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    Film review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a real Marvel

    Posted Apr 02nd 2014, 10:44pm by James Mottram

    ... Anthony and Joe Russo Category: IIA Rating: 4/5   Three Iron Mans, two Thors and one Captain America, not to mention Joss Whedon's The Avengers and television series Marvel's Agents ... storyline also cleverly lays the groundwork for further Marvel films. Captain America has always been one of the less interesting Marvel heroes- he's a bit strait-laced compared to Iron Man- ...

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    Arts preview: a thread runs through “Promise Again for the First Time”

    Posted Apr 02nd 2014, 10:44pm by Vanessa Yung

    ... But the realisation that her iron-fist method of parenting did more harm than good was heart-wrenching." The artist was shocked by how powerful her work could be. She was motivated to create some works ...

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    The Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis draws on Bob Dylan's early years for inspiration

    Posted Apr 02nd 2014, 10:44pm by James Mottram

    ... was a really big presence for us, for everybody." Dylan was also from Minnesota, although "from the most northern part of the state", notes Joel, "where all the iron ore ...

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    Best in show: highlights of the Hong Kong International Film Festival

    Posted Mar 19th 2014, 11:19pm by Yvonne Teh

    ... Festival that year. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sino-French diplomatic relations, Huppert will attend the festival screening of her latest film, Catherine Breillat's Abuse of Weakness ...

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    Photographer William Furniss likes taking pictures in the rain

    Posted Mar 12th 2014, 10:42pm by Kylie Knott

    ... in the Aberdeen studio of Widerhall, the printing and mounting company he runs with his New York-born wife Jacqueline, Furniss reflects on how he landed in Hong Kong. "Ironically, I left Britain ...

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    Art house: Roar of the People looks at wartime life in Hong Kong

    Posted Feb 12th 2014, 11:26pm by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Tang Xiaodan (1910-2012) was no stranger to the genre: his Shanghai under Fire (1938) was one of the first Cantonese pictures to incorporate the Sino-Japanese conflict into its scenario. ...

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    Art house: HK’s first Putonghua feature, Orphan Island Paradise

    Posted Feb 05th 2014, 10:26pm by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Paul Fonoroff Paul Fonoroff In the history of Chinese cinema, few Hong Kong productions represented the hopes and dreams of mainland filmmakers more eloquently than Orphan Island Paradise. The classic film tells the grim story of the people of Shanghai as they fight invasion during the early stages of the Sino-Japanese war, when the foreign concessions administered by Western powers ...

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    Film review: Saving Mr Banks recounts the birth of Mary Poppins

    Posted Jan 22nd 2014, 11:05pm by Richard James Havis

    ... the book to him during the process. But he hasn't counted on her snooty, Iron Lady manner and pure disdain for anything American- especially his "cartoons", which she finds childish. ...

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    Film review: bespoke satirical comedy in Personal Tailor

    Posted Jan 22nd 2014, 11:05pm by Yvonne Teh

    ... successful director (Li Chengru) who wants to become an art-house auteur, and a poor cleaner (Song Dandan) who wants to taste the high life. Ironically, given Feng's affinity with the client ...

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    Get reel: local cinema

    Posted Jan 01st 2014, 03:13am by Yvonne Teh

    ... Yvonne Teh Hong Kong cinema is still alive. That may not seem like big news to many, but as someone who's been told for more than a decade now that the local film industry is dying, the very fact of its continued existence is cause for celebration. Admittedly, last year was not a stupendous one for Hong Kong movies. After all, there was no local equivalent to Iron Man ...




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