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Did you know that the The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the first feature film in the history of cinema to be shot and projected at 48 frames per second? The result is smoother, more realistic motion and a better 3D experience.

And there's also Season 3 of Downton Abbey; did you know that Dame Maggie Smith (who plays Violet Crawley) has never watched an episode of the show? She says she's too much of a perfectionist to ever watch herself onscreen.


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Set in 1920 as England recovers from The Great War, the epic third series sees the return of all of the much-loved characters in the sumptuous setting of Downton Abbey... Click here for more
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Love your thrillers with a little bit of noir thrown in? I, Anna is a flick directed by Charlotte Rampling's son, Barnaby Southcombe who makes his directorial debut here. Rampling plays the rather mysterious Anna, a single... Click here for more
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Samsara is certainly a movie that'll get you talking as it offers viewers a glimpse into cultures and traditions from all around the world (a total of 25 countries over the course of almost five years to be precise). Sure, some of the images and scenes... Click here for more
08/05/2013
Think any novel is un-filmable? Well, Life of Pi is living proof that thanks to today's technology, almost anything is do-able when it comes to modern-day movie-making. Nabbing four Oscars, this flick explores the 227 days that a teenager spends drifting across the Pacific Ocean.... Click here for more
08/05/2013
When you market a horror as being based on the true story of the most terrifying poltergeist haunting in British history, you'd better deliver the goods. Luckily, When the Lights Went Out will get all of those horror buffs quaking in their boots... Click here for more
08/05/2013
As the Civil War rages, two families seek vengeance against each other in this bloody long-standing feud as they unmercifully attempt to destroy each other's loved ones. The most violent family feud in American history... Click here for more