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C’est La Vie! movie review

IT’S a shame that the powers-that-be changed the title of this new French movie from its original, Le Sens de la Fete, to another French phrase for its global release. English speakers may be more familiar with “C’est la vie”, in no small part due to that B*Witched earworm from …

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BlacKkKlansman review

IN 1972, an African-American police officer in Colorado Springs infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan. Reading the paper one day, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) finds a recruitment ad for the local KKK chapter. He calls the number and says he wants to join, making up some cockamamie story about his …

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The Simpsons Movie

FANS of The Simpsons Movie finally have something to look forward to — the long awaited sequel. Back in 2007, TV viewers flocked to cinemas to see their favourite dysfunctional family break on to the big screen, The Sun reports. The Simpsons Movie saw hapless dad-of-three, Homer, unwittingly condemn the …

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The Spy Who Dumped Me review

WHAT kind of movie The Spy Who Dumped Me is could be irrelevant. Sure, it’s an action comedy that borrows heavily from and subverts the likes of Bond, Bourne and Mission Impossible. But that’s just a platform for what is the movie’s primary purpose — to give Mila Kunis and …

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On Chesil Beach movie review

THAT first night as a married couple is supposed to be special. Or more likely, you’re so exhausted the two of you collapse into a heap on the bed, snoring within minutes. What that first night is not “supposed” to be is two virginal newlyweds, hand-in-hand, walking toward the imposing …

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Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon

IN one scene from their lighthearted, exuberant spy flick, Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis are negotiating with an intimidating MI6 chief played by X-Files icon Gillian Anderson. “You’re the boss?” asks a delighted Morgan (Kate). “And yet you have not sacrificed one ounce of femininity. That is the Beyonce of …

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