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Opinion by Coffeeuser posted 4 days ago
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Here are my Top 10 Favorite Movies of All Time. Again, I won't be writing any articles but simply adding the pictures and titles. This is a countdown, meaning that number one is the best. I have all different kinds of movies on this list. Tell me what you think in the comment section but remember that this is just my personal opinion.


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Opinion by KataraLover posted 1 month ago
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A LONG time ago I made a list about my top 10 favorite movies, but my list has changed quite a lot since then. I've watched other movies that I forgot that I loved so much. There are even some fairly recent movies that have made my list, and usually new movies don't strike such a cord with me so soon. Keep in mind that this is my personal favorite list and if you don't see your favorite on here that you can just make your own list and write it into an article. Please comment, but be polite because this is just my opinion. Enjoy!

20.Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows

As a lot of you know, my favorite celebrity of ALL-TIME is Judy Garland, so it's no surprise that I would find a movie about her life. But since I love her so much, I ,of course, was critical going in, but I absolutely ADORE this movie. They captured what Judy was like as a person and the tragedy of her life. They managed to balance both out, which is the only way you can tell a story about Judy Garland. They showed her quick wit, her dedication to her children, her kindness, her spunk, and how damaged she was emotionally. Judy Davis does an amazing...
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News by dscpr posted 4 months ago
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EXCLUSIVE -- Rising actor, Adrian Voo, joins all-star cast for teen comedy film, "Little Bitches."

"Little Bitches" follows two best friends (played by Jennette McCurdy and Kiersey Clemons) who reconnect with a former friend (Virginia Gardner) before an end-of-senior-year party. Voo joins the teen comedy as a stoner mechanic named Adrian.

The film is written and directed by Nick Kreiss. The cast includes Moises Arias, Karan Soni, Jaime Camil, Andrew Santino, Laura Hayes, Beth Dover and Chloe Bridges.

Voo is thrilled at the opportunity, adding "I am so honored to be working with such an amazing group of filmmakers. I think audiences will be watching this film for years to come."

Voo will next be seen in the comedy film, "Amateur Night," starring Jason Biggs, Janet Montgomery and Ashley Tisdale. "Amateur Night" opens in select theaters and on demand Spring 2016.
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List by HaleyDewit posted 6 months ago
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Favorite Movie: Pitch Perfect 2
Favorite Movie Actor: Channing Tatum
Favorite Movie Actress: Scarlett Johansson
Favorite Action Movie: The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials
Favorite Action Movie Actor: Robert Downey Jr.
Favorite Action Movie Actress: Shailene Woodley
Favorite Comedic Movie: Pitch Perfect 2
Favorite Comedic Movie Actor: Mark Wahlberg
Favorite Comedic Movie Actress: Anna Kendrick
Favorite Dramatic Movie: The Longest Ride
Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor: Channing Tatum
Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress: Rachel McAdams
Favorite Family Movie: Cinderella
Favorite Thriller Movie: Insidious Chapter 3
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Opinion by KataraLover posted 9 months ago
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Well, I said I would get to my best and worst actors article and I did. These are in my opinion the best and worst actors and if you saw my best and worst actresses list you'll know how this works. I will provide a link to the actor acting and will show honorable and dishonorable mentions. If you like the actors on the worst list, please don't take offense to this, it's just my personal opinion. Everything about this article is CLEARLY opinion based, so please be polite. Please comment to let me know what you think, just don't be rude about it.

The Worst

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If you've watched the Nostalgia Critic, you'd see the Critic complain about this guy's acting A LOT and it's clear to see why. He's very bland, has emotionless facial expressions, and his voice is completely lifeless. I mean, even in something like The Lion King his acting is very bad, though at the same time I can't imagine anyone else as Simba because I'm so used to it. He's not versatile, he can't show emotion in his face or voice, isn't convincing AT ALL, has bland line...
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Review by tamore posted 9 months ago
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Movie reviews generally aren't my thing, and I don't spend a lot of time reading them let alone writing them, but Snowpiercer was one of the best movies I've seen in years. Here's the synopsis:

In this sci-fi epic from director Bong Joon Ho, a failed global-warming experiment kills off most life on the planet. The final survivors board the SNOWPIERCER, a train that travels around the globe via a perpetual-motion engine. When cryptic messages incite the passengers to revolt, the train thrusts full-throttle towards disaster.(TWC-Radius)

It sounds like a run-of-the-mill dystopian thriller. It sounds like the tail-end passengers will successfully revolt against the high-class front-end passengers. It sounds like the Hunger Games, where at the end of the war the protagonist and their quest prevail.

