Variety
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Variety
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Deadline
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Variety
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Equal parts swoony YA romantic fantasy and hyperactive coming-of-age chronicle a la Xavier Dolan, this over-the-top exercise will intoxicate some while striking others as over-directed and overwrought.
TIME - Top Stories
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That makes Split seem like a fairly predictable thriller, and in some ways, it is: Shyamalans skill as a filmmakerhis instincts for crisp editing, his knack for navigating shifting points of viewhave always been stronger than his ideas. Thats true here, too, yet Split is compulsively watchable. Shyamalan takes care in building the mood early on, hinting, maybe, that one of the young women actually knows the abductor. The early kidnaping scene is creepy because its a little bit dreamy: Just as the women cant believe whats happening, we cant be totally sure we know what were watching. That mild confusion is part of the films design, and McAvoys character is key. He goes by several names in Split because, as you can guess by the films title, he suffers from multiple-personality disorder (clinically called dissociative personality disorder).
BBC News - Entertainment & Arts
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Bristol Post
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A seismic shift in how and where we work will take place by 2030, while new homes in Bristol look set to be pre-fabricated 'like cars' within the next five years, says property consultancy JLL. JLL has also created a glimpse into how your working day could look in 2030 with an eye-opening new film. It is based on new research by JLL Workspace, Reworked into how technology is shaping the workplace and will be shared at its annual South West Market Review in Bristol today as it...
ITV
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That is a really good observation. A lot of these film actors are really rather shy people and that is a big venue. 4000, 5000 people, in front of a big audience. This, from the Hollywood Film Awards a couple of years ago, he was absolutely fall down drunk accepting an award there.
Daily Express - Film
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ITV
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It is fun to see people, but I don't know, it is very surreal and bizarre. It feels like prom, except all the clothes are borrowed so you have to give them back. It is like a Cinderella prom. I haven't seen it yet. It is such a fabulous film. You said, I haven't seen it yet. It is such a fabulous film. You said that it is redcarpet season and the People's choice awards.
ITV
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.. this movie comes at the right time for Ryan Gosling, certainly expanding his career. Many well-known landmarks here and some little-known. This is Angels flight. There are particular parts of LA that I am fond of. We got to shoot a few of them in this film which is really great.
ITV
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And it's the film that's set to sweep the board at the Oscars, we'll be hearing from the stars of La La Land - Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. All Hello again, another really nice sunny winter's day for all of us.
Beijing Bulletin
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Variety
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Den of Geek
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South China Morning Post
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Now that everyone has a camera in his or her pocket, and the ability to present the whole planet with a fresh snap every few seconds, we seem to be living in a kaleidoscope of ill-composed and ill-exposed images. In the days of film, we were more conservative, each press of the shutter being carefully considered. Carrying a camera was a conscious decision and principally for holidays, maybe resulting in a slide show for friends upon return. Perhaps its time to become more reticent again...
ITV
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Still to come on today's show: Our doctors are tackling your medical concerns in around ten minutes. And it's the film everyone's making a song and dance about. We catch up with La La Land's stars, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, just after 11. But first, it just a waste of money? Alice Beer is here to tell us.
The Herald - Crime
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A driver who was allegedly involved in a road-rage clash with BBC Crimewatch host Jeremy Vine as he cycled home from work is to go on trial today for a series of motoring offences.
Japan Times
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In case you're wondering if the entire superhero film genre is being monopolized by Marvel, it is my regrettable duty to tell you that it ...
Daily Express - Film
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Variety
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The Iran Project
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On January 15, Bahrain carried out its first execution after a more than six-year hiatus. The executions of Shia activists Sami Mushaima, Abbas Jamil Tahir al-Sami’ and Ali Abdulshahid al-Singace came after the Court of Cassation upheld the death penalties given to the trio over allegations of killing a member of Emirati forces in al-Daih in March 2014. The defendants had denied the charges. Meanwhile, a video showing Bahrain using hooligans to suppress dissent has gone viral. Initially released in April 2012, the video shows hooligans ransacking a store while Bahraini security forces look on and even film the incident without trying to stop the raid. Bahrain, home to the US Navy's 5th Fleet, has been rocked by a wave of anti-regime demonstrations since the popular uprising began in the country in February 2011. Scores of people have been killed and hundreds of others wounded or detained amid Manama’s crackdown on dissent and widespread discrimination against the country’s Shia majority.
New York Times - Arts
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ITV
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Fantastic. Really pleased for Outlander. What about the other big winners? Tom Hanks, Sully. I love that film, he is amazing. He what he had to say, "the fans.