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The Sweariest Films In Movie History

7 October 2016 4:40 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

It’s not often that you get a ‘Bad cop’, ‘worse cop’ type affair when it comes to classic cop films. That, however, is just what you get with War on Everyone, directed by John Michael McDonagh and starring Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Pena. They play two corrupt cops in New Mexico and they don’t give a damn about who they blackmail or frame; until they come across someone even more despicable than they are. Let’s just say, these two detectives couldn’t possibly kiss their mothers with the colourful language they use. In that vein, we’ve decided to take a look at some of the films whose language has raised some questionable eye brows from society. War on Everyone is out in UK cinemas on 7th October.

Wolf Of Wall Street

Pretty large number, right? Well that’s how many times the f-word (in all forms »

- The Hollywood News

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Canine out of 10? Match the dog to the movie – quiz

17 May 2016 7:23 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

As Laurie Anderson’s Heart of a Dog barks its message of puppy love to cinemas this week, how well do you know other movie mutts?

Nil by Mouth

Layer Cake



There's Something About Mary


Silver Linings Playbook

San Andreas


Couples Retreat

Scary Movie 2

Spy Hard

The Accidental Tourist

Shallow Hal

The Jerk



Don't Look Now

The Omen


The Campaign

The Artist

Movie 43

Zoolander 2

The Family

Empire State

In Bruges

Only Lovers Left Alive

Stand By Me


Lethal Weapon 2

The Lost Boys


Short Circuit

Planes, Trains & Automobiles

The War of the Roses

The Grapes of Wrath

Bringing Up Baby

High Sierra


7 and above.

Top dog

4 and above.

That was ruff

0 and above.

Beethoven's last

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- Benjamin Lee

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The Most Influential British Director You’ve Never Heard Of

27 March 2016 3:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

This week Neil Calloway looks at the career of an overlooked director…

Imagine a director who gave early roles to Ray Winstone, Tim Roth and Gary Oldman, who had a film remade by Gus Van Sant, who gave Danny Boyle one of his first producing credits, and who inspired Paul Greengrass.

Alan Clarke was that director, and though he has gone sadly underappreciated, a new season of his films at the British Film Institute, as well as a re-release of his work on blu-ray and DVD, should go some way to restoring his reputation.

Clarke worked largely in television, making the sort of standalone films that gave Mike Leigh and Ken Loach their breaks but are sadly absent from TV nowadays. His films dealt with glue sniffing Neo Nazis, yuppies, football hooligans and the futile cycle of sectarian violence in Northern Ireland; in short, these weren’t the big screen »

- Neil Calloway

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