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Film, "Cuban Fury": The Taste of British Salsa

"Cuban Fury": The Taste of British Salsa

Being about a meek Englishman who digs deep to unearth his dormant charisma, this first official solo Nick Frost star vehicle goes a safe and familiar route. Frost originated the idea and produced the film, written by Jon Brown and…
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Film, Film Feature You Look Familiar: <i>The World's End</i> Has New Villains and Old Emotional Problems

You Look Familiar: The World's End Has New Villains and Old Emotional Problems

Despite coming from three different genres, "The Cornetto Trilogy," the films that director Edgar Wright co-wrote with star Simon Pegg, does have a number of themes in common. The trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World'sEnd, which…
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Film, "The World's End": Pub Crawl of the Apocalypse

"The World's End": Pub Crawl of the Apocalypse

Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright, both still best-loved in America for 2004's zombie comedy Shaun of the Dead, say they developed the idea for The World's End during the press tour for their second movie, 2007's cop-movie homage Hot…
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Film, <i>Paul</i>: Sci-Fi Comedy Heavy on References, Light on Laughs

Paul: Sci-Fi Comedy Heavy on References, Light on Laughs

Paul, it should be noted up-front, is not the third installment in the so-called Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy featuring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, though there are indeed servings of both. Note the one key missing element: Edgar Wright,…
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