tue 27/02/2024

Neil Smith

Articles By Neil Smith

Country Strong

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Barney's Version

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The Tourist

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Machete

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The Social Network

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Eat Pray Love

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Salt

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The A-Team

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Toy Story 3

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Tetro

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The Cannes Film Festival: Stormy Weather

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