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  1. Interview with Nancy Meyers Director of ‘Its Complicated’

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    Article by Fabafterfifty    Fabafterfifty was thrilled to be offered an exclusive interview with ‘It’s Complicated’ acclaimed writer-director Nancy Meyers (‘The Holiday’, ‘Something’s Gotta Give’  It’s Complicated’ is a hilarious comedy For anyone who missed the film, we have some great clips! The film has an all-star cast including two-time Academy AwardTM winner Meryl Streep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin. It’s Complicated, is a hilarious comedy about love, divorce and everything in between!  Nominated for three Golden GlobesTM including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Screenplay, It’s Complicated is released on DVD and Blu-ray on 10 May 2010 from Universal Pictures (UK). Jane (Streep; Julie & Julia,...
  2. Film Review The King’s Speech with Colin Firth

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    Article by Fabafterfifty I was totally enthralled from beginning to end. The performances from Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter were superb, as we were taken back  to a bygone era, where sense of duty and decency were admired and respected. The journey of this quiet, unassuming family man, who just happened to be born a prince, and who’s stammer caused him to be pitied and ridiculed  as he overcame his speech  impediment to be able  communicate with conviction, authority and empathy with an empire at war on  unexpectedly becoming King was nothing less than inspirational. > ...
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