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Description When a revolution breaks out on a Caribbean island, Sparks Moran concocts a plan to increase his riches whereby he rescues and then kills loyalists, blaming their deaths on a mysterious sea monster. H... more


Description Remake of the 1953 film 'Pickup On South Street' which tells of a pickpocket who steals a girl's wallet and finds himself involved in espionage... more


Description Arturo Bandini (Colin Farrell, MIAMI VICE) is a down-and-out writer in 1930s Los Angeles who dreams of making it big. He begins a relationship with Camilla Lopez (Salma Hayek, TIMECODE), a waitress wh... more


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“Up Town Thrill?”

published 19/05/2011

Decent effort by Affleck

Bit silly

...Ben would leave the acting to Matt though. The Town, adapted from Chuck Hogan's book 'Prince of Theives', is a return to Affleck's roots, he a Boston boy through and through, this a Boston movie. It's his first serious movie away from romcom and big budget for a while and some say his best performance so far. The rather topical Gone Baby Gone, released around the time of the McCann's child...

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“A Town Called Panic”

published 17/02/2014

Zanny and Wonderfully Bizzare

A Little Too Long

...Director: Vincent Patar A Town Called Panic is a French stop-motion animation movie that is definitely up there as one of the most bizarre pieces I?ve watched so far. The story is quite difficult to summarise as it comprises mainly of a string of insane little set pieces and shenanigans. The main 3 characters are a Cowboy, an Indian and a Horse. They live together in a little house. Horse is...

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Humour, Cast

None really

...I watched the DVD of this this morning. Although I watched the DVD, I did not watch any of the extras so this is a film only review. I'd wanted to see this film for quite some time as I am a fan of Ricky Gervais' work and had heard good things about this film. Therefore, I was happy when this fell on my doormat from my DVD rental company. *Plot* We are introduced to Bertram Pincus, a grumpy...

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