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‘Forgetting Ed Miliband’ Co-Starring Russell Brand

Forgetting Ed Miliband with Russell Brand

Here in the UK the General Election is over, with the entire nation delighted at the result. But what has become of Labour leader Ed Miliband? Shortly after the results were in he was seen heading off on a sunseeker’s holiday. Thanks to this remix of Forgetting Sarah Marshall we can all be brought up to date.
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80s Themed Action Sensation ‘Kung Fury’ – Full Movie

Watch Kung Fury Full Movie

There’s only one movie worth seeing this weekend, and it’s right here. Kung Fury stars a kung fu cop in the ’80s sent back in time to kill Hitler. The project began life as a trailer to raise funds on KickStarter and it exceeded the original target goal of $200k, but with $630k total fell short of the feature film goal of $1 million. So the end result is only 31 minutes, but it packs more creativity into those minutes than infinity hours of Michael Bay.
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Should The Jurassic World Dinosaurs Have Feathers?

Should The Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Have Feathers?

One thing that’s striking about Jurassic World is it’s been 22 years since Jurassic Park, and our knowledge of what dinosaurs looked like has changed a fair bit in that time, but nothing seems to have been updated. They’re still ‘bald’. Was this the right move?
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Next Stop FURY ROAD – Part 3: Beyond Thunderdome (Rethinking The Ugly Stepchild Of The Franchise)

FURY ROAD - Part 3: Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Review

In one particularly snarky corner of the blogosphere known as “film journalism” there are a few movie tentpoles that draw particular ire from the shlubby masses.
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Next Stop FURY ROAD – Part 2: The Road Warrior

FURY ROAD - Part 2: Mad Max Road Warrior Review

When I found out my pal and fellow Movie Moron writer David Williams (DNWilliams) hadn’t seen the original Mad Max trilogy, I shot him in the heart I insisted that he watch them so we could geek out together. Now he’s racing to finish them before the fourth installment FURY ROAD (all CAPS mandatory) hits theaters this Friday. This is Part 2 of the result. Enjoy!
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Next Stop FURY ROAD – Part 1: The Original Mad Max

Next Stop FURY ROAD - Part 1: The Original Mad Max Review

When I found out my pal and fellow Movie Moron writer David Williams (DNWilliams) hadn’t seen the original Mad Max trilogy, I shot him in the heart and insisted that he watch them so we could geek out together. Now he’s racing to finish them before the fourth installment FURY ROAD (all CAPS mandatory) hits theaters this Friday. This is the result. Enjoy!
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Avengers: Age Of Ultron – Review (Midnight Movie Madness)

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Review

Shortly following The Age Of Adaline comes The Age Of Ultron, the second team-up for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Hawkeye. This time they’re facing off against sarcastic cgi and a Russian Usain Bolt. Will they survive, or will Captain America: Civil War have to be cancelled?
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Stephen King’s ‘It’ Remake Casts Clown Pennywise

The idea has been floating for years but filming is finally set to begin on the remake of Stephen King’s It. Give everyone involved a balloon.
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Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ – First Pictures

Seven are magnificent, but eight are hateful. Quentin Tarantino is back in the Old West and reuniting with a number of his past collaborators, resurrecting the careers of so many faded-star actors that it’ll take a while to count. The story’s set in post-Civil War Wyoming, where bounty hunters try to find shelter during a blizzard but get involved in a plot of betrayal and deception. Who will survive?
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‘Vacation’ Reboot – Red Band Trailer

'Vacation' Reboot - Red Band Trailer

Chevy Chase’s Vacation film franchise has been rebooted with Ed Helms at the, er, helm.
He’s Rusty Griswold, the teenage son last time, now all grown up and taking his family on the same cross-country trip to Wally World theme park, to spice things up with his wife and reconnect with his kids. Misadventures ensue.
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SXSW Film Recap – Reviews Of Unfriended, Spy, Lost River & Many More

SXSW Film Reviews 2015South by Southwest (SXSW) is an annual collection of festivals covering music, interactive, and most importantly, film. Staged in Austin, Texas, it began in 1987 and has been growing every year since. Here’s my recap of 2015’s film crop, reviewing a few you’ve already heard of and a whole bunch you’re probably discovering for the first time. A lot of these titles will get some sort of general release later this year so find out here what you should be looking forward to!
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Road To Furious 7: Fast & Furious 6

Road To Furious 7: Fast & Furious 6 Review

The seventh Fast & Furious movie has hit cinemas. We’ve been taking a look back over the series, and now we’ve come to the end of the road.
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New Joker Revealed

New Joker Revealed for Suicide Squad

Jared Leto is taking the Joker role in the upcoming ‘villain vs villain’ DC movie Suicide Squad. After the hints and speculation his look has been revealed in full for the first time. It’s pretty extreme, it’s pretty Annie Lennox.
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