Pride & Prejudice (2005) Review

Elizabeth Bennet along with her four sisters Jane, Mary, Kitty and Lydia are living in Georgian England and about to have their lives turned upside down when wealthy young Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy arrive. Could this be the answer Mrs Bennet has been waiting for her daughters to marry?

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Match Point (2005) Review

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Chris Wilton is a former tennis pro and when working at an upscale club in London coaching tennis he meets Tom Hewett as a client, it doesn’t take long for Chris to meet his family and get involved with his sister Chloe while being infatuated with Nola Rise the fiancé of Tom.

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The History Boys (2006) Review

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A group of young men at Culter’s Grammar School have the change to be accepted into Oxford or Cambridge and must work hard to ensure they get the final grades and have a little bit extra. Taught by some very different eccentric teachers, trying to show that you can learn more outside the classroom as well as in it.

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News: No Sequel For Calendar Girls

I couldnt really see how a sequel would have worked when it was based on a true story.

Dame Helen Mirren’s co-star in Calendar Girls has laughed off reports of a sequel to the hit film – insisting the movie has produced enough spin-offs already.

Penelope Wilton starred alongside Mirren in the surprise 2003 smash, which chronicled the real-life story of a group of Women’s Institute members who produced a nude calendar to raise money for charity.

The movie grossed a massive $93 million (£62 million) worldwide and was this year turned into a hit West End show, while an anniversary calendar has just hit the U.K. shelves – but Wilton is adamant there won’t be another film.

She says, “I know a new tenth anniversary calendar has just come out, and there is a stage show as well, but I don’t believe there should be a new film. The Calendar Girls brand has gone as far as it can go.”