I revel in the magnificent blood, brawn and strong women of 300: Rise of an Empire listen to the soundtrack here - 300: Rise of an Empire Review ps the “The” is silent
More so than its glorious predecessor 300,Noam Murro's epic 300: Rise of an Empire is for a niche audience those that see the beauty in well made and magnificent muscle and brawn action films, those that love comics – particularly Frank Miller's bold blood splattered tales and those that love visually stunning films. Well 300: Rise of an Empire manages to add another audience segment that may enjoy it – those that love strong women in mostly powerful roles!
I say mostly as I suspect that a certain scene that despite trying to exhibit women in control of themselves may divide audiences on whether it works or not. It didn't for me but I'll watch as much of Eva Green as they are willing to put on screen without shame.
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Ladies and gentlemen, can I please have your attention. I've just been handed an urgent and horrifying news story. I need all of you, to stop what you're doing and listen. Cannonball!
When it comes to Anchorman we have had highs and lows! Like the high of scooping America’s favourite 24-hour global news team when we broke the story that Ron Burgundy would be releasing his highly, highly anticipated memoirs in a handy book entitled Let me off at the top my classy life. Make no mistake it is an important book from an important man.
But we have also had lows like when we called on as a state witness in the now infamous Brian Fantana Sex Panther court case, which I'm sure you know ended with Sex Panther been made illegal in nine countries. But the less said about that the better.
I talk remaking Unforgiven Yurusarezaru Mono with Director Sang-il Lee, his influences, what Clint Eastwood said about the remake, why it is the right time for his film & the possibility of a sequel
Director Lee Sang-il's weighty Samurai tale Unforgiven or Yurusarezaru Mono is in cinemas from today. Earlier this week I got the chance briefly chat with him about his Japanese remake of Clint Eastwood's masterpiece. Whilst I appreciated his beautifully shot meaningful tale of an ageing Samurai in hiding that that builds to a climactic blood-letting. There is an air of symmetry with my meeting with Lee Sang-il as with the real beauty and weight of Unforgiven, it is much deeper than we see on the screen and, as with my review of the film I felt I barely scratched the surface of the man.
Initially I was surprised at how young Sang-il looked (a very youthful 40), the proficiency in bringing Unforgiven to the screen so eloquently speaks of a man that has competency and sensibilities more akin to experienced wise old men. But his age does explains how it is his films (at least the two I have seen) are very in touch with modern day issues.
Whilst the bulk of the conversation was around Martial Arts and chambara he was seemingly cautious of being categorised as a "Samurai action" Director and was clearly in the versatile director interested in stories of people and drama camp. Ken Loach is a favourite of his. Which is not too surprising because as much as Unforgiven is hinged around violence and swordsmanship it is more a weighty period drama than action flick, very much in the tradition of the great samurai tales of Japanese cinema. Sang-il has written 6 of the 7 feature films he has directed, with the last Hula Girls and Villain winning both critical acclaim and a slew of awards, which no doubt Unforgiven will go onto.
To celebrate the home release of Thor: The Dark World, Marvel Studio's have placed a huge replica of Mjolnir, Thor's Hammer for all to see in Greenwich. But hurry as it will only be there till Friday 28 February.
Last week I received an email alerting me to the location of Thor's hammer, so over the weekend I grabbed my pants, jumped on the tube at Charing Cross station, jumped off in Greenwich 3 stops later. *Whilst exact travel details are further below pants are optional!
I have seen Sang-il Lee's remake of Unforgiven Yurusarezaru mono aka don't let the samurai with no name drink - Unforgiven Yurusarezaru mono Review
It may be unfair, but I don't think it is possible to discuss Sang-il Lee's Yurusarezaru mono or Unforgiven without drawing comparisons or at least thinking about Clint Eastwood's original drama. I'm not going to lie to you Eastwood's The Unforgiven is a modern masterpiece and I am humbled by it's magnificence. It brings Eastwood's 30 year cinematic history as the West's most well known & enigmatic gunfighter to a thrilling and poignant conclusion. The engaging tale plays both to and against western tropes as the powerful story of the conflicted William Munny rolls out building to one of the most satisfying climaxes in film.
