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Coming from the same writer as the original Lethal Weapon movie, one has to wonder if that same magic has been captured again in this recent “buddy movie”? Now that The Nice Guys is about to drop on DVD & Blu Ray release, it is time to revisit this movie to see if it’s worth the purchase or rent out for a night.

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If director Ridley Scott didn’t get his fill of lifetime achievement recognition during last year’s awards season, when his film “The Martian” was on a crash course with Oscar night, the American Cinematheque was ready and willing to oblige.

The org honored Scott with its 30th annual honor Friday night. Actor Russell Crowe served as host of the evening’s festivities.

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Russell Crowe is a supporter of the film festival in the name of his late friend.

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DRACULA star Luke Evans has revealed the Universal Monsters film franchise will happen with Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, Javier Bardem and Johnny Depp.

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He’s the man behind one of Australia’s most beloved family ballets, George Ogilvie is also the bloke who kick started Russell Crowe’s movie career. The 85-year-old has directed for the small and big screen, but his real passion is the stage which is why a semi-retired Mr Ogilvie was lured back to work by the Australian Ballet, to revisit one of his career highlights, Coppelia.

It’s an important piece in The Australian Ballet’s history, performed during the company’s inaugural season in 1962 and then revived in 1979 in a new production by The Australian Ballet’s founding Artistic Director Dame Peggy van Praagh and Mr Ogilvie.

Coppelia is on stage at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre though to 1 October, before touring to Sydney Opera House for a festive-season run from 2 to 21 December.

See our interview with George Ogilvie, including stories of directing Dame Joan Sutherland, Mel Gibson’s stage acting skills and how a little orthodontic intervention helped him kick-start Russell Crowe’s film career.

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Russell Crowe will host the 30th annual American Cinematheque Award Tribute to Ridley Scott on October 14 at the Beverly Hilton. Crowe won the Best Actor Oscar for Scott’s 2000 Best Picture winner Gladiator, and the pair have also collaborated on American Gangster and A Good Year as well as Crowe productions Robin Hood and Body of Lies, to name a few. Matt Damon will make the presentation to Scott, and other in-person tributes include Noomi Rapace, Katherine Waterston, Sigourney Weaver and Kristen Wiig.


The Nice Guys is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms from 26th September 2016

Ahh kids. Tiny people with demands greater than Mariah Carey’s dressing room rider. Who’d have ‘em, eh? In the case of Ryan Gosling’s character in The Nice Guys, Holland March, parenting can be more stressful for some than others. Especially when you’re a private detective of questionable merit, and your precocious daughter (Holly March, played by Angourie Rice) is a 13-going-on-30 mini adult who is arguably more sensible than her Dad…

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Presently ranked No 18 in the world on the ATP World Tour, Rohan Bopanna is a US Open finalist, Wimbledon semi-finalist, double Olympian and a global doubles phenomenon.

Placed third in the world, Rohan is also globally recognised for his work in the non-profit sector and has been honoured with the title of ‘Champion For Peace’ for his work with friend Aisam Qureshi. He has just returned from the Rio Olympics 2016. Apart from tennis, Rohan loves relaxing with music, food and movies.

Cinema – Russell Crowe

“My favourite movie would easily be the ‘Gladiator’. I often find myself mouthing the dialogues with actor Russell Crowe as I watch it. The sheer theatrics of cinema excite me, be it the comic timing or the special effects. I am easily pleased and crack up at the silliest jokes. Even the most cliched of ‘leave your brains at home to watch this flick’ kind of movies make me happy. During my travel abroad, I try to make it a point to watch broadway shows which provide an authentic experience to the audience. My love for Bollywood music often translates into my love for Bollywood movies. ‘Sholay’ is for me an all-time classic.”


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