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Walking the cinematic plank: Cutthroat Island

There are some pirate movies that reworked the image of piracy successfully, such as Treasure Island (1950), Peter Pan (in several versions and adaptations) and most recently  554 more words

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10 Best Explosions in the Movies

Come closer – I want to tell you something. I love explosions in the movies. There, I’ve said it. And now that I’ve got that off my chest, let me explain why. 1,641 more words

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Ok Cupid 2.0

What I seem to have a hard time doing is telling someone that they aren’t right for me.  Like this girl I met last Friday, she smokes and is newly separated from her husband which she has two kids with.   222 more words

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The Critics Were Wrong (Maybe)-Cutthroat Island (1995)

When we think of swashbuckling movie pirates, Errol Flynn or Tyrone Powers usually come to mind.

Geena Davis is not one of those actors, though she tried. 104 more words

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My Top 10 Guilty Pleasures

If you love movies, there’s always going to be those select favourites that, even if they’ve been critically derided and/or flopped at the box office, that you can watch over and over again, and which will always raise your spirits when you’re having a bad day or need cheering up.   1,007 more words

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Cutthroat Island (John Debney)

There have been cinematic shipwrecks since the first films set sail for the commercial waters, but few have run aground as sharply or as deadly as… 878 more words

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Best Films Never Made #18: Paul Verhoeven's Crusade

If there is one thing Paul Verhoeven knows how to do, it is create a huge action movie with bodies flying everywhere. If there is one thing Arnold Schwartzenegger knows how to do, it is to be the person throwing the bodies. 979 more words

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