I see George Clooney's charming The Monuments Men a throwback to old style 50s war films - The Monuments Men Review
I have to hand it to George Clooney, much like his character in the Oceans trilogy or indeed The Monuments Men, the guy can pretty much assemble any team in the world, make any film he wants to and milk it BUT - or maybe it's in spite of that – to his credit he continues to make films that are unexpected and unique. Not an easy feat in the over saturated copy and paste cultural mishmash that feeds the psyche of the business of show and more specifically when it comes to World War 2 tales.
Now don't get me wrong The Monuments Men probably won't be in my top 10 films of the year and it probably won't set the world abuzz like say a Batman film but I'm pretty sure it's the kind of film that families will enjoy watching together. It will no doubt be re-watched annually as it merges itself into our cultural zeitgeist and grows an ever increasing audience much in the same vein as many of those classic family films that are shown every Christmas (The Great Escape, The Dirty Dozen, The Guns of Navarone, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Sound of Music) - with enough charm, wit of the gallows humour variety, hints at Indiana Jones style adventure, tense and entertaining bits that each family member will have a different or shared favourite scene whilst the underlying message is never forgotten. And I'm pretty sure that is exactly the kind of film George Clooney set out to make with The Monuments Men. To make it work getting the right cast involved would be key and Clooney is just the man to bring it together.
Claire Denis's Bastards (Les salauds) is in UK Cinemas from Friday & it's probably very, very good here is the trailer & poster
I am a fan of French Auteur Claire Denis' films. And eagerly await each one with anticipation. Her Bastards or Les Salauds has been on my watchlist for the last year and one of my most anticipated films of 2014. It is finally here.
|Bastards "Les salauds" (original title)
Marco returns to Paris after his brother-in-law's suicide, where he targets the man his sister believes caused the tragedy - though he is ill-prepared for her secrets as they quickly muddy the waters.
Jean-Pol Fargeau, Claire Denis
Vincent Lindon, Chiara Mastroianni, Julie Bataille
Although I haven't watched it in its entirety I'm loving the trailer in no small part due to its electro synth backing track with dulcet vocal overlay ala Drive - which I hope carries over into the film which seems to be a dark tale of revenge.
Anyway below is the poster and trailer for Claire Denis' Bastards or Les Salauds with a synopsis from Artificial Eye.
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We are 4 Days away from the greatest film awards event of the year and the EE BAFTAs have just announced who they expect to walk the red carpet this Sunday 16 February. Sadly my coverage of the EE BAFTAs has been lacking this year as I just haven't had time to keep up with the announcements.
However as soon as the nominations were announced I went on a begging, borrowing, buying campaign of the films nominated as well as a slew of films featuring the EE BAFTA Rising Star Award nominees: Dane DeHaan, George MacKay, Lupita Nyong’o, Will Poulter, Léa Seydoux. So I would have my head around the films featured and will hopefully have some thoughts up about all the nominations soon.
We are only 9 days away from the greatest film awards show on earth - I am of course referring to the 2014 EE BAFTAs. And with the EE British Academy Film Awards comes the British Short Film & British Short Animation award nominations followed by the BAFTA Shorts 2014 nationwide tour programme.
|BAFTA SHORTS 2013 Review|
|Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014|
|Goldfrapp Tales Of Us performance & screening|
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The feature-length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) will be in cinemas around the UK from 28 February 2014 starting in London at the ICA.
Following a successful first-ever theatrical release of nominated shorts in 2013, BAFTA is partnering for a second year with specialist distributor the Independent Cinema Office (ICO), who will handle all UK theatrical bookings, and the British Council, who will tour the nominated films internationally through their network of offices in 110 countries.
The UK-wide rollout of BAFTA Shorts 2014 begins with a special screening at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London on Friday 28 February, attended by the nominated filmmakers.
