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Review: ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, Curiouser And Curiouser

Six years ago, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland caught the early wave of the modern 3D era and became a big financial success, fairly demanding that a sequel would be forthcoming. Now the generally darker sequel has arrived, based on...

The Many Faces Of Helena Bonham Carter

This week Sarah Gavron's Suffragette premieres, a drama about some of the heroines of the early women's rights movements. With a subject like that it is no surprise it has a veritable crème de la crème of actresses starring in...

Review: Branagh's CINDERELLA Has Grace But Lacks Charm

Kindness doesn't cost... Love doesn't cost... Such are the paraphrased pronouncements at a key point of Kenneth Branagh's tempered and well measured take on the oft-told tale of "Cinderella". Perhaps more to the point, grace doesn't cost. And if the many...

THE KING'S SPEECH Recut For PG-13 Rating. R Rated Version To Be Withdrawn From Theatres.

If The King's Speech takes home the hardware at the Oscar's on Sunday audiences won't be able to see the version of the film that won.True to his word, Harvey Weinstein has supervised a re-edit of The King's Speech, removing...

'The King's Speech' heard loud and clear at BAFTAs

The BAFTAs have concluded on the other side of the pond and The King's Speech clearly had home field advantage taking home seven awards including acting awards for Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush. The film also won Best...

It's Already In Theatres But That May Not Stop Harvey Weinstein From Re-Cutting THE KING'S SPEECH

Though it's already the second highest grossing specialty release of 2010 in its R-rated version, Harvey Weinstein is considering re-editing and re-releasing The King's Speech to squeeze a little more juice out of the flurry of Oscar nominations received by...

THE KING'S SPEECH review

Going into "The King's Speech", it's hard not to be cynical. After all, before viewing even one frame of the film, it's already begging for Oscars. All the pieces are in place: A historical picture (check) about the British Royal...

London 2010: THE KING'S SPEECH Review

[Our thanks to Shelagh Rowan-Legg for the following review.]Winner of the Cadillac People's Choice Award at TIFF 2010, it's hardly surprising that The King's Speech would be getting probably the most attention of any film at LFF this year. It...