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Review: Can’t take your eyes off ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ Special

‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ is a stunning and original stop-motion animation that is sure to mesmerize audiences of all ages.

Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!’ is a revolving door of problems needing solving Special

The Coen brothers’ latest picture, ‘Hail, Caesar!’, is a silly tribute to traditional Hollywood starring all the usual suspects with a few fresh additions.

Review: ‘Spectre’ isn’t the retirement party this Bond deserved Special

‘Spectre’ is the weakest of the Daniel Craig-era Bond movies, but when its predecessors have been so impressive that just means it’s good instead of great.

'Bond 24' announces title and new cast members

Daniel Craig will reprise the role of James Bond in the upcoming film, titled ‘Spectre.’ It was revealed Thursday he will be joined by Christoph Waltz and Monica Bellucci among others.

Review: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ is a five-star experience Special

Inspired by the works of Stefan Zweig, director Wes Anderson’s latest film, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel,’ is a story within a story within a story that focuses the exploits of a distinguished concierge and an ambitious lobby boy.

Review: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is worth checking into Special

You can always tell a Wes Anderson film a mile away. His kooky alternate universe take on real world issues is often polarizing for viewers who either love to retreat into his fairy tale-like yarns or who just can't tolerate his very singular vision.

Review: ‘Skyfall’ is absolutely brilliant Special

‘Skyfall’ achieves a new level of motion picture excellence, truly making the trip to the theatres for the latest 007 picture a memorable experience. It’s the perfect celebration of 50 years of Bond.

FlashForward fans plan ‘blackout’ protest as sci-fi show is axed

Fans of an axed science-fiction series will stage a protest against its cancellation on Thursday – by falling to the ground for two minutes and seventeen seconds.

Actress tells of dilemma: Am I Doctor’s mother, lover or wife?

Is River Song in the BBC’s Doctor Who the Doctor’s mother, lover or wife? That’s the intriguing question posed in the new issue of the UK’s largest listings magazine in its interview with the actor who plays her, Alex Kingston.
 

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