A Film Themed Stag Weekend

So, you’re getting married and you’re planning on saying goodbye to your bachelor life this weekend, huh? Well, stag parties need not always involve strippers and night clubs. If you’re the type of guy, who by far prefers subdued stag weekends, then a film themed stag weekend could be the way forward. Film themed stag […]

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Welcome

With the bright lights of Hollywood shining, and the British and global film industries making waves, it’s a great time to enjoy films. Horror, comedy, romance, action and more, hit the cinemas every week, but how can you stay updated on the movie world? You’re invited to surf over to Film Review Links, a movie […]

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Glee the movie

Ryan Murphy’s hit show Glee will be releasing a documentary movie featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the show. Following on from the recent Justin Beiber film, Never Say Never, this is a short film clearly targeted at fans of the show. Although the 3D lacks depth, much like the story, the movie is not a boring […]

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Jason Statham’s Blitz review

Every now and then Jason Statham remembers he’s British and stars in a film where he doesn’t have explosives attached to his body or is having sex in front of race fans at a horse track, but not very often.  He likes to make movies full of action that are also British like ‘The Bank […]

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Eyes Wide Open JLS 3D movie

About to star in 3D on the big screen, JLS, the British boy band is not just any pop act. The members Marvin Humes, Aston Merrygold, Ortise Williams and JB Gill with a host of No 1 hits in their collection have now moved to the big screen with Eyes Wide Open that features film, […]

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Lovefilm acquires MGM films

MGM, the major studio film distributor, may be a in a load of financial trouble at the moment, but they still made time to sign a contract with Lovefilm allowing their film archive to become part of the live streaming service. Lovefilm has spent the last few months building its film collection for the online […]

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British film funding concerns

The Department for Culture, Media & Sport announced Monday that as part of the government’s spending cutbacks the U.K. Film Council will be abolished, and many prominent figures in the film industry are raising some very pertinent questions about the decision. The biggest concern seems to be whether funding for the industry will also be […]

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