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Aaron Eckhart plays Jeff Skiles in Clint Eastwood’s forthcoming Sully. Skiles was co-pilot to Chesley Sullenberger (played by Tom Hanks), the pilot who successfully …

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THAT IS THE QUESTION

Let’s start with a confession… I’ve never seen Avatar. I’ve never felt the need to watch Titanic either (historical spoiler: it sank). You could go so far as to say that I have a bit of an aversion to James Cameron. His 1997 Oscar acceptance speech demonstrated a rampant egotism bordering on the psychotic, and I will admit that when he went on that deep sea exploration in 2012 I secretly hoped he would be eaten by some giant subterranean beastie…

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THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL

When George Lucas announced at the tail end of 2006 that production would begin on a fourth Indiana Jones movie with Steven Spielberg back in the director’s chair and Harrison Ford back in the fedora, it was then seen as a good thing. Of course, I know it’s impossible to believe now, but try and cast your mind back…

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