The 124 minute show will be made up of the following shorts:
Jim Jarmusch SECRET GIG in London tonight! & exclusive screening of his outstanding electro rock vampire fable Only Lovers Left Alive
I may like Jim Jarmusch's films but I love Jim Jarmusch's genre films, the ones where he takes on more fanciful material and gets to the humanity under them. I am of course talking about his unique take on genre themes and merging of cultural, literary & existential references - like when he took on the Western genre with Dead Man starring Johnny Depp - Asian Cinema with Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai starring Forest Whitaker - espionage with The Limits of Control starring Isaach De Bankolé and now vampires with his electro rock fable Only Lovers Left Alive starring Tom Hiddleston as Adam, Tilda Swinton as Eve, Mia Wasikowska as Ava and John Hurt as Marlowe.
Sadly I have already seen Only Lovers Left Alive and it is my favourite film of 2014, so far. I say sadly as I have been waiting for it for ages and would have been happy to wait another six months for the pleasure of seeing it. Whilst emo vampires may be a bit of a cliche - Jarmusch turns it arounds to create a fresh and wonderful piece of film wherein he explores modern humanity, old and new worlds colliding, whilst reinvigorating the vampire mythos tinged with dark humour
Rossica Academia's Russky London Kino Klub presents the first UK retrospective of Alexei Balabanov – FILM FESTIVAL
Last Saturday I went along to a screening of Alexei Balabanov's crime story Brother (Brat) and I loved it! It is a great little tale set in Saint Petersburg during the vacuum left by the post soviet era. I knew very little about Brother or indeed the acclaimed Russian Director Alexei Balabanov (apart from having viewed Balabanov's startling 2010 film The Stoker or Kochegar) before seeing Brother so I was filled with joy when this little film screened from what looked like an 80s VHS transfer turned out to be a cracking tale.
An ex-soldier with a personal honor code enters the family crime business in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Sergey Bodrov Jr., Viktor Sukhorukov, Svetlana Pismichenko
Academia Rossica is a London-based charity organisation involved in bringing contemporary Russian culture to an English speaking audiences and bridging our cultures. They regularly host cultural events exhibiting the best and most interesting of Russian film, literature, art, and food, including the annual Russian Film Festival.
Their latest event the Russky London Kino Klub launched on the 1 February has taken up residency in the prestigious Mayfair Hotel to screen previews of new releases, much loved classics as well as the UK's very first Alexei Balabanov Retrospective! Other films shown on the day were Yolki 3 & The Girl and Death.
ALEKSEY BALABANOV FIRST UK RETROSPECTIVE 1 FEBRUARY – 25 MAY 2014
Aleksey Balabanov is Russia’s most-iconic post-Soviet film director; to watch his films is to know Russia. A filmmaker for the people, Balabanov burst onto the cinema scene in the early nineties. His work is curiously ambiguous; contrasting light and dark, good and evil, liberty and constraint. Beyond their often grim actualities, his films have an immense sense of freedom, his characters seek redemption. His films transcend the realities of their post-Soviet setting to reveal deeper, universal truths about the individual and morality. In its contrasts and contradictions, Balabanov's work is quintessentially Russian, infused with the rebellious Ural Rock music of Sverdlovsk, where he was born in 1959. His work has been shown at some of the world's most prominent festivals: Venice, Cannes, Rotterdam, Montreal.
Goldfrapp have announced details of a very special Tales Of Us cinema event – a worldwide screening of the stunning film Tales Of Us followed immediately by an exclusive dramatic live performance transmitted into cinemas from the magnificent surroundings of the legendary Air Studios in London. This must-see state-of-the-art experience will be broadcast by Arts Alliance Media across the UK, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand on the evening of 4 March 2014.
Calling all aspiring filmmakers!! Document What climate change means to you, have your short film judged by the acclaimed Action4Climate jury (Bertolucci, Egoyan, Forster, Meirelles, Nair, Rafelson, Salles, Wenders & more) and win prizes! - FILMMAKING COMPETITION
Whoa! The first thing thing about the Action4Climate short documentary film competition is the prestigious jury that will be judging entries. Action4Climate have really brought out some heavy hitters for the competition a testament to the importance of the message behind the competition as well as the quality and substance of the people willing to get involved.
The Action4Climate Climate Change documentary competition is open to anyone aged 14 - 35, anywhere that is interested in making a 1-12 minute short film or has something to say about climate change and our future by 1 April 2014.
