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Christine Hamilton and Colin Jackson won the second Celebrity MasterChef heat last night. The duo knocked out Tricia Penrose, Martin Roberts and Jenny Powell in the cookery competition and join Neil Stuke and Alex Fletcher in tonight's quarter-final. Hamilton impressed in the final challenge with her mixed fish ragu with rice, samphire and basil, followed by an apple, ginger and Amaretti tart. Judge Gregg Wallace commented on her dessert: "It is very good. Sugar, apple and cinnamon are the closest to a cuddle you will ever get on a plate of food." Jackson was successful with his final dishes of chicken in a spicy coconut sauce with rice and spinach, followed by fried banana in a coconut (more) »
- By Alex Fletcher
We continue our look back at the work of Joel Schumacher, with his Batman & Robin follow-up, 8Mm...
"He's a producer-slash-director-slash weirdo. He's like the Jim Jarmusch of S&M." - Max
After the horror that was Batman & Robin, you couldn't blame Joel Schumacher from stepping away from that genre of filmmaking completely and going down a road of drama/thriller. After all, he had success with it in the past. Nothing could go too wrong, right?
Following the death of her husband, wealthy widow Mrs. Christian (Myra Carter) comes across an 8mm film in his safe, depicting the murder of a teenage girl by a man in amask. Unsure as to the origin of the tape or if it is, in fact, real, she instructs her lawyer, Daniel Longdale (Anthony Heald), to hire the services of private investigator, Tom Welles (Nicolas Cage), to find out the truth.
After searching through missing persons files, »
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