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Experts are set to debate one of the most contentious questions in English History - was King Richard III a good king or a murderous tyrant? The University of Leicester is holding a free public debate on " Richard III: Benevolent King or Murderous Tyrant? " on Thursday, June 6. The event follows on from the University's momentous discovery of the ... (more)
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As Cannes celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema, the auteur also discusses the use of Bollywood stars in Hollywood films.
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Without superheroes or aliens, the F&F franchise has made speed, laced with rage, one of film's most beloved intoxicants The reason for the burgeoning success of the Fast & Furious films eludes some people.
According to recent statistics and plastic surgeons alike, more divorcees are opting to go under the knife.
I'm surprised I didn't see the portly silhouette of a famous British director trot past in that episode because for me, that was Game of Thrones Alfred Hitchcock-style. Taut psychodrama, and taut psychos - it had it all.
He's played a science-fiction hero, policeman and even Hamlet. But now actor Keanu Reeves is taking on a new role - as director of a contemporary martial arts movie aimed at both Chinese and Western audiences.
Premiere of American Masters 'Mel Brooks: Make A Noise' at the Paley Center for Media Featuring: Mel Brooks Where: Los Angeles, California, United States When: 09 May 2013 Credit: Ai-Wire/WENN.com Melvin James Kaminsky, known far and wide and forever as Mel Brooks, turns 87 next month.
As the 150th anniversary of the burning of Darien approaches, historian Buddy Sullivan wants to clear up what he considers a misconception about the south Georgia town's Civil War history.
There was the spectacle, the runaway budget, the fights with the studio. But almost everyone thinks about the 1963 movie "Cleopatra" for one thing: Liz and Dick.
Cannes I have some more? Keanu Reeves, in the South of France for the annual Cannes Film Festival, looked much heavier than when he starred as superfit Neo in "The Matrix" trilogy.
As part of its year-long celebration of its 90th anniversary, Warner Bros. releases two sets of gangster films - classics that helped defined the genre and contemporary ones that made them popular again.
Early glimpses of Ron Howard's film Rush suggest it will portray Hunt as a high-living lothario, with an insatiable appetite for partying.
This month's column looks at Blu-ray releases of the Chaplin classic, "Monsieur Verdoux"; Laurence Olivier 's stunning "Richard III"; and the Douglas Fairbanks swashbuckler, "The Thief of Bagdad." Charles Chaplin, in his later years and later films, struggled with the old Charlie; both the character, and the style of filmmaking that had made him ... (more)
He is the subject of an American Masters special , recipient of an American Film Institute life achievement award , and librettist of a proposed Broadway musical based on his 1974 movie hit Blazing Saddles .
And so it happened that students in Pete Saxby's class, at the Lake Washington School District's STEM school were watching the Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock movie "Speed." As the bus approached a highway ramp with a 50-foot gap, Saxby stopped the film to check the students were able to find the variables such as the buses' speed and the distance ... (more)
One difficult thing for a film critic to do can be captured in a two-part question: How do you review a film that, 1, is more of a mood piece than an example of narrative storytelling and, 2, resists your every effort to describe it without giving too much away? Faced with that challenge, I came up with the following for my review of Terrence ... (more)