The Action4Climate jury that will select the winning entries is made up of award-winning film directors, producers and international organisation representatives overseen by none other than Bernardo Bertolucci (Last Tango in Paris, The Sheltering Sky, Little Buddha, Me and You) as President of the Action4Climate Jury.
The other acclaimed members of the Action4Climate jury include:
Atom Egoyan (Adoration, Devil's Knot, The Captive),
Marc Forster (The Kite Runner, Quantum of Solace, World War Z),
Mika Kaurismaki (Zombie and the Ghost Train, Mama Africa, The Girl King),
Rose Kuo (The Color of Money, About Last Night),
Rachel Kyte (World Bank Group Vice president and special envoy for climate change),
Cynthia López (Executive Vice President & Co-Executive Producer of American Documentary POV),
Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener, Americana),
Mira Nair (Salaam Bombay!, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Words with Gods),
Bob Rafelson (Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Blood and Wine),
Walter Salles (Central Station, The Motorcycle Diaries, On the Road),
Pablo Trapero (Crane World, Lion's Den, 7 Days in Havana),
Wim Wenders (The American Friend, Paris, Texas, Land of Plenty, Every Thing Will Be Fine).
As I have been rammer jammer the last couple of months I haven't really had a chance to update as much as I would like and I have missed a ton of stuff including what the Hackney Attic has been up to at the Hackney Picturehouse. But when an alert about their latest exciting screening to kick off their monthly live score and audio visual night up in the Hackney Attic landed in my inbox I had to get an APB up.
This February to celebrate the incredible relationship between live music and the moving image. Hackney Attic and FILMPHONICS will be hosting a screening of the classic 1933 (and original version) of King Kong with a live re-score by Orchestra Elastique.
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We visit the Behind the Mask: Andy Gotts MBE portraits for BAFTA exhibition at Somerset House - EVENT REPORT
Last week the lady and I were delighted to go along to a private viewing of renowned portrait photographer Andy Gotts's new exhibition in collaboration with BAFTA at Somerset House entitled Behind the Mask: Andy Gotts MBE portraits for BAFTA.
There is a line of dialogue in Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho spoken by Mike Waters, the character played by River Phoenix that has stuck with me since my first viewing of the film -
|007 Project Bond Exhibition - Event Report|
|Photos: EE Baftas 2013 Red Carpet Arrivals|
|Film4 Summer Screen Somerset House Tips|
|Mike Figgis Kate & Other Women Exhibition|
River Phoenix's character is not only speaking of the uniqueness and individuality of faces as well as something much larger - how he relates to the world and his place in it. But also a very human trait that we have, the ability to project mood and emotion onto something.
It takes talent to paint something with light bringing its inner personality and character to the fore or allowing previously hidden or surprising qualities to be revealed and allowing others to see the same thing. Some would argue that that is the goal of any artistic endeavour and this is something photographer Andy Gotts excels at.
In my mind evoking mood, character, atmosphere, meaning or narrative with a still photograph is indelibly tied into the ideal that the composition of each scene or frame of motion picture says something. And for me is just as important as narrative, plot or performances. Andy Gotts is internationally recognised as the man able to capture the essence or personality behind the face he photographs and if you are familiar with any of my photography you may appreciate that I am a fan of Gotts's work.
If you are an avid reader you may remember I mentioned Gotts in a post last year as some of his rousing work was on display at the Mount Street Gallery when I visited artist Tony Dykes's 007 Project Bond Exhibition. So you can probably guage my delight at cracking an invite to go along and see Andy Gotts's work up close.
|Andy Gotts BAFTA Behind The Mask|
Unfortunately I could only attend one day of last year's Nordicana Film Festival which was much to my regret as Nordicana had tons of films and TV previews that I was keen on seeing - but it was an absolutely superb day out nonetheless and in-between scoffing on delicious Nordic fair I finally got to see: Thomas Vinterberg's outstanding Mads Mikkelsen starrer The Hunt (Jagten), Daniel Espinosa's Easy Money (Snabba cash) with Joel Kinnaman and Tobias Lindholm's A Hijacking (Kapringen) again.
|Nordicana Film Festival 2014|
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014 unveils full line-up! 13 - 23 February 2014 - FILM FESTIVAL
Wow! this year's Jameson Dublin International Film Festival is truly spectacular. The Festival runs from 13th – 23rd February 2014 screening over 222 hours of film across 11 cinema screens and has lined up some of my most anticipated films of the year as well as classics that are always rewatchable I'm talking about the screening of Jaws with Richard Dreyfuss introducing the film. If only they could do the same for us Londoners.
|Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014|
Monday January 20th 2014 The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival has announced a jam-packed line-up of films and a stellar list of Irish and international guests for the 2014 festival, taking place in Dublin from 13th – 23rd February.
