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Is this movie good action entertainment? Yes, sure! Is it a great movie as well? No, definitely not!
If The Hangover in 2009 is a drink that really screws with our minds (in other words, a clever comedy that impresses us with originality) and The Hangover: Part II in 2011 is that same drink again but with less of a buzz (in other words, a near identical repeat of the first comedy that doesn't feel as fresh), then The Hangover: Part III in 2013 is the recovery period during which some problems
Greetings again from the darkness. Dramatizations are at their best when actual footage of the subject or event doesn’t exist. They can be an effective way to highlight a particularly interesting story or person with details we might not otherwise access. Richard Kuklinski‘s story is fascinating and frightening. He is known as the mob’s most prolific hit-man/contract killer.
When it's late at night and I can't sleep, I often wonder about the important things in life; the things that really matter. I wonder about whether 'Kickboxer' will ever be uncut again and available on DVD or if Kurt Russell and Sylvestor Stallone will answer my prayers and team up for 'Tango and Cash 2: Bigger, Badder and Bloodier'.
I’ll admit it; I love a good dance flick, I pretty much love any dance film, from early ’80s movies such as Beat Street (see “Top Five NYC Subway Movies”), to the recent crop of dance documentaries that include Every Little Step, First Position and Pina. And, yes, even Step Up. It’s a guilty pleasure!
The Termionator is most likely the most memorable character palyed by Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the character he will always be remembered for. Back in 1984 nobody had any idea the impact of this movie would not only have on Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron, but on the entire movie-going planet.
Horror and science fiction are two genres that can mesh very well. ‘Alien’ (1979) and ‘The Thing’ (1982) are two of the very finest examples of the calibre of filmmaking that has contributed to this hybrid.
‘The Curse of Frankenstein’ (1957) was Hammer film productions’ first foray into gothic horror cinema. With its huge success came a revival of that very same brand first made commercially successful by Hollywood studio Universal in the 1930s and 1940s. Here though with British production company Hammer it was a gorier affair with more shock value.
In 1967 Hammer Films’ most famous director and one of the best ever filmmakers of the horror genre Terence Fisher returned to helm his third Frankenstein feature.
American Pie began in 1999, and the most recent movie came out in 2012, we wanted to know 'What is your favourite slice of American Pie?'.
American Pie has had a total of eight movies, four in the original series, and four spin-off movies. The movie franchise has had great success and made a lot of money, but we wanted to know whch slice of the Pie was the best.
FIND OUT WHO THE WINNER IS NOW.
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Man of Steel
Superman returns to cinema's next year when the reboot of the series, Man of Steel, opens June 14 2013. With Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer pulling the strings expect more modern approach to this classic story.
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Kick-Ass 2 finally hits our screens this year on 19 July (UK) or 16 August (US). Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse all return for the sequel.
The Lone Ranger
Johnny Depp plays Tonto, who recounts to us the story of The Lone Ranger. Hitting our screens in July is The Lone Ranger. This is set to be an action comedy movie in the same vein as Pirates of the Caribbean.
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is the second movie in The Hunger Games trilogy, based on the novel Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. The eagerly awaited sequel continues where the first movie left off.
The Hangover Part III
This time, there's no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off. Hitting Cinemas May 24 2013.
World War Z
World War Z is a brand new zombie movie starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale and Matthew Fox. The movie looks at the events following a world wide zombie outbreak.
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Ok, so you can't afford Alec Baldwin for your film - and if your bu
Steven Seagal returns to our screens with hard-nosed action when hi
Ray Harryhausen has passed away at age 92.
The 2009 movie Moon.
I am working hard for an awesome review to put on this website but,
Greetings again from the darkness.
Just a short blog note. This movie was awesome.
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
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