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FilmJuice Loves

Out on release, on DVD, on Jan 24, FilmJuice just had to give you the heads up on The Reef. We loved it so much, we said so on the tin, as it were. Directed by Andrew Traucki. Starring Damian Walshe-Howling, Gyton Grantley and ...
 
 
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Remake My Day

Inception aside, 2010 was the year of the sequel. With originality sadly lacking in terms of box office receipts (although not absent from cinema screens) Toy Story, Shrek, Harry Potter and Twilight cleaned up. Sequels, as usua...
 

 
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Get The Conviction

With the release of Conviction we look at the most crucial advances in forensic science, and how they are used in our favorite films. Conviction, kicking off the new year, on Jan 14, is the powerful true story of Betty Anne Wat...
 
 
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Hollywood Heaven

We will remember them.
 

 
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Get Excited For 2011

Next year could be great, whet the appetite with this lot.
 
 
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The Best Of 2010

In many ways 2010 has been a bumper year for us filmgoers. While we’ve enjoyed the likes of Iron Man 2, and numerous other franchise installments, we have been treated to some hugely original pieces of work that prove you do no...
 

 
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Revenge Films

We take a look at some of the ultimate revenge moments ever depicted on the big screen! The Godfather The famous horse head scene in The Godfather proves that no-one should mess with Don Corleone. Kill Bill: Vol 1 Uma Thurman s...
 
 
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Movies About Hollywood

One thing the film industry loves doing making films about making films. Yet audiences love it to, giving us mere mortals a glimpse into the real Hollywood. This week sees the release of Somewhere, the new film from Lost In Tra...
 

 
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Europea Film Awards Winners

The Ghost Writer Tops European Film Academy Awards.
 
 
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Unusual Christmas Films

When December comes along, TV programmers grab the opportunity to wheel out It’s A Wonderful Life and the The Snowman again for the umpteenth time…