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Howl's Moving Castle adapted for the stage in Southwark. 5 December 2011Last updated at 08:16 By Kev Geoghegan Entertainment reporter, BBC News Fantasy story Howl's Moving Castle is still, arguably, best known to cinema audiences as an Oscar-nominated 2004 Japanese animation, written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki.

Howl's Moving Castle adapted for the stage in Southwark

But now the original novel, set in Wales, has been adapted for the stage by Davy and Kristin McGuire, with music from The Guillemots' Fyfe Dangerfield and narration from Stephen Fry. "I've been into all sorts of music since I was a kid and I've always loved instrumental music, so its just been about finding the right chance to do something," says Fyfe Dangerfield, who is making his theatrical debut with the score. Continue reading the main story Some people may come expecting to see a stage version of the film and it's nothing like it really” End QuoteFyfe Dangerfield But Dangerfield has also written commissioned pieces of music for the Lichfield arts festival and the opening of Birmingham Town Hall in 2007. Welsh story. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981 film) Frank Chambers (Jack Nicholson), a drifter, stops at a rural California diner for a meal, and ends up working there.

The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981 film)

The diner is operated by a young, beautiful woman, Cora Smith (Jessica Lange), and her much older husband, Nick Papadakis (John Colicos), who is an immigrant from Greece. Frank and Cora start to have an affair soon after they meet. Cora (a femme fatale figure) is tired of her situation, married to a man she does not love, and working at a diner that she wishes to own and improve. She and Frank scheme to murder Nick in order to start a new life together without her losing the diner. Their first attempt at the murder is a failure, but they eventually succeed. The local prosecutor suspects what has actually occurred, but does not have enough evidence to prove it. In an uncredited role, Chuck Liddell, who later became a champion mixed martial arts fighter, played a boy scout in the film.[2] On May 14, 2012 Intrada released Michael Small's complete score for the first time. 01.

Magnum Force. Plot[edit] In 1972,[2] mobster Carmine Ricca (Richard Devon) drives away from court and an angry mob after being acquitted on a technicality.

Magnum Force

An unseen SFPD motorcycle cop stops Ricca’s limo for a minor traffic violation. Suddenly, the patrolman pulls his service revolver (a .357 Magnum Colt Python), shoots all four men in the car, then rides away. Inspector Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) and his partner Earlington "Early" Smith (Felton Perry) visit the crime scene despite them being loaned to stakeout by their Lieutenant. Callahan is controversial within the department. After hearing McCoy's rant, Callahan visits Carol and finds out from her that McCoy was playing Russian Roulette only the night before.

A motorcycle cop murders drug kingpin Lou Guzman and associates using a Colt Python equipped with a suppressor. Davis' promptness at the crime scene raises Callahan's suspicions of the rookie cops. Shiner (2004 film) Shiner is a 2004 released film written and directed by Christian Calson.

Shiner (2004 film)

Shiner explores three relationships in which some form of abuse is not only involved but savored. The central story involves Tony and Danny, two friends whose relationship changes once Danny discovers that he becomes sexually satisfied when Tony physically abuses him. Another storyline involves Tim, an out of work boxer who is being stalked by Bob, a shy loner who still lives at home with his mother. Les invasions barbares (2003. Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010. El laberinto del fauno (2006. Up (2009.

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