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Lincoln movie review: four snore and seven years ago

Steven Spielberg’s biopic of Abraham Lincoln arrives with a star-studded cast, no cheese and measured direction. So how can that be a bad thing?

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War Horse movie review: Spielberg’s semi-inspirational equine

Is it a good or bad thing when an animal out acts a human cast? Joey, aka War Horse, is the eponymous photogenic thoroughbred at the heart of Steven Spielberg’s latest glossily produced middle of the road fare – essentially a collection of seven or eight handsomely shot World War I short films stuck together [...]

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The Adventures of Tintin movie review: faithful but strangely soulless

It’s rarely a good idea for a reviewer to read analysis of a film before formulating their own, but one criticism of Steven Spielberg’s long-awaited adaptation of Hergé’s beloved Tintin graphic novels — the first in a trilogy co-produced by Peter Jackson — bounded across the film world so loudly it could hardly be ignored. [...]

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Spielberg set to helm WikiLeaks movie

Veteran blockbuster director Steven Spielberg this week bought the rights to Guardian journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding’s book WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy, kicking off a chain of events that will do doubt culminate in a Hollywood treatment of the notorious whistle blower’s story. It was always a question of when rather [...]

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First glimpse on the set of Spielberg/Jackson Tintin movie

On Friday Empire Online unveiled the first photograph from the set of DreamWorks’ highly anticipated Spielberg-directed Tintin movie, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. Spielberg has teamed up with Peter Jackson to direct and produce three back-to-back Tintin features. They will reportedly direct at least one of them each, with no final [...]

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Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay – bruddas from other muddas?

Yesterday director Michael Bay – oh ye of brainless explosion-fests what brung us Armageddon, Pearl Harbor and The Island  – wrote on his official website’s forums that he sat next to Steven Spielberg in a Sony theatre where they alone watched Bay’s sequel to his 2007 smash hit Transformers, titled Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. [...]

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