Throughout the 24-film James Bond franchise there are many sidekicks, villains, and actors to consider when choosing the best ones. Who do we think are they?
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Lauryn Berry shares her views on ‘The Prom’, Netflix’s adaptation of the hit Broadway musical starring Meryl Streep, James Corden and Nicole Kidman
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Despite a pair of solid performances and strong direction, News of the World falls short of being a great Western
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A cartoonish Twist is far from updated in this confusing heist film that portrays Bill Sykes as a predatory lesbian
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With high expectations after the previous Wonder Woman film and being the only superhero movie of 2020, did WW1984 prove itself to be as good as we wanted?
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Contributor Lucas Rohan covers ‘Crock of Gold’ a few rounds with Shane MacGowan. Covering the Pogues, London’s punk scene and more. Touching on MacGowans Irish heritage through his life.