MK2 Parnasse

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MK2 Parnasse

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  • Address:

    MK2 Parnasse 11, rue Jules-Chaplain
    Paris
    75006

  • Transport:

    Metro: Vavin

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    1. MK2 Parnasse
      • 11, rue Jules-Chaplain
        Paris
        75006
      • 48.842903,2.330561

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Le Week-End

Rating: 4/5

After ‘The Mother’ and ‘Venus’, this is the third collaboration between ‘Notting Hill’ director Roger Michell and writer Hanif Kureishi. It’s their strongest yet, and once again they offer a late-life dash for love and happiness. ‘Le Week-End’ tells...

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Mr Peabody & Sherman

Rating: 2/5

Elderly American readers may recall this cartoon duo from a series of educational inserts slotted into 1960s episodes of TV’s ‘The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show’, in which hyper-intelligent canine polymath Mr Peabody and his knowledge-hungry adopted son...

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Nebraska

Rating: 4/5

Alexander Payne is the compassionate, thinking face of American comedy. With films like 'Sideways' and 'The Descendants', he tells laidback tales of people facing problems or changes in their lives. His new film 'Nebraska' is shot in black and white...

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The Monuments Men

Rating: 3/5

What price art? Actor-writer-director George Clooney’s true-life WWII adventure – a frustrating tonal mishmash – puts the question up front, as curator and conservationist Frank Stokes (Clooney) lays it all out for President Roosevelt: Hitler and his...

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12 Years a Slave

Rating: 5/5

With the release of ‘Django Unchained’ and now this more restrained slavery-era biopic, much has been made of America’s post-Obama willingness to ‘face up to its own past’. But, like Quentin Tarantino before him, British artist turned director Steve...

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Saving Mr Banks

Rating: 4/5

Emma Thompson gives good battleaxe. She is on Oscar-winning form in ‘Saving Mr Banks’, playing ‘Mary Poppins’ author Pamela Travers as a cross between Jeremy Paxman and Maggie Smith in ‘Downton Abbey’. On a plane from London to Los Angeles, she peers...

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The Lego Movie

Rating: 4/5

With one obvious exception, toy stories do not have the luckiest big-screen pedigree: the results are often either sugary cartoons for undemanding kids or noisy blockbusters for brain-dead teens. If the producers of ‘The LEGO Movie’ had taken either...

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August: Osage County

Rating: 3/5

If you’re unfamiliar with the work of playwright Tracy Letts (‘Bug’, ‘Killer Joe’), try imagining a cross between Tennessee Williams, Jerry Springer and Jeremy Clarkson. The 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winner ‘August: Osage County’ is textbook Letts: this st...

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