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Yinka Neil


Naked men (and women) singing

The British comedy Confetti seems to have it all: nudists, tennis-playing freaks and overzealous musical devotees.

I could be your hero baby

Hollywoodland Direted by: Allen Coulter Starring: Adrien Brody, Diane Lane, Ben Affleck Rated: R Hollywoodland follows the tragic suicide of George Reeves, television's Superman in the 1950s.

Whatever lola wants

While the title is somewhat misleading (sorry, no sex guys), this British comedy/melodrama is surprisingly touching and funny.

Justice, 50 years later

In August 1955, a 14-year-old African American named Emmett Louis Till left Chicago to visit relatives in Money, Mississippi; during his stay he was killed for whistling at a white woman and became a catalyst for the American Civil Rights Movement.

Paradise is not lost

Director Hany Abu-Assad has created a masterpiece in Paradise Now, the story of Said (Kais Nashef) and Khaled (Ali Suliman), two Palestinian friends preparing for a suicide bombing in Tel-Aviv.

Fee fie foe fum

Gosford Park scribe Julian Fellowes' new film Separate Lies almost hits the nail on the head but falls short.

Fantastic... Once it ends

Fantastic Four fans, don't look! Once again another classic Marvel comic has been ruined. Director Tim Story seems to have done the best he could with an underdeveloped script and bad acting.

The Batman Review

Ever wonder how Batman came to be? If so, Batman Begins is the movie to see. Director Christopher Nolan (Memento, Insomnia) focuses the movie on the man in the bat.

Japanese Fantasy

Hayao Miyazaki has returned to create another piece of phenomenal animation that his fans will not be disappointed to see.
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