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Modern day classics
Bridesmaids (2011) Featuring some of the funniest women in the business, Bridesmaids showed that the girls could be as funny and raunchy as the guys. Along with finally giving Kristen Wiig the lead in a movie, it also turned Melissa McCarthy into a movie star and Paul Feig into the go-to director for female comedies. Man on Wire (2008) Before The Walk, we got the story about the daring high-wire walk across the Twin Towers from the real people who did it in James Marsh’s Man on Wire. The Oscar-winning documentary is elevated thanks to the man who did the walking, Philippe Petit, as our narrator.
 
Revisiting the future past
 
This is it for Harrison Ford. Now that the 75-year-old Ford has had the chance to reprise his role of Rick Deckard from the 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner in Denis Villeneuve’s sequel, Blade Runner 2049, out in the UAE now, he’s done re-visiting past roles. This opportunity comes
 
Down & dirty
 
It must have come as a shock to fans of Michelle Dockery’s Lady Mary Crawley in Downton Abbey — or perhaps as a sneaking satisfaction to those who thought the haughty aristocrat verging on the insufferable — to have witnessed the actress’s follow-up television role in the American drama 

 
Partner in Rock
 
In a nearly empty recording room at his sprawling Studio 606 complex deep in California’s San Fernando Valley, Dave Grohl sat down behind a drum kit and bashed out a heavy funk groove, each snare crack reverberating off the walls of the hollowed-out space. 
 
Unapologetic
 
A week before the release of his debut solo album — the first in a career spanning 30 years — Liam Gallagher appears neither nervous nor overly confident in an interview over the phone.  “It’s definitely the most honest record I’ve put out; it’s got good moments,” he says. “It is what

 
 
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