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TV Review: The Flash, season 1, episode 9

It’s Christmas time in Central City, but does “The Man In The Yellow Suit” bring us any gifts to cherish this year? If you haven’t peeked at the content inside yet and don’t want some spoilers, come back later; otherwise, click on. 1,358 more words

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Film: Kiss of The Dragon - "All my Barbies are working"

Jet Li is a talented martial artist, that is undeniable.

However I would like to tender that his choice of English language films can be somewhat questionable as they tend to have bad plots and worse dialogue, for example ‘War’ was dire, Li was wasted in ‘The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor’, I am in denial that ‘Cradle 2 the Grave’ exists and ‘Kiss of the Dragon’ isn’t good either. 77 more words

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Knight of Cups - Trailer

Directed by Terence Malik. Starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and an all-star cast.

Release date is set for 2015 and it will receive its premiere at the 2015 Berlin film festival as an entrant.

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Redline

This is the sort of movie that might spontaneously spawn during a Guitar Wolf concert. Well, this and Wild Zero of course– an oddly apt film to bring up, as the two films share rather a lot besides leather-clad rocker protagonists. 2,999 more words

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Anime Review: Naruto the Movie - Road To Ninja (2012)

Naruto the Movie: Road to Ninja could have been the ultimate blockbuster that it made itself to be but its hesitation with content let the movie down on various levels.

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Insurgent Official Trailer 2

If you didn’t like the first trailer, this one is noticeably better with more clips of the movie and better edited. Fans of the series have expressed disappointment that it strays too far from the books: 24 more words

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'Tillie's Punctured Romance', Hollywood's first feature length comedy and the big Christmas movie of 1914

Tillie’s Punctured Romance (1914), a classic, silent comedy directed by Mack Sennett and produced by the Keystone Film Company, notable not only for its star studded cast, which included Marie Dressler, Mabel Normand, Charlie Chaplin and the Keystone Cops, but also for being Hollywood’s ever feature length comedy. 291 more words

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