So on Monday night my wife & I went off to a special screening of funny man Nick Frost's new film Cuban Fury. I have to say that ever since Frost's stand out performance in Edgar Wright's The World's End I have quietly been anticipating Cuban Fury. It turned out to be so special because the man himself came along to introduce Cuban Fury and I have to say that the evening turned out to be the best that I have had this year so far.
we were greeted with Chilli Salsa dips as well as Spicy Salsa dancing before heading into the screening itself. Sadly I can't say much about the Cuban Fury as yet but please do keep an eye out for my thoughts which I'll post soon. Cuban Fury is out on Valentine's Day 14 February 2014.
A former salsa prodigy attempts a comeback years after his career was ruined..
Nick Frost, Rashida Jones, Ian McShane, Chris O'DowdOlivia Colman, Rory Kinnear, Kayvan Novak, Steve Oram
14 February 2014
Anyway here are some pictures and video taken with my phone of the evening.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is gloriously more like a Peter Jackson film than any of the others & is some kind of wonderful - That, my lad, was a dragon - The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Review
I must confess despite sharing the same birth land I have never completed a J.R.R. Tolkien novel. For years The Silmarillion and The Hobbit sat on my bookshelf less than half read with Smaug occasionally staring at me from atop his pile of gold. So you see my expertise, and expectations of the cinematic adaptations of Tolkien's books are limited to Ralph Bakshi's 1976 The Lord of the Rings, Peter Jackson's marvellous Lord of The Rings trilogy and the book cover below - and let me tell you Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is considerably more exciting, as he brings Benedict Cumberbatch's Smaug to life so gloriously.
I am in no way denigrating Tolkien's literary works or indeed, relevance in the cultural fabric that makes up our social Zeitgeist – “go on a quest” and “slaying the dragon” have become synonymous tropes for rites of passage that proliferated much of the fiction I was immersed in as a youth, both are lifted from Tolkien's books – yet I wouldn't swap one sun soaked second of my childhood to have full knowledge of the insides of Tolkien's books as wonderful as I'm sure they are.
In the time between starting to write this and picking up again today I have seen The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug a second time and have had some time to think about Peter Jackson's adaptations of Tolkien's works - and I have to say I am in awe of the wonderful world Peter Jackson and his team have brought to the screen. If you think about it and cast aside all the peripheral stuff, whether you love or hate his adaptations they are truly momentous achievements each bringing to life a rich and imaginative world for us to behold and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is one of the highlights for me. I would be hard pressed to think of anyone else who could have brought Tolkien's Middle Earth to the screen so adroitly.
This week in Trailers & Pictures - Tracking the good ones: Edge of Tomorrow, Dawn of The Planet Of The Apes, Calvary, 300: Rise of an Empire, The Amazing Spider-man 2, Transcendence, Godzilla, Jupiter Ascending, The Strange Colour Of Your Body's Tears, Interstellar, Child 44
A quick roundup of trailers, posters and film news released this week for films I am really looking forward to in 2014 and on our radar. Hopefully I'll keep updates fresh moving forward until release.
I have been waiting for Calvary - the re teaming of John Michael McDonagh and Brendan Gleeson in their follow up to the darkly sublime The Guard for ages. In vain hope of an early release it was one of my most anticipated films of 2013 but finally has an official release date of 11 April 2014 and I cannot wait, the trailer hints at more darkly comedic greatness and perfect delivery from Brendan Gleeson.
JOHN MICHAEL MCDONAGH’S CALVARY GETS A TRAILER
Entertainment One UK Ltd. is pleased to bring you the trailer for John Michael McDonagh’s new darkly comic thriller - CALVARY. Starring Brendan Gleeson, Kelly Reilly, Domhnall Gleeson, Chris O’Dowd, Dylan Moran and Aidan Gillen, CALVARY hits UK and Irish cinemas on 11th April 2014.
