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A Lovely Tale of Summer and Winter Fairies

One of the last films I watched at the cinema was Disney’s “Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings”:

I remember it well: New Years Day 2013! 128 more words

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A Contrasting but "still the same" Scooby-Doo

I was initially sceptical about watching a “film version” of Scooby-Doo:

The main reason for this scepticism came from the fact that I was so used to watching the twenty minute (or so) cartoons, and was unsure of how Scooby-Doo would translate to the big-screen. 103 more words

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News About an Upcoming Super Hero Movie

Do you want to know what happens in a future comic book action hero film? Well here goes, but I recommend leaving this page if you don’t want to find out what happens. 406 more words

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47 Ronin

In Japan at the start of the 18th century, a group of ronin – samurai who have lost their daimyo, or lord – avenged in spectacular fashion the death of their master Asano Naganori. 1,794 more words

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Black Oleander (1994)

A loose prequel to 1996’s False Documents, this dark psychological thriller, finds Meg Ryan’s federal agent Maggie Dearden lured into a web of intrigue spun by Laura Carrington (Michelle Pfeiffer), a black widow who’s suspected of marrying and killing wealthy older men in order to inherit their fortunes. 322 more words

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Swash Buckling Adventure

An entertaining cartoon-film with “ghost pirates” in it (that I quite enjoy) is Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!

I like the way that the fog “snakes” onto the cruise ship, together with the way that Captain Skunkbeard is portrayed.   82 more words

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One Salvage too Many

A film that will have you reaching for the “bathroom light” is Ghost Ship:

Although I can generally cope with the idea of a ghost, I tend to start freaking out when your talking about child ghosts!   77 more words

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