It's not.

Here's what sets Snowpiercer (2013) apart from other dystopias (note - major spoilers ahead!):

1. The protagonist himself. Chris Evans plays Curtis, the leader of the revolt. He is not pure at heart - he admits that when the world first froze over, seventeen years before the beginning of...
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Opinion by KataraLover posted 10 months ago
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I've been planning to do this for a while but I never really got around to it. Surprisingly, it took A LOT more thinking for me to decide for my worst actresses list than it did my best actresses list. Acting is amazing for some people and unfortunately some lack any ability to act at all. And this will be my personal opinion on who I consider to be the worst and the best actresses I've ever seen. Now, keep in mind that this is all opinion based and feel free to create your own article on this subject. Also, eventually I will be doing my article of my top 10 best and worst actors, although that will be much harder than this one is for some reason. I will provide a link to each actress acting and please comment.

The Worst

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She's not a very well-known actress and I think people are lucky for not knowing her because her acting is horrendous. I'll name one reason everyone will think so, though not a good reason for thinking she's a bad actress, she's a Disney Channel star. MOVING ON! She's an absolute HAM in everything she does. Anytime she...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 11 months ago
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Jason Woods
If the big earthquake happened today -- how would you survive? Are you the type of person that could land on your feet or would you go into shock at the sight of the city in shambles?

Evidently, rising actor link is ready to ride it out and rescue the girl he loves.

Of course, this is all just part of the new disaster film link that recently released on VOD from The Asylum.

I recently caught up with Jason Woods to find out about his daring new role and more.


Tell us about your role in "San Andreas Quake."

JW: My character, Nick, a struggling college student, becomes an unconventional action hero when he is thrown into the chaos of a massive earthquake.

How was it to work on a disaster film – any nightmares?

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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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How many people do you know who can say they landed a distribution deal for their first feature film with one of the biggest companies in the game?

Well, now you can add screenwriter/executive producer link to that short list.

The romantic comedy link which recently released on VOD/Digital from link, marks Tony’s first feature film as a screenwriter and executive producer. His second film as executive producer is the Christian-drama, link is set to premiere later this year.

So, was it a happy accident, divine intervention or maybe just pure luck? I’m still not sure. But, whatever you call it -- no one can argue that this isn’t a serious roll Tony’s currently on in the film industry.
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted over a year ago
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Alright,last week I did a list of the top 5 movies that others hate but I like/love,so naturally I wanted to the the opposite.
First,this is all opinion based,and if you happened to like or love any of the movies here,I just want to say that I'm sorry if I hurt you,after all,nothing is without it's haters.
Second,I'm going to include movies on the list that I personally don't enjoy or think they're being over-praised.
Alright so without any further ado,let's do this:

5.The Lion King (1994).
Now first of all,I don't hate this movie,I really don't.I just dislike it on the grounds that nearly every compliment that it gets is an exaggeration of the actual good qualities of the film.The Lion King is by no means a bad movie,I just don't think it's very good.
The story fails to be relatable because the characters aren't believable or sympathetic.The characters are only the most basic archetypes,the love interest and the moral center,the foppish villain,the celebrity comic relief.Nala seems to have little to no character besides telling Simba and Scar off.Mufasa is just a cool father with no faults to make him believable,plus I never...
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Opinion by Renegade1765 posted over a year ago
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I personally wanted to do this list but I didn't have time.Now that I have,let's start.
First of all,I will only include 5 because I couldn't find enough information to be said about most of them,so I will only include the 5 movies that I like the most.
Second,I will only include movies that I know it's bad but I enjoy it anyway,movies that I think don't get enough appreciation and movies that I think are over-hated.
And third,this is all opinion based.
So without any further ado,let's get started:

5.Man of Steel (2013).
I personally really like this movie.Now I can understand why many people would call this movie terrible.For instance,I agree that the product placements in this movie are beyond horrendous.But I think the people who hate on it don't really see how good it is.The people say that the characters are boring,but I have to disagree,those characters seem boring to them because they're not as over the top and single noted as the comic book ones and Christopher Reid ones.It's a new kind of Super-man that needs a less cliched character,it needs a tougher and darker out look because we've seen the other Super-man stories...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Brett Baker

Zombies are about to hit the link

To be more specific, Henry Hobson’s zombie thriller, link will premiere at the fest on April 22nd before hitting select theaters and VOD on May 8th.