Dallas Buyers Club QA Jared Leto on his indy film heartbreak and McConaughey on shaking up his career, he hasn't ruled out Rom-coms but give the man his Oscar already
Last week I was fortunate to go along to a screening of Jean-Marc Vallée's phenomenal Dallas Buyers Club and QA with it's leads Jared Leto (and a virtual) Matthew McConaughey about their Spirit Award nominated performances in the Dallas Buyers Club.
The Dallas Buyers Club has been one of my most anticipated films of the year. After being moved by Canadian Jean-Marc Vallée's earlier haunting and original relationship drama - Café de Flore. I was enthralled and obsessed with his ability to create a film that captures the feeling of loss and new love so poignantly. His adult take on the concept of soulmates, destiny & love as well as his sublime use of music to blur the lines between emotion and narration make Café de Flore transcend the screen.
Café de Flore stayed with me long after watching it and I was looking forward to Vallée's next venture. When it was announced that Vallée would be collaborating with Matthew McConaughey who is currently outputting what must surely be career defining performances, as audiences rediscover his depth of talent - the combination would surely give birth to something special.
Well last week I went along to an early screening of Dallas Buyers Club and a chat hosted by Edith Bowman with stars Jared Leto, who is on tour with his band Thirty Seconds To Mars and Matthew McConaughey who Skyped in from his trailer on the set of Chris Nolan's Interstellar.
I head to the In Fear Premiere presented by Stella Artois for a night of legends & Allen Leech makes one fans night - Event Report
On Tuesday evening I went along to the very swish In Fear premiere at the ICA presented by Stella Artois and along with a terrifying film I got to enjoy the pre party at The ICA Gallery and hangout with the stars of the film and some legendary talent who came along to support the release of BIMA Best Debut Director nominated Jeremy Lovering's first feature film, a creepy tale of a new couple lost in the woods.
After a frosty chalice of Stella Artois in central London our party headed to the Institute of Contemporary Arts where we walked the red carpet alongside Director Jeremy Lovering and stars of In Fear - Alice Englert and Downton Abbey heartthrob Allen Leech who plays Max.
The Counsellor is the long overdue slap in the face of the crime genre as it slow burns with intensity - The Counsellor film review
A couple of weeks ago I read an online post entitled “Ridley Scott’s Trojan Horse Career” the gist of it is, is that writers Sean Fennessey and Chris Ryan contend that Ridley Scott's films are polished delivery systems for ideas. Now whilst the article is well written, informed and conceived, until I watched Ridley Scott's latest film The Counsellor the relevance of it meaning expanded exponentially.
Ridley Scott's The Counsellor blew me away! Not in wow this is an awesome film kind of way, more along the lines of I can't stop thinking about the film days after experiencing its intensity kind of way.
I enjoy an evening of 1920’s style with The Great Gatsby & fashion guru Anna Dowd to celebrate the home release of The Great Gatsby - Event Report
I got an invitation. I probably wasn't the only one but everyone who was everyone was going to be there. When I say everyone I mean from every walk of life, from every corner of London, this kaleidoscopic carnival spilled through the door of the Roxy Bar and Screen for an evening of Gatsby glamour!
When we arrived the place was filled with partying people. A caravanserai of billionaire playboy publishers and their blonde nurses, heiresses comparing inheritances on the very comfortable sofas of the Roxy. Gossip columnists alongside gangsters and governors exchanging telephone numbers. There were Film stars, fashion gurus, Broadway directors, morality protectors, high school defectors, and Ewing Klipspringer the dubious descendent of Beethoven was DJing.
It seems like just the other day I posted about the Film Distributor's Association's launch of the upcoming Autumn film release schedule and today I'm posting about the exciting upcoming Christmas Season line up!
The FDA have released their Christmas and New Year 2013 Special Movie Preview Guide which you can view below along with all the official trailers and some of my picks marked with an approved stamp from the upcoming UK film release schedule in cinemas from December through to the end of January.
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