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The Village

Released 07/30/2004                              Rated: PG-13

I’d always thought this was a horror movie. One with a twist that had been ruined for me early on, but I had no intention of seeing the film at the time, so it didn’t matter. 301 more words


Phoenix OUT McAvoy IN for New M. Night Shyamalan Film

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

Well that was quick.

In a bit of a bummer for casting it looks like Joaquin Phoenix will not be joining director M. 130 more words


Örömfilm. W. Allen: Irrational man (Abszurd alak)

Woody Allen legújabb filmjének címszereplője egyáltalában nem abszurd alak, és még csak nem is egy irracionális ember. Ellenkezőleg: túlságosan, a végletekig racionális, mégpedig abban az értelemben, ahogy a kommunisták vagy a nácik voltak azok, vagyis hogy valamiféle rációnak, eszmének, fixa ideának rendel alá minden emberi értéket. 728 more words


Joaquin Phoenix drops out of M. Night Shyamalan's new film

M. Night Shyamalan was to reunite with Joaquin Phoenix for a new psychological horror film, marking their third collaboration following 2002’s Signs and 2004’s The Village… 86 more words


On Rosewood, Oregon, Vladimir Putin, and Hurricane Joaquin vs. Joaquin Phoenix

Greetings Minds,

Welcome to the new Mind of Morrison, where I’ve ditched the microscope I, for seven years, laser-focused at James Island, S.C. for a broader lens, one wide enough for the world at-large. 759 more words


"Are you not entertained?"

From: Gladiator

Genre: Movies

Who said it?: Maximus Decimus Meridius

The story behind the quote: The quote comes Ridley Scott’s Gladiator starring Russell Crowe as Maximus, the titular “Gladiator” of the film. 128 more words