III

In our current climate of bloated blockbusters, with endless comic-book adaptations and sequels oversaturating the market, did anyone actually need another Men in Black film in 2012? I certainly didn’t think so, especially a decade on from the awful Men in Black II, so I went into Barry Sonnenfield’s second sequel with understandably low expectations. Imagine …

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