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Recently: "The Fault in Our Stars"

This year alone there seems to be no shortage of film adaptations of books. Some you may have heard of, others not until the news of the film came about. 1,098 more words

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On Second Thought: "Election"

The tough thing with comedy films, of any sort, is keeping the humor found within, funny. It could be that the clever and thought out funny films only get one go around, while the trashy and dumb ones can, because they’re crap. 733 more words

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TV Movie: "Carrie (2002)"


Horror classics are classics for a reason, which is usually disregarded once the remake comes out. Seldom, if ever, does a remake do anything more than irritate you in that special way only remakes can. 1,252 more words

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The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones film review!

Despite The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones being released August 21st 2013, and it is now over a year since its release, I’ve decided to post a movie review. 159 more words

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Le due vie del destino (2013)

Regia: Jonathan Teplizky

Sceneggiatura: Frank Cottrell Boyce e Andy Paterson dal romanzo di Eric Lomax

Fotografia: Garry Phillips

Musiche: David Hirschfelder

Cast: Colin Firth (Eric Lomax), Nicole Kidman (Patti Lomax), Jeremy Irvine (Eric da giovane), Stellan Skarsgard (Finlay), Hiroyuki Sanada (Takeshi Nagase), Tanroh Ishida (Takeshi da giovane) 356 more words

Paul's Review: "A Walk Among The Tombstones" (2014)

Sometimes a movies’ biggest crime is being average. Both a good movie and a bad movie can stick with you long after you are done¬†watching them, though for very different reasons. 780 more words

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Hobbit Day - 22nd September

It’s Bilbo and Frodo’s birthday! :D

Fans around the world are preparing special events; sadly, I’m not one of them. There aren’t that many die-hard fans in my social group that we’d celebrate Middle Earth and it’s two iconic heroes, but I wish I could throw a party and welcome the coming autumn. 289 more words

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