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2007 musical version of Hairspray
My favorite movie of all time is the 2007 musical version of Hairspray. Its the story of a chubby girl named Tracy Turnblad, a teen during the sixties, who wants to become a dancing star. With famous actors such as Zac Efron, Brittany Snow, John ...
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Film Review: The Love Found in a Sweet Shop
Have you ever wondered if the choices we make are already decided for us through fate? Serendipity is the perfect example of this. Peter Chelsom brings the old idea of fate back into the light with his movie released in 2001. The actors who star ...
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Les Miserables is a beautifully done inspiring Movie
Les Miserables is a beautifully done, inspiring movie that is a must watch for those who love musicals and phenomenal acting. Tom Hooper directed the film, and has been nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for previous work. He ...
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The Hunger Games movie review
In this dystopian future, The nation of Panem is divided into 12 districts and there's also the capital. Each year one male and female child from each district is chosen by a draw to compete in thisbrutal televised game. That will be broadcasted ...
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Before Sunset was made in 2004
The movie Before Sunset was made in 2004 within 15 days. It was directed by Richard Linklater, starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Deply, set in Paris France with a budget of $2.7 million. Ethan Hawke and Julie Deply play long lost love interests, ...
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French film La Belle Et La Bete directed by Jean Cocteau
The 1946 French film La Belle Et La Bete directed by Jean Cocteau was one of the most technologically advanced films of its time. This was of course before computer animations and advanced make up. One of the advances were the human arms moving ...
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Pans Labyrinth (2006)
The greatest mistake you could make is to believe that Pans Labyrinth (2006) is anything close to a children's fantasy film sweetly watched before bedtime. Guillermo Del Toro who not only directed, but produced and wrote the film, creates a dark ...
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An In-Depth Look At Ferris Buellers Day Off
Since the beginning of cinema, there have been thousands upon thousands of different movies covering a broad span of genres and topics. Comedies have always been a personal favorite of mine. Comedy is a very broad genre, but there are several ...
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The Dark Knight Rises Review
On July 20, 2012, director Christopher Nolans much anticipated finale to his Batman trilogy premiered worldwide. The Dark Knight Rises, featuring Christian Bale as the Caped Crusader himself, came roaring out of its opening weekend with a ...
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Redemption in the time of Cholera
The Painted Veil stands as the pinnacle of dramatic paradox- a love story in which the characters do not, in fact, love each other. The third of the movie renditions off W. Somerset Maughams 1925 novel, The Painted Veil evokes the pulsating tale ...
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The Pursuit of Happyness by director Gabriele Muccino
My favorite movie of all time is The Pursuit of Happyness. The movie was release in 2006 by director Gabriele Muccino which featured Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith. This story is based on a true story of a stock broker name Christopher ...
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Jerry Maguire released on December 13, 1996
The Movie That Brought A Human Touch To Sports The year 1996 gave the world one of the most heartfelt movies of all time. This movie had people laughing at the line Show me the money!, had people mesmerized for the sincerity in the line Help ...
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Blood In Blood Out released in 1993
The movie I will be reviewing is, Blood In Blood Out which was released in 1993. This movie was directed by Taylor Hackford and was written by Ross Thomas and had a budget of 35 Million dollars. The movie takes place in East Los Angeles from the ...
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Better Off Dead, directed by Steve Holland
The 1980s were a golden age for comedy movies, with many famous films such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Caddyshack, and Beverly Hills Cop. One movie that slips through the cracks and is not recognized as a cinematic gem of the 1980s is Better Off ...
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The characters that make The Hunt for Red October so legendary
Oceans spur mystery, oceans with massive submarines spur thrilling drama, oceans with massive Russian submarines bound for America spur dramatic tension that seals itself into a motion picture for the ages. The Hunt for Red October does not stop ...
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Boyhood is rewarded among 11 movies to receive a Metacore of 100
Boyhood (2014) is rewarded among 11 movies to receive a Metacore of 100, the highest possible score that can be attained from professional movie critics on of the review aggregate Metacritic. Boyhood is a groundbreaking story of a nuclear ...
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Troy directed by Wolfgang Peterson
My favorite movie is Troy, directed by Wolfgang Peterson in the middle of 2004 with a budget of 175 million dollars. Starring Brad Pitt playing Achilles, Erica Bana starring as Hector, Prince of Troy, and Orlando Bloom as Paris, as the second ...
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Amistad Reviewed
One knows that eyes can be deceiving and one can observe this practice take shape through the judicial systems sway of opinions. As stated by John Quincy Adams in the movie Amistad, You know what they are...what you dont know is who they are. ...
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The Longest Yard directed by Peter Segal
The Longest Yard directed by Peter Segal is a remake of the earlier movie of 1975 with a budget of 82 million dollars. It was filmed entirely at the New Mexico Penitentiary, though the legendary football game was filmed in Murdock Stadium at the ...
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The Sandlot directed by David Evans
The Sandlot directed by David Evans is a summer coming of age story set in the summer of 1962 where a little boy named Scotty Smalls and his family moves to a new town and develops friendships with the unofficial neighborhood baseball team when ...
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The Notebook by best-selling author Nicholas Sparks
The Notebook is a movie based on the book by a best-selling author, Nicholas Sparks. Sparks is a well-known writer whose themes are about love. All of his books are set in various, small, North Carolina towns. The movies based on his books hold ...
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Review of the movie Finding Nemo
The following is a review of the movie Finding Nemo. If you have not seen the greatest animated movie of all time, dont worry; there are no spoilers. On the 30th of May in 2003, G-rated Finding Nemo was released and can be described as ...
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Lolita (1997) Film Review
Lolita is a film based on the novel written by Vladimir Nabokov. It was aired in 1997 and is the successor to the 1962 version. Adrian Lyne directed the film, and Stephen Schiff screen wrote it. The film was produced within a 58 million dollar ...
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