2018年1月12日 星期五

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Mark Wahlberg refused to approve Christopher Plummer for All the Money reshoots until he was paid
Mark Wahlberg refused to approve Christopher Plummer for All the Money reshoots until he was paid
Boiling lobsters alive ruled an act of cruelty in Switzerland
Boiling lobsters alive ruled an act of cruelty in Switzerland
The Sportsman: Elegant yet approachable dishes from a Michelin-starred English seaside pub
The Sportsman: Elegant yet approachable dishes from a Michelin-starred English seaside pub
Over the past two decades, the number of female directors in Hollywood has barely changed
Over the past two decades, the number of female directors in Hollywood has barely changed
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1987: When the Day Comes is like a very long and complicated episode of Law & Order
1987: When the Day Comes is like a very long and complicated episode of Law & Order
A somewhat melodramatic retelling of an episode in South Korean history
The real reason to see Mountain is because it's there The real reason to see Mountain is because it's there

Chris Knight: In spite of the sometimes lofty turns of phrase, Mountain is most awe-inspiring in its…

Aida's Secrets; family mysteries in the shadow of the Holocaust Aida's Secrets; family mysteries in the shadow of the Holocaust

Chris Knight: Aida seems to have been intent to take a few secrets to her grave

A book titled Fire and Fury that was published 10 years ago is an unexpected bestseller A book titled Fire and Fury that was published 10 years ago is an unexpected bestseller

As they say, any publicity is good publicity, even if it is incidental

Georgina Chapman to receive $15 million – $20 million in Harvey Weinstein divorce Georgina Chapman to receive $15 million – $20 million in Harvey Weinstein divorce

They reportedly signed the agreement in December, marking almost exactly a year of marriage

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The Commuter is a 'marvellous' train-bound thriller worthy of Hitchcock
The Commuter is a 'marvellous' train-bound thriller worthy of Hitchcock
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