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Movie Review: I Am Number Four, a teenage sc-fi

Movie Review: I Am Number Four, a teenage sc-fi

I Am Number Four, originally a teenage science fiction novel, tells the story of John Smith, a.k.a. Number Four (Alex Pettyfer – Stormbreaker, Beastly), a superpowered, human-in-appearance alien being hunted by another, more evil race of skinheaded and tattoed alien…

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Movie review: An American Werewolf In London (1981)

Movie review: An American Werewolf In London (1981)

An American Werewolf In London– John Landis didn’t direct many films. However, the films that Landis did direct (minus a few missteps here and there) are classic. From Blues Brothers to Animal House, there’s no doubt that Landis can handle…

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Top 5 best movies of Brittany Murphy

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Clueless (1995) Brittany Murphy’s breakthrough role. She gained a supporting part as Tai, the new girl at a Beverly Hills high school, who is taken under the wing of two popular girls, Cher (Alicia Silverstone) and Dionne (Stacey Dash). As…

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Romantic comedy movie flashback review – The Proposal

Romantic comedy movie review - The Proposal

The Proposal makes little effort to have an original plot, but a few subtle twists and a perfect comedic pairing of two actors make all the difference. At its heart, the film is about an oddball couple and the numerous…

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The Lion King remake grabs title of highest-earning animated film ever

The Lion King remake grabs title of highest-earning animated film ever

The highest-grossing animated film ever is none other than the Lion King, which has earned this weakend $1.33 billion. Released on July 19, the remake has surpassed animation Frozen that made $1.27 billion in 2013. However, the sequel Frozen 2…

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The golden age of horror in film industry

The golden age of horror in film industry

In a genre filled with big budget remakes and recycled story lines, fans of the horror genre are longing for a taste of the past. As the movie business attempts to stay on the cutting edge of technology, many horror…

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Best Horror Films Ever – Nosferatu

Nosferatu

Horror movie Nosferatu One of the staple monsters over the years in horror films has been the dark, brooding menace of the vampire. Eastern folklore and in particular Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula has spawned countless films which use the blood-sucking…

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Must-see classic horror films

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1921) A traveling magician (Werner Krauss) and his creepy brainwashed assistant (Conrad Veidt) accurately predict the deaths of people in towns they visit. Director: Robert Wiene Additional Information: Silent; Black and White. David Lee Fisher…

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Documentary movie review: Joni Mitchell – Woman of Heart and Mind

Documentary movie review: Joni Mitchell – Woman of Heart and Mind

Stephanie Bennett directed this beautiful portrait of the incredible poet and singer, Joni Mitchell, a “true poet,” the voice of an era. Using more than just her performances, the director has woven a true tale that reveals a human life…

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Movie review: Despicable Me is despicably funny

Despicable Me

Gru, voiced by Steve Carrel, is no ordinary super villain. He is that quintessential creature who wants to be bad but discovers his latent goodness deep inside. In these types of situations his goodness can usually be found in his…

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