Jameson Empire Awards 2013
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Jameson Empire Awards 2013 Winner - Outstanding Contribution Award - Danny Boyle

WHAT WE SAID ABOUT TRANCE (2013)... This exercise in sexy suspense and brain-scrambling mystery is a dazzling, absorbing entertainment which shows off Danny Boyle's mastery of complex storytelling and black, black humour.
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ON 127 HOURS (2011)... We've known that Danny Boyle can work wonders with dark subject-matters: in Slumdog Millionaire families endure unimaginable poverty, women are forced into prostitution and child beggars have their eyes gouged out by evil Fagins - even if it was described by the News Of The World as "the feel-good film of the decade". But 127 Hours takes it to a whole new level.
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ON SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE (2009)...Danny Boyle's finest since Trainspotting.
Read Empire's Slumdog Millionaire review

ON SUNSHINE (2007)... This is a knuckle-gnawingly tense, glorious action thriller and marks yet another genre nailed by Danny Boyle.
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ON 28 DAYS LATER (2002)... The best purely British horror/science-fiction film in decades. And the first great apocalypse movie of the new millennium.
Read Empire's 28 Days Later review

ON TRAINSPOTTING (1996)... In the hands of Boyle and this fantastic cast, and with a stunning soundtrack, it is possible to receive that message in an unprecedented and unrivalled piece of entertainment. Something Britain can be proud of and Hollywood must be afraid of. If we Brits can make movies this good about subjects this horrific, what chance does Tinseltown have?
Read Empire's Trainspotting review




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