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We'll Always Have Rome (SPOILERS)

I have finally seen Audrey Hepburn in her first starring role.  “Roman Holiday” was a sweet film and a prime example of a classic romantic comedy. 347 more words

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The Limitations of Duty: A Kantian Approach in Spider-Man's Power and Responsibility

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Everyone is fascinated as Spider-Man climbs the wall, spins his web and jumps from building to building.

From an ordinary school boy, Peter Parker became an instant hero in New York City. 2,270 more words

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Ida: Shades of Black and White

 A limited release film, Ida captivates its viewer with contrasting cinematography and a dark storyline. Set in Poland in the late 1950s, Ida is a beautiful but silent young woman on the verge of marriage—to God—when she is told she must meet her only living relative. 620 more words

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Welcome to the Matrix (SPOILERS)

To quote from Morpheus himself, “Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.”  I have finally watched “The Matrix,” and now I finally understand the hype. 607 more words

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Transformers Age of Extinction Rage *Spoiler Alert, Maybe*

Okay so I went to the “midnight’ premiere of the new Transformers movie the other night, don’t get me wrong it was a good movie, even with all the new characters. 299 more words

GoodFellas Movie Review!

‘As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.’ A line well known from the famous Goodfellas I just recently watched this weekend. 202 more words

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6 Ways You Know You Are An Elizabeth Bennett

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I think we can all agree that no woman has ever finished watching Pride and Prejudice and NOT felt a burning desire to meet/marry a Mr. 573 more words

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