Posts Tagged ‘cemetery junction’

Reaction: Cemetery Junction (2010)

City of Films

It’s a town full of losers and we’re pulling out of here to win. -Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen My single most anticipated movie of the last two years has finally arrived, was it worth the wait?  I stayed clear of any form of spoilers and reviews, even shying away from clips posted online.  Cemetery

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WTF: Gervais and Merchant’s Cemetery Junction Direct to DVD

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Don’t take this as a sign that it’s a bad movie, take it as a sign that Sony can’t market a movie with a relatively unknown cast and Ricky Gervais, who hasn’t quite performed as well as many would think in theaters.  After hitting theatres in the U.K. back in April, Ricky Gervais’ latest film

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Ricky Gervais In The Movies

City of Films

As a writer, director, producer and actor Ricky Gervais showcases his effortless talent as one of the hardest working blokes around.  One of the most interesting transitions to watch has been his growth when it comes to feature films.  He came to North American audiences in a quiet underrated picture called Ghost Town (2008), his

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cemetery junction poster looks young and free

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The first poster for Ricky Gervais and Spephen Merchant’s first collaborative feature, Cemetary Junction, has been released.  We gave you the trailer earlier this week, very cool.  I like how I can only name Gervais from the poster, name actors are overrated.  I’m looking at you Reginald VelJohnson. Set in the 1970s, Cemetary Junction follows

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ricky gervais’s cemetery junction trailer

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UPDATE 1:  Sony took away trailer.  I will have a chin wag with them and get it back. UPDATE 2:  We have a trailer…for now This is the best 6am wake up ever.  A few months ago we had the teaser for Cemetery Junction, and now the trailer is here (after the jump).  If you

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cemetery junction set report

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Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant are still busy at work on Cemetery Junction, but the boys were kind enough to give a word on the progress.  Somehow over the years, I never get tired of Gervais’ shameless plugs – he always seems to make them awesome.  Not as awesome as this mind you, never the

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