Actor link tries to keep order in this post-apocalyptic tale, which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as a father struggling to care for his infected daughter, played by Abigail Breslin.

I recently caught up with Brett Baker to discuss “Maggie” and some other fun stuff.

Tell us about your role in the zombie thriller “Maggie.”

BRETT: I play a military officer responsible for enforcing the town’s curfew. During an evening patrol, I discover a woman who is out past curfew. Her strange behavior leads me to interrogate and take her into custody.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Pamela Heffler
If you’re a parent, then your worst nightmare would probably be the death of your child.

Actress Pamela Heffler dives headfirst into this arena during flashback sequences as part of Lee Cipolla’s hospital drama “The Shift,” currently available on DVD/VOD.

I recently caught up with Pamela Heffler to discuss the project and some other fun stuff.

Tell us about your role in “The Shift.”

PAMELA: I play the lead character Kayle's mother in flashback scenes. The opening of the film is of me with my two sons prior to my younger son almost drowning which leaves him in a coma. Kayle and I have an argument about whether his little brother should be kept alive on life support or not. As his mother I insist on keeping him alive no matter what. Kayle disagrees. I am furious with Kayle for giving up on his brother. I tell him to leave and it's the last time we see one another. My character haunts Kayle throughout the film with memories of his brothers drowning, my upset, and his conflict over the situation. It ultimately informs his decision to become a nurse and grapple with the question of DNR which is the crux of...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Paul S. Tracey
If you’re into horror flicks, then you’ll definitely want to remember the name Paul S. Tracey. This rising actor has emerged in two frightening films, the newly released Peter Jakl cannibalism tale “Ghoul” and the experimental indie “Expressway to Your Skull,” screening on the festival circuit.

I recently caught up with Paul S. Tracey to find out more about bringing the fear on these scary projects.

First, tell us about your role in the new cannibalistic horror film “Ghoul.”

PAUL: My character in “Ghoul” is Ryan. He goes to Ukraine with his best friend and girlfriend to shoot a documentary about cannibalism of the 21st century. His family has funded the project so he's somewhat hell-bent on completing the film regardless of what happens.

What would you consider your characters ‘best’ quality? And their ‘worst’?

PAUL: I would say my characters best quality is that he's determined. But the same quality is also probably his worst because it blinds him from recognizing some warning signs that things aren't okay around him. It also makes him a little selfish at times.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Charlz Williams
Actor Charlz Williams helps shed some light on black on black discrimination in the new dramatic short “Throw the Dog a Bone.”

The film is screening on February 14th & 16 as part of the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and I recently caught up with Charlz to find out more.

Tell us about your role in “Throw the Dog a Bone.”

CHARLZ: I play the role of a college professor at an Ivy League institution who has been assigned as the faculty adviser to a your African-American coed who is being accused of cheating to gain admission into the college. It becomes clear from the start that I am opinionated and do not like her because I angrily refer to her as, "You people". I then go about trying to make life on campus difficult for her because I want her to "Quit and go home".

What would you consider your characters ‘best’ quality? And their ‘worst’?

CHARLZ: My character best quality is that he is committed to something even through his thinking is not in alignment with those around him.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Just in time for Valentine’s Day…the new traditional romance film “Old Fashioned” is hitting theaters.

Actress Anne Marie Nestor hopes to heal her broken heart in this new indie from writer, director and star Rik Swartzwelder. “Old Fashioned” tells the story of traditional courtship between a former frat boy, who gives up his reckless lifestyle, and a free-spirited young woman with a restless soul.

I recently caught up with Anne Marie to find out more.

Tell us about your role in “Old Fashioned.”

ANNE MARIE: I play the role of Kelly, the lead character Clay's (Swartzwelder) college love. Recently separated from her husband, Kelly comes back into Clay's life seeking solace to heal her broken heart.

What would you consider your characters ‘best’ quality? And their ‘worst’?

ANNE MARIE: The character is an influence in Clay's life that is shown throughout the film and one of the primary motivations for his unconventional views on romance. She has a positive impact on his views regarding relationships, but reappears later in his life at a less than ideal time.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Salina Duplessis
Actress/Filmmaker Salina Duplessis brings her award-winning dark comedy short film “My Name is Karma” to the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles on February 7th.

The film earned ‘Best Comedy Short Film’ when it premiered at the Urban MediaMakers Film Festival and is quickly becoming an audience favorite.

