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I mean to be honest, I'm actually still in shock, that Tony is gone. He was a great man, mentor, director, film maker and an ambassador of UK Film & the BFI.

While many of you may deem his act of suicide as a selfish act, and yes it is a selfish act. But Tony lived by the simple law and this was that
"Your mind and your vision is your everything, and well if you don't have that... What do you have?"

If he did have inoperable brain cancer in the end of the day, that simple quote from the man himself, sums up the reason why he did such a selfless act, to avoid not only the suffering of himself but those around him.

Tony was a great man and a grand friend and an excellent ambassador and he shall be missed in a day that is a tragedy not only for Hollywood but also for UK Film and Shepperton Studios

R.I.P Tony
@superman81 While I agree that the news article shouldn't have been posted. But after all it is film related news and Movieweb is a media based news site particularly for film.
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Very good review @bawnian-dexeus nut come on dude, you could have said a lot more about the cinematography, I reckon. To me it has the finest cinematography I've seen this year if not the best.

I'd definately recommend it @skywise , I'll try and get my review up sometime soon they just keep piling up lol
This part in the film is brilliant.

By far this is the best Bond film to date and is definately up there with Casino Royale & Goldeneye in my opinion
@themoviefanatic Youtube search the name of the short film 'A Royal Arrival'
This was pretty awesome the best part was when the interaction came in and you saw 2 people jump from the chopper into the stadium.

Danny Boyle's Opening Ceremony was the definition of what it means to be British as well as to create an event to inspire generations before and after
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How about Kevin Eastman... www.shutthef*ckup.com

Considering the project has been delayed a variety of times and the synopsis is technically Transformers in the TMNT universe... Not impressed and WHERE THE FOOK IS THE SHREDDER.

Who really wants to see KRANG, Bebop & Rocksteady?
@thomasclarke Good review dude, saw this over the weekend, enjoyed it alot. I was shocked that Drake & Nicki Minaj were in the film
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@Zak-Lee-Ferguson I felt it was kind of a cop-out but Deniro was really good in this and I enjoyed his performance
Jay.A.Ottley wrote a comment about the news item Oz: The Great and Powerful Poster
Wow this poster is just bad, I'll see how this turns out but not counting on something amazing... especially with the credit 'From the producer of Alice In Wonderland'
Jay.A.Ottley wrote a comment about the news item The Awakening Trailer
@skywise Yeah it is this ghost story is really good, I have a review written somewhere which I wrote after I saw it last year... I'll post it up for you within the next few days
@dan1 loooool

www.ThankYouDan.co.uk :)
Jay.A.Ottley wrote a comment about the news item Edgar Wright Completes Ant-Man Test Reel
@bawnian-dexeus @skywise @Michael-Kolesik

Also can't see any tweets from Wright about viewing footage for Ant-Man... So I really have very small validity on this article, especially when they've just started principal photography on At World's End
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@ibeatcancer I think Wright needs to scrap Ant Man and bring us Brandon
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Jay.A.Ottley wrote a comment about the news item Edgar Wright Completes Ant-Man Test Reel
@skywise I guess I was never fond of Ant-Man, but I'll watch it if Wright and Cornish are writing with Wright in the directing chair.

Also hoping that Wright starts doing a Brandon Generator flick, as well.
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@bawnian-dexeus But why would you need to do that when you've already been signed on to write and direct with producers already backing you.