Tag Archives: Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Cinema Review – Swiss Army Man

Alone on an island after a shipwreck, Hank (Paul Dano) has given up hope and is trying to hang himself when he sees a body on the beach. Although the man – who Hank christens Manny (Daniel Radcliffe) is dead – Hank soon sees a benefit from his new companion; his constant flatulence. As Hank tries to get home, and strikes up a strange friendship with Manny, he explores life, love and his relationships. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – 10 Cloverfield Lane

After leaving her fiancé in a hurry, and being sideswiped by a car, Michelle (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) wakes up in a cellar, injured and shackled to a wall. Her captor Howard (John Goodman) insists that he saved her from a terrible fate, since there has been an attack on the world above. Sceptical, Michelle enlists Emmett (John Gallagher Jr.) – the only other person in the bunker – to make good their escape, not knowing what kind of world waits for them above. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Kill the Messenger

Investigative journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner) becomes the centre of a vicious smear campaign after he exposes the CIA’s involvement in the crack cocaine epidemic of LA in the 1980s. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Smashed

After years of drinking, Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) reaches crisis point, and realises that her alcohol use is more akin to abuse. Even though her husband Charlie (Aaron Paul) is not on the same page as her, Kate decides that sobriety is the right choice for her. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Abraham Lincoln; Vampire Hunter

Abraham Lincoln – fondly known as Honest Abe – was not as honest as history would have us believe. Throughout his life, he secretly fought and killed vampires for the benefit of the American people, while trying to run the nation and hold his family together. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Scott Pilgrim Vs The World

Scott Pilgrim – an awesome 23 year old, who is between jobs – falls for the new girl in town; Ramona Flowers. Before they can date, however, Scott must defeat Ramona’s seven evil exes who have banded together to form The League of Evil Exes, and take Scott down. Continue reading

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