I had a chance to interview Salina to find out more about her directorial debut, “My Name is Karma”.


Tell us about “My Name Is Karma.”

SALINA: MY NAME IS KARMA follows the young and seemingly successful Robin Clarke, whose only downfall is her deadbeat boyfriend, Garrett (Rashod Freelove). When he stands her up on her birthday, a desperate Robin unknowingly incites the help of Karma personified who magically gives her the power to make sure that Garrett’s ‘Karma’ catches up with him.

This is your first time as a writer, director and star – what was that like?

SALINA: It was like piloting a plane and being a flight attendant at the same time!! When you act and direct you wear many hats. If I ever act again in a movie that I direct, my role would be very...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Actor Michael Cotter is asking lots of questions in Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film “Inherent Vice."

Michael teams up with Reese Witherspoon to interrogate detective Larry "Doc" Sportello, played by Joaquin Phoenix. Set in Los Angeles in the 1970’s, the film follows the drug-tripping detective as he investigates a disappearance.

Fans will remember Michael for his role opposite Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington in the cult indie-hit “DYLAN DOG: Dead of Night.” He’s also appeared on several television shows including recurring roles on “Scrubs”, “Help Me Help You” and “Shark.”

And next year, Michael will join Mark Feuerstein, Jaima Mays, Stanley Tucci, Rebecca Romijn, Marcia Gay Harden and Taye Diggs for the indie comedy, “Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant.”

I recently caught up with Michael Cotter to find out more about “Inherent Vice.”

Tell us about your role in "Inherent Vice”.

MICHAEL: I play Associate District Attorney Rhus Frothingham in the film. He works in the same office, sitting across a desk from Penny, played by Reese Witherspoon.
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Article by goatfacewwe posted over a year ago
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Cena's reality becomes real
John Cena: Yo,yo,yo,yo It's your Boy John cena AKA the face of WWE, AKA the leader of the cenation. Now you all know that I love Cars I love them so Much that I was cast In need for Speed as a Extra. My love for cars goes along way back to before I was even in WWE And If u didn't already know I was in Gillette young guns celebrity race and WWE Slam City Has me as an auto Mechanic so u know it's legit but anyway enough about me and my love of cars here's how I got Cast in Need for speed.
Tobey Marshall: I need another mechanic and I know WWE superstar John Cena would be perfect as my partner.(calls John)
phone rings
Cena: Hello?
Tobey: Hey u John cena.
Cena: U know it
Tobey: U down to help me on set as a film extra
Cena: sure but who's this?
Tobey: Tobey Marshall I'm the star of need for Speed
Cena: Aww I love that game I'm in.

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Article by goatfacewwe posted over a year ago
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the Vampire Diaries becomes an acdemy
Here's what would of happened if Vampire Dairies was a movie during the end of season 4 and start of season 5.
Elena Gilbert: where are we?
Rose Hathaway: St Vladimir's Academy
Caroline Forbes: Really? How did that Happen?
Bonnie Bennett:We got completely taken out of mystic Falls? who did this?
Rebekah Mikaelson: I did Bonnie bloody Bennett
All three girls: Rebekah, Didn't u leave?
Bekah: Yeah but I heard u guys are in college now and u guys needed some place to be so here u all are. The worst College in the entire world Enjoy.
Rose: Don't believe Her(suddenly Bekah sinks her teeth in to rose and kills her).
Bekah: Time to make your guys life a living hell oh By the way I'm in charge Here.
All three: oh no we gotta stop her.
Hayley Marshall; I don't think so Bekah left me in charge of watching u three.
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Article by goatfacewwe posted over a year ago
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Matthew scudder
This it a delete scene from a walk among the tombstones involving WWE's Undertaker.
Matthew scudder: I'm looking for the Paul bearer of this place.
Undertaker: Your Looking at him
Matt: Really? Holy cow your scary at hell.
Taker: Hmm u got a lot of nerve showing up here nobody and I mean Nobody comes down here because this is an unholy place. Just look around.
Matt: Well I ain't afraid of someone that dresses like it's Halloween everyday.
Taker: Excuse me? Did u really just say that? Boy I'm about to kick your ass if u don't get out of here.
they proceed to fight and scudder kills undertaker amazingly.

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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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The new short film “Harmony” is sure to leave audiences unnerved when it premieres at the 2014 HollyShorts Film Festival on August 19th at the TLC Chinese Theatre and Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.

