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Rapman + Bobbi Zion – The Visit | Music Video

  Rapman hits us with another powerful visual for a track off his Seven Days EP titled “The Visit”, which features Bobbi Zion. The South London storyteller talks on his own experience of prison visits, with Bobbi Zion playing the prisoner in the visual.   Rapman who plays the visitor in the video has a deep and meaningful conversation with[…]

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‘Legend’ Tops UK Box Office With Record-Breaking September Opening | Film News

  Scoring both the biggest ever September opening and the biggest opening for a British 18-rated production, Tom Hardy’s Kray Twins drama Legend effortlessly took the box office number one spot over the weekend, with an impressive £5,189,074 take. This is the highest opening weekend for a film with Tom Hardy in the lead role, narrowly beating Mad Max: Fury Road earlier[…]

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‘The Visit’: Found Footage Gives An Unforgettable Cinema Experience | Film Review

  The recent success of The Visit in the United States box office is a direct result due to a number of contributing factors, but the most important factor has to be the use of found footage – which features so prominently within this film. Found Footage is able to generate an atmosphere that is incredibly intense, therefore extra tension[…]

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Is M. Night Shyamalan Back To His Former Best In ‘The Visit’ | Film News

  It is too soon to tell but based on the latest film reviews coming out of the United States, it seems that M. Night Shyamalan’s recent horror flick The Visit has become a critical hit. With M. Night Shyamalan, his film career is most comparable to that of a rollercoaster ride, with both the high points and the low[…]

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Joaquin Phoenix And M. Night Shyamalan To Collaborate On New Film For Blumhouse | Film News

  A lot has changed since 2004, when Joaquin Phoenix took the lead role in The Village, the second of his two collaborations with director M. Night Shyamalan (after 2002’s Signs). M. Night Shyamalan has gone from a critically worshipped and commercially successful director to the cultural laughing stock behind such cinematic travesties as The Last Airbender and After Earth.[…]

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