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Clint Eastwood’s latest movie opens with a spectacular natural disaster, an awesome scene (inspired by a real event) that takes the viewer’s breath away. After that, disappointingly, this earnest drama about the afterlife is a bit of a plod as … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. Sports biopic The Damned United starring Michael Sheen as legendary English football manager Brian Clough comes out on DVD on Monday 31st August. To celebrate the film’s release we’re giving you the chance to win … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. Acting titans Michael Sheen and Frank Langella go head to head in the highly acclaimed Frost/Nixon, which comes out on DVD and Blu-ray on Monday 18th May. Directed by Ron Howard, the film is the … Continue reading
Michael Sheen pulls off another of his uncanny impersonations of famous people in this big-screen version of Peter Morgan’s hit play about David Frost’s historic 1977 TV interview with disgraced former US president Richard Nixon. At the time, most people … Continue reading
What is it with Michael Sheen and famous people? His uncanny, chameleon-like ability to play celebs on screen has already seen him get inside the skin of Tony Blair (in The Deal and The Queen), Kenneth Williams (in Fantabulosa! and … Continue reading