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Daily Archives: April 6, 2016

Sometimes a song used within a film fits so perfectly that it would be criminal to imagine the scene it’s used in without it, whilst at the same time, a song can instantly remind a person of that very scene. The memorable songs played in films, whether serving as simple backing music or more directly infused within a scene can… Read more »

06 April 2016 | Features, Other Lists

Edward Thomas “Tom” Hardy (born 15 September, 1977) is the only child of Cambridge-educated writer Edward “Chips” Hardy and artist mother Anne, and grew up in East Sheen, London. His formative years were anything but boring. He was expelled from Reeds public school (for stealing), arrested for joyriding in a stolen Mercedes while in possession of a gun when he… Read more »

06 April 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Everyone is familiar with film noir, the American genre that flowered during the Second World War, and which produced a series of feverish dramas, equal parts cynical and romantic, where private eyes got lost in the labyrinths of organised crime or an innocent Joe was seduced by a femme fatale. Whatever the story, the narrative seemed polluted by an urban-borne… Read more »

06 April 2016 | Features, Film Lists