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Pyar Mein Thoda Twist, Review: A sack-full of emptiness

Pyar Mein Thoda Twist, Review: A sack-full of emptiness A lot of action in the film Pyar Mein Thoda Twist takes place inside a bound sack. It is marked, Lena Hae Lena Hae (have to take, have to take) Brand, and it twists alright. No, not because it is haunted, but because it holds a man captive. This man is supposed to be Mr. Wanted, a dangerous criminal, whose capture carries a reward of Rs. 2 million. While the sack changes hands and locations several times, being stolen or ‘kidnapped...

Foxcatcher, Review: Catch it now

  Foxcatcher, Review: Catch it now Based on true events, Foxcatcher tells the dark story of the unlikely and ultimately tragic relationship between an eccentric multi-millionaire and two champion wrestlers. When Olympic Gold Medal winning wrestler Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) is invited by wealthy heir John Eleuthère du Pont (Steve Carell) to move on to the du Pont estate and help form a team to train for the 1988 Seoul Olympics at his new state-of-the-art training facility, Schul...

“The Match” Lights a Fire at the Edmonton International Film Festival

For ages, people have asked the question: Is professional wrestling real? Well, if “real” refers to the place it holds in the hearts of devoted fans and the impact it has on their day-to-day lives, the answer is an unequivocal “Yes”. And after watching The Match, which picked up the Alberta Short Film Award for best documentary this week at the Edmonton International Film Festival, you too might be persuaded. Directed by Kurt Spenrath, The Match offers an insight...

Greg Tingle Fest21 Blue

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Welcome to my first blog for Fest21.I'm primarily a media agent, journalist, reviewer, photography agent, website portal developer and social and community entrepreneur.For my of my career I've been based in Sydney, Australia.My background includes sales and marketing in the Australian pay television sector, where I worked untill approx 2000.In 2001 I entered freelance journalism, and it wasn't untill 2003 I became better known as a media agent, new media entrepreneur and television presenter (C...

Big Mike Craft has chosen his Leading Ladies in WWE Diva's Melina and Mickie James

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I have beaten myself up all week long. Do I want a known actresses or actresses? Do I want older Diva's and good Broadway actors (we are in New York) or do I just want good looking people with acting ability. I have chosen both. Wayne Newton's manager has had a chat with Tony Cee. We will wait on that! Diana Ross will be courted and loved. But, I need great looking girls with talent. I was watshing T.V. the other night and tuned in the WWE. The action was good and a few of the girls were so ver...
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