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The life of the average moviegoer is not an easy one— he must have time to spare, money to throw away on popcorn and tickets and/or… 387 more words


Today's word is Hooky


Hello avid movie fans and fellow film critics!! Okay that was hooky I know. Anyway today I have two films to discuss with you today. One being an old American stage classic Death of a Salesman. 826 more words

"The Impossible" Film Review

The Impossible truly is an amazing and inspirational film. It’s a film based on the true story of the Belon/Alvarez family that got caught in an Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004. 595 more words

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"She's All That" Film Review

If you and your friend made a bet that you can make someone at your school popular, would you go through with it? Would you take into consideration the person involving your bet? 310 more words

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"Clerks" Film Review

Clerks is a film directed by Kevin Smith that follows a day in the life of two convenience store workers: Dante (Brian O’Halloran) and Randal (Jeff Anderson). 364 more words

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"A Perfect Getaway" Film Review

Sometimes it’s hard to find a message in a film that’s a psychological thriller. This may be the case for the film A Perfect Getaway, directed by David Twohy. 362 more words

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"The Way" Film Review

The Way is an amazing film about loss, friendship, life and self-discovery. Directed by Emilio Estevez and starring Martin Sheen (as Tom), Emilio Estevez (as Daniel), Deborah Unger (as Sara), Yorick van Wageningen (as Joost), and James Nesbitt (as Jack). 462 more words

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