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The World's End: Movie Review

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Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost once joked that Shaun of the Dead was the start of a Cornetto trilogy, named after the three flavors of a British ice cream cone. And now they've finished this trilogy with The World's End, the darkest and most personal of the three. Though it doesn't compare in terms of jokes, and it's a little more...

Edgar Wright's 'The World's End' is Shooting, Adds a Hobbit to the Cast

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Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg Writing The World's End
It's go time on Edgar Wright's latest The World's End, which we knew would star Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. But who else is in this cast? Not only does Wright have an eye for talent, he's been great at getting some of England's best in his previous movies. As it turns out, he's added some ringers.

LA Film Fest: Tyrannosaur

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Actor Paddy Considine has been at his most powerful and frightening in the midlands dramas of Shane Meadows (A Room for Romeo Brass, Dead Man’s Shoes). The LA Film Fest presents his first film as director, Tyrannosaur, which adopts the same tone of inchoate anger and ups the grimness, taking us a bit further north to Leeds and a world of drab cul-de-sacs, old pubs...

Submarine: Movie Review

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If Submarine - A coming of age tale about a young boy (Craig Roberts) trying to understand his current romance and his parent's dysfunctional marriage - sounds familiar, that's probably unavoidable. Reaching adulthood, and unerstanding that your parents are humans too is something most people go through, and so filmmakers as diverse as David Lynch, Francois Truffaut,...

Sundance 2011: Review--Richard Ayoade's Submarine Doesn't Disappoint

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I could kiss Richard Ayoade, and very nearly did when I ran into him between screenings at Sundance. Not only is he devilishly handsome, but he's proven himself as a writer and director with his new film.  Submarine is one of those films you find yourself daydreaming about days after. It's not the story itself that really sticks with you, it's the...