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Screen Junkies' Latest Honest Trailer Calls 'Spectre' a Remake of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

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[Review] Big Eyes- Một bức hoạ ấn tượng của Tim Burton

Đây không phải là một phim mới nhưng có thể nói là một bộ phim đại diện thành công cho phong cách đầy biến hóa của vị đạo diễn cá tính này. 4,483 more words

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Spectre

Daniel Craig

Christoph Waltz

reviewed by Tom-Tom

The stage had been set. We had three films to qualify Daniel Craig as Bond. The tone had changed from wild use of superfluous gadgetry and cocky one liners after dispatching various minions to a visceral, real world spy who was flawed, and scarred by loves lost ( 488 more words

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Two More Daniel Craig 'Bond' Films?

Listen, Daniel Craig is a fantastic actor. While I have absolutely loved watching him take on the role of 007 throughout the past ten years, I understand why he told  625 more words

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Rapid Review: Inglourious Basterds (2009)

“You probably heard we ain’t in the prisoner-takin’ business; we in the killin’ Nazi business. And cousin, business is a-boomin’.” – Lieutenant Aldo Raine

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A Review: Spectre

So I’m sure you’ve noticed by now, if you have ever read this blog before, that the majority of my reviews are overwhelmingly positive. This is because I often don’t watch movies that I know already I won’t be interested in, or that get just awful reviews on their craft entirely. 531 more words

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The Broccoli’s got almost all of the “Skyfall” team back together with Hoyte Van Hoytema replacing Roger Deakins as cinematographer, Van Hoytema has a very tough follow up considering that in “Skyfall” there was the LED fight between Bond and an assassin. 531 more words

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