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Baz Luhrmann re-teams with his "Romeo & Juliet" star Leonardo DiCaprio for this adaptation of the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald novel "The Great Gatsby." Despite it being a beautiful movie to look at, it lacks a soul and is surprisingly boring.
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On 15 Begins May of fashion summer. Then that runs at the Film Festival in Cannes opening film "The Great Gatsby" and will bring dreams to the Roaring Twenties to the sparkle.
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In Drive, Ryan Gosling plays a person who is not given a correct name. he is known solely as Driver. it is a fitting description, given the manner cars issue into his way of life. By day, he’s employed for a mechanic named Shannon (Bryan Cranston) and is an occasional Hollywood stunt driver. By night, he is a wheelman for criminals in would like of a fast getaway. though he isn’t a warrior within the ancient sense, Driver is as starkly developed as a samurai – narrowly targeted, deeply committed, an professional at what he will, and fully impenetrable. Well, virtually completely; though his face never changes expression except for the occasional smirk, and though he therefore rarely says what he feels (you will count on one hand the quantity of lines Gosling delivers), he opens himself emotionally for his neighbor, a girl named Irene (Carey Mulligan), and her young son, Benicio (Kaden Leos), each of whom can inevitably land up at risk.