Tag Archives: Catherine Zeta-Jones

Cinema Review – Red 2

Frank (Bruce Willis) is pulled out of retirement when a missing nuclear device threatens the world. Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) is only too glad to join the crew as Marvin (John Malkovich) and Victoria (Helen Mirren) must deal with some new, and not so new, foes. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Broken City

New York City cop Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg) is relieved of his duty after being tried and acquitted of murder. Several years later, as Billy is working as a private investigator, he stumbles onto corruption that goes all the way to the stop. Continue reading

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JDIFF 2013 Review – Side Effects

When Emily Taylor’s (Rooney Mara) husband Martin (Channing Tatum) is released from a lengthy jail spell for insider trading, she suddenly finds herself unable to cope with the change in her life. After inflicting violence on herself, she is recommended to Dr Banks (Jude Law), a shrink who tries to medicate her through her troubles. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Lay the Favourite

Beth (Rebecca Hall) is a small town girl with dreams of a glamorous life. When she tires of her job as a private dancer, she packs up and heads to Las Vegas in search of her fortune. Within days of moving into a fleabag motel at the wrong end of the Strip, Beth is introduced to Dink (Bruce Willis), who introduces her to the world of professional gambling. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Rock of Ages

Small town girl Sherrie (Julianne Hough) and city boy Drew (Diego Boneta) meet on the Hollywood Strip. They have dreams of stardom, but must pay their dues working in the famous Bourbon Room where they encounter each other, adversity and take a step toward fame. Continue reading

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