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Grimm season 6 episode 7 review: Blind Love

8 hours ago

Christine Horton Feb 20, 2017

Grimm has what feels like a final silly hurrah before things take a much darker turn for the end of the series...

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6.7 Blind Love

Grimm took a turn for the absurd this week in an episode that was for the most part silly, whimsical and played to the cast’s comedic talents. The one-off episode – which in no way adds to this final season’s narrative – feels like the ensemble just really wanted to serve up a slice of fun before the series finale next month.

It feels like that the writers are paying tribute to the cast’s time on the show, with flashbacks to Nick and Monroe’s first meeting (Truble »

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The Walking Dead season 7 episode 10 review: New Best Friends

18 hours ago

Ron Hogan Feb 20, 2017

The Walking Dead goes Mad Max in a well-paced episode that introduces another new community to season 7B...

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7.10 New Best Friends

The Walking Dead has never been shy about showing its influences. The whole point of the show is that it's a George Romero movie that never ends. Negan and the Saviors operate a bit like the Mongol horde did in the glory days of the Golden Horde, riding the open roads in vehicles, taking what they need, and giving communities the choice to either submit or die beneath their superior numbers and firepower—and an adept ability at breaching walls, for that matter. The Governor functioned as something like a cult leader, »

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The Bill, and the man missing one DVD from his collection

20 hours ago

Simon Brew Feb 20, 2017

Can you help one man collect every one of 2400 episodes of The Bill?

Perhaps we can all relate to this in some way. A man in Oxford has been busy collecting every episode of the now-cancelled TV show The Bill. The ITV police drama totted up 2,400 episodes in all and Abingdon’s Russell Highsmith has collected every one. Well, almost every one.

As the Oxford Mail reports, Highsmith is missing a part of series 19 of the show. His collection is effectively missing one DVD box, and despite trawls of charity shops, contacting the distributors and assorted online outlets, he can’t complete his collection.

There were 26 series of The Bill produced, and Highsmith needs the discs for series 19 parts one, two and three. The Oxford Mail has asked that anyone who can help get in touch. The reporter concerned, Sophie Grubb, can be contacted on email at sgrubb@nqo. »

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Rampage to be Dwayne Johnson’s next film, shoot starts April

20 hours ago

Simon Brew Feb 20, 2017

Dwayne Johnson is moving from the Jumanji remake to videogame adaptation Rampage...

He’s wrapped production on the remake of Jumanji, that’s heading to screens at the end of the year. Baywatch and Fast & Furious 8 are in the can for release during the summer. And now Dwayne Johnson has turned his attention to his next project.

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Of the many potential projects on his slate, it’s the adaptation of videogame Rampage that’s bubbled up to the top. It’s going to be loosely based around the 1980s game, although given the lack of plot to play with, there’s a fair amount of liberty that can easily be taken here.

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The Lion King remake starts recruiting its voice cast

20 hours ago

Simon Brew Feb 20, 2017

Jon Favreau’s new take on The Lion King is bringing in Donald Glover and James Earl Jones

In the first sign that Disney’s new take on The Lion King is motoring forward since it was originally announced, director Jon Favreau has taken to his Twitter feed to start announcing the cast for the new movie.

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Favreau will be using the same techniques he employed to bring The Jungle Book back to the big screen last year for The Lion King, and that means performance capture and a broad range of voice talent. In this case, Donald Glover is to take on the role of Simba this time around, taking on the part from Matthew Broderick. »

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Ghostbusters: lost scenes from original film discovered

21 hours ago

Mike Cecchini Feb 20, 2017

Long deleted scenes from the original Ghostbusters might finally see the light of day.

There are so many reasons that the original Ghostbusters is a strong movie that it's silly to try and recount them here. But one thing that doesn't often make it into those discussions is that there's no waste in Ghostbusters. The film clocks in at an economical 105 minutes, which seems positively quaint in an era when summer blockbusters all seem to have a far longer minute minimum.

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Would another 15 minutes genuinely make it a better movie? Almost certainly not. But that doesn't mean that we don't want to see what else was left on the cutting room floor. Whenever more Ghostbusters deleted scenes are discovered, »

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Girls season 6 episode 2 review: Hostage Situation

22 hours ago

Joe Matar Feb 20, 2017

Girls delivers a confusingly uneven episode that feels all over the place...

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6.2 Hostage Situation

I was down on the first bunch of episodes in the previous season of Girls. I found the comedy too broad and the tone unreal. However, last season regained its footing about halfway into its run to become one of the show’s best.

I mention this because, although the final season has plenty of time to turn things around, as of right now… hoo-boy. If I thought that the season premiere got a little too goofy (I did), I didn’t know what goofy was until I saw Hostage Situation. But it’s actually worse than that because »

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