This supernatural thriller follows a clairvoyant nurse in a fight for her life against an intruder she never saw coming – or did she?!

“Harmony” was executive produced Dawn Davis, who also stars in the project, written by Warren Fast and helmed by rising female director Logan Kibens, a Sundance Screenwriting Lab fellow, HBO Directors Guild fellow and winner of Film Independent’s Project Involve and Sloane grants.

The film packs a lot of storytelling into a 5-minute morsel and left me perhaps seeing shades of Christopher Nolan’s influence on the next generation of filmmakers.

Check out the “Harmony” trailer at: link

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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Marianne Bourg
European actress Marianne Bourg is earning some big laughs in America with appearances in Universal Pictures “Neighbors” and the indie-flick “Helicopter Mom.”

A mix of Luxembourgish and French, Marianne studied at the Luxembourg National Academy of Dramatic Arts, Cours Florent in Paris and then at the University of Cambridge before moving to Los Angeles. She recently debuted on the big screen in “Wizardream,” starring Malcolm McDowell, and also appeared in the Japanese film, “Gun Woman.”

Marianne recently took time to answer a few questions about her latest projects.

Holly: Can you tell us about your role in “Neighbors”?

MARIANNE: Sure. I play a sorority girl who supports the main characters, Zac Efron and Dave Franco, in their battle against Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne’s family. In one of the scenes in the movie you can see me buy a very particular item from the frat boys. I can’t mention what the object is exactly, because that would ruin one of the biggest and funniest reveals in the movie.
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Review by SentinelPrime89 posted over a year ago
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Oh my God....zilla! Caught the grand opening of the film and it was epic! It was dark. It was gritty. It was realistic. The CGI was as real as it could possibly get. The story was really good and it fit the kind of story you would find in any of the old Japanese films. The characters were genre cliche'd (soldier, nurse, monster expert, military general) but that's all part of the magic of reliving your childhood.
Also, the action scenes and monster fights were really well-done. The only flaw I saw in the whole film was some dull acting bits, primarily from the lead.
I give this film a 9/10.
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Opinion by KotokoAihara posted over a year ago
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Who will make my list?
This is my first article on this club so I hope you guys like it. Please comment on my article I love reading comments and I respond to them quite quickly. However, please do not insult me or any one with your comments. Now lets begin.

Audrey Hepburn
This girl is iconic! I think is so beautiful and she sings. She aged quite well as well, but its a shame she died in her 60's. A lot people compare her to Elizabeth Taylor, but I think there is no comparison. To me Audrey is so much prettier! I love how she speaks as well. Such memorable quotes from her.


Carla Borelli
I saw her in the Wild Wild West, an old 1960's Tv series. She played as the Aztec Sun Goddess and she is just breathtaking. My dad said she is the prettiest girl on the show and my dad is very picky. Plus this show has lots of pretty ladies.

Spohie Marceau
She was in Braveheart and when I was little I thought she was so pretty. In fact I only watched parts of the movie that she was in. Apparently, she is also in a James Bond movie and you know the Bond girls are almost always attractive. [img3 center,...
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Opinion by Fanpop posted over a year ago
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This article was written by Fanpop guest contributor Kailyn T.


It’s that time of year again - summer blockbuster time! Here’s a list of five 2014 summer blockbusters that we just can’t wait to see.

1. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Release Date: May 2, 2014)

How much do we love Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker (a.k.a. Spider-Man)? (Answer: a lot.) And how perfect is his real-life lady love, Emma Stone, for the part of Gwen Stacy? (Answer: very.) The first movie was way more enjoyable than Sam Raimi’s trilogy, so we’re super excited to see the next installment in Marc Webb’s series (yes, seriously - his last name is “Webb”). Jaime Foxx’s Electro and Paul Giamatti’s The Rhino are shaping up to be interesting villains indeed, going by the trailers.




2. Godzilla (Release Date: May 16, 2014)

Fans of the Godzilla franchise have been dying to get the taste of the 1998 Matthew Broderick movie out of their mouths, and this Godzilla film may do just that. We admit, it looks like it may go a bit overboard at times...
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News by MisterH posted over a year ago
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THIS IS VERY URGENT AND NOT A JOKE!

I really mean it! What would you be able to do if SOPA/TPP censors the internet? What would you be able to do if writing fanfics and drawing fanarts become illegal? What would you do if it's illegal to do a cover of your favorite song on YouTube? What would you do if downloading things from the internet (music, movies, TV episodes, etc) became illegal? What would you do if SOPA/TPP wins the war and takes away internet freedom? Net Neutrality is already dead so far, we can't risk the freedom of internet from getting killed by SOPA/TPP!


