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Key to the remit for a big summer blockbuster is a big, dumb story, action a-plenty, jaw-dropping special effects, a smattering of humour amid a typically hyperbolic Hollywood script.
Burghfield Common hunk Ricky Whittle has been hailed as the “red hot favourite” to win Strictly Come Dancing.
John Krasinski stars as Burt and Maya Rudolph is Verona in Sam Mendes’ new comedy flick Away We Go.
When Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol you can bet he did not expect Hollywood to steal his ghostly concept and Californianise it.
Tonight Hollyoaks hunk and Burghfield Common beefcake Ricky Whittle will go toe-to-toe with Lower Shiplake sex siren Ali Bastian in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Visit the jewel in the crown of Berkshire’s countryside this weekend and witness the romantic entanglements of two of our most famous literary female figures.
Richard Curtis made his name writing British feel-good films – including Love Actually – so it’s little surprise his latest effort, The Boat That Rocked, is also a UK-based ensemble comedy.
It is generally fair to say that remakes are rubbish. And it seems that none are more so than remakes of horror movies, seminal or otherwise.
It was all “sex and drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” at a stately home in Lower Basildon last summer when a film crew came to call.
Little Miss Sunshine – a quirky indie film – was 2006’s surprise hit.