Coca Cola has had a more tumultuous history in India than just its disagreements with CSE. The present dispute masks considerations that are in some respects far more serious, or certainly of greater importance. Its bottling plants are under siege, it stands accused of draining scarce water resources and activists and villagers have battled Coca […]

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In her introduction, Dickinson outlines more specifically the theoretical and methodological orientation of her selections. She attempts not only to make available hard to get important articles, but also to redress what she sees as an imbalance in the emphasis within the field on orchestral scores to the exclusion of popular music in film. Her […]

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Along the way, there are some refreshing moments of deranged humour, mainly in Kebbell’s snarky dialog, Pike’s sharp glances and a particularly colourful turn by Nighy (as super spear smelter Hephaestus). But as the story progresses, there’s more than a whiff of Lord of the Rings (the fires of Mount Doom, plus some pointless two […]

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