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Nearly a quarter of all weddings in New Zealand are for Australians – who do not have equal marriage in their own country.

The country’s parliament burst into song when equal marriage was passed by a landslide vote, back in April 2013.

The sheer patience of the shot with its slow zoom and fluttering shadows stuns.

Director Richard Donner and Storraro find a perfect visual representation of this beastly magic war between night and day and they play it right across their star's face.

 A source told the New Zealand Herald: “There’ll be over 200 people there.

It’s going to be quite big and lots of celebs [around].” Though there are no photographs of the event, it is thought the singer eschewed a traditional wedding dress in favour of a suit.

is a dopey 1985 romantic fantasy that will probably bore most kids and sorely try the patience of most grown-ups. A man falls through ice into a frigid pond, and people dramatically try to get him out. Expect the slashing and impaling common to cinematic portrayals of medieval violence. There is a drunk priest and some mild profanity ("hell" and "damn").Expect the slashing and impaling common to cinematic portrayals of medieval violence. There is a drunk priest and some mild profanity ("hell" and "damn"). The cursed captain has a legitimate beef with the evil bishop, but he is bent only on revenge until the very end. Blood drips from a victim's mouth but is otherwise scarce. Blood drips from a victim's mouth but is otherwise scarce. A drunken priest reveals confessed confidences but redeems his bad deeds by helping to right his wrong. Numerous soldiers shoot arrows at each other; several are seen wounded, although little blood is shown. It feels, at least for its first half, like it's a movie with several authors and endless studio interference from people who didn't believe in a romantic fantasy epic in a time long before fairy tales were hot commodities and sword and sorcery epics were the furthest thing from bankable.So, would you laugh at me if I claimed I thought it was thisclose to being a classic?

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