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This year could turn out to be a vintage year for Sam Neill. Not only is the 65-year-old Kiwi actor currently on both our large and small screens, he's also got an impressive lineup of television and cinema projects scheduled for release in the next 12 months and this year's harvest from his Central Otago winery has resulted in a bumper crop.
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House of cards Set in the 1970s, a time of turbulent political upheaval in England, James Graham's drama This House imagines the backroom struggles in Parliament.
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I'd seen the movies before reading the stories - Nicolas Roeg's masterful version of "Don't Look Now" featuring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie; and Alfred Hitchcock's strangely flat-footed and clunky version of "The Birds" - so I thought I knew what to expect from Daphne du Maurier's fiction.
More than 80 years ago, Warner Bros. defined the Hollywood gangster film with gritty depictions of larger-than-life mobsters that made stars out of the likes of Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart.
Every new movie that hits theaters nowadays seems to be a sequel. This year alone there's Kick-Ass 2 , Iron Man 3 , Despicable Me 2 , and Fast and Furious 6 . There are so many sequels that we can hardly keep track of them, especially since most of them aren't all that spectacular.
Great Gatsby was Out of Competition), Joel Coen and Ethan Coen 's terrific Inside Llewyn Davis had its first press screening Saturday night to strong response and big buzz on the very rainy Croisette.
I'm really excited for the new Star Trek movie this weekend. Don't worry, there are no spoilers here- I don't plan on seeing it until tonight.
Two special matinee shows celebrating Britain and its rich wartime heritage will be coming to the Rose Theatre at the end of this month.
Mel Brooks will be honored for his show business work in a PBS tribute, Mel Brooks: Make a Noise, airing Monday night.
Sarah Polley is an actress and director who stars in a documentary "Stories We Tell" about her family and issues of paternity.
AICN HORROR looks at ERRORS OF THE HUMAN BODY! SEPARATION! HOME SWEET HOME! TIED! NINE MILES DOWN! HOUSE OF BAD! LUSTER! THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE! A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET Remake! Greetings, all.
MUCH is celebrating the long weekend with one of movie and TV's freshest actors ever.
For four years he was the envy of millions of men as the partner of the world's highest-paid woman movie star.
A child, tucked safely into bed, drifts toward sleep to the sounds of her parents tearing each other apart in the next room.
Ah, Eurovision, where The Voice meets the Brownlow Medal count, where lame pop songs are mixed with political intrigue, singing in tune is optional, but wearing a terrifying frock is required.
The first trailer for NBC 's new political thriller, starring Gillian Anderson and Dermot Mulroney , has just been released.