SOPA may have been stopped, but large companies with many copyrights are trying to re-institute portions of it under other names and policies. This attempt to limit protected speech in the name of copyright is unacceptable, and must be resisted.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Laurel Harris
Actress Laurel Harris is grabbing attention and gaining fans of all ages for her recent roles as the on-screen Mom to some young protagonists.

Adolescent girls and their parents will recognize Laurel from the 2013 American Girl franchise film “Saige Paints the Sky.” She lovingly played Mrs. Copeland, the kind-hearted and supportive Mom of the films young heroine.

Now, boys and action-thriller fans will get to know Laurel from her current role in “Odd Thomas,” based on the novel by Dean Koontz and directed by Stephen Sommers (“The Mummy”). Laurel steps-in as the wife of the town Sheriff (Willem Dafoe) and the mother-figure to our hero Odd (Anton Yelchin), as he tries to stop a disaster of apocalyptic proportions. Of course, the teens won’t appreciate the comedic romantic fodder that Laurel and Willem offer the story, but it will definitely resonate with parents.

Up next, Laurel will be transforming into a strict ‘mommy-dearest’ type for the new indie feature, “The Creep Behind the Camera,” set to premiere in Amsterdam this April.
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Guide by luke36 posted over a year ago
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The Expendables 3 is the The third installment of the action-adventure franchise that follows the exploits of Barney Ross, Lee Christmas, and their associates.

This movie is about the Expendables needing to save the President of the United States. While on their mission, they clash with several younger, technology oriented action heroes.In The Expendables 3, Barney (Sylvester Stallone), Christmas (Jason Statham) and the rest of the team comes face-to-face with Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson), who years ago co-founded The Expendables with Barney. Stonebanks subsequently became a ruthless arms trader and someone who Barney was forced to kill… or so he thought. Stonebanks, who eluded death once before, now is making it his mission to end The Expendables -- but Barney has other plans. Barney decides that he has to fight old blood with new blood, and brings in a new era of Expendables team members, recruiting individuals who are younger, faster and more tech-savvy. The latest mission becomes a clash of classic old-school style versus high-tech expertise in the Expendables’ most personal battle yet.
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Opinion by thetankmoment posted over a year ago
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Dixie
SEQUELS.
The first movie, Disney movies particularly, are about a couple, next thing you know, the sequel is about their kids. Don't get me wrong, sometimes I like it, but I don't like how they take the personality of a character. A few characters might NOT want this happening to them. It might ruin Dixie's career (From Fox and the hound 2), and DESTROY Rita's personality.(From Oliver and Company) In All dogs go to heaven 2 Sasha sings about her not wanting to be in love, but WHY? Probably because she doesn't want her personality taken from her.
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Review by luke36 posted over a year ago
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We enjoyed many great movies in 2013. Among all the movies Iron Man 3 earned highest revenues of $409 million accompanied by Despicable Me 2, with turnover of $365 million. On third spot is Man of Steel with earnings around $291 million. Monsters University is ranked fourth with earnings of $268 million.
On fifth spot is Fast & Furious 6 followed by Oz the Great and Powerful on sixth spot. On seventh spot is Gravity, a very innovative movie. I must say the biggest thriller of the year.Ranked 8th in this list is Star Trek Into Darkness and on number 9th and 10th spot are World War Z and The Croods.
We're the Millers shared the eleventh position.
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News by JackSLover posted over a year ago
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Was 'On Stranger Tides' The First & Only High Seas Adventure For Angelica?
Walt Disney Pictures decided to swap Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – the fifth installment in the theme park ride-based movie franchise headlined by Johnny Depp as the slippery scallywag Jack Sparrow – out from the Summer 2015 lineup this week (right after the studio repositioned Marvel’s Ant-Man to takes its place), rather than rush the swashbuckling blockbuster down the assembly line as fast as conceivably possible.

The Dead Men Tell No Tales script is still being written by Jeff Nathanson (Rush Hour 2 & 3), who took over from Pirates 1-4 co-writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio for the fifth installment. Directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg (Kon-Tiki) are sure to be changing, altering and/or deleting various elements from Nathanson’s original screen story with each subsequent script draft that he finishes hereon out; nonetheless, we have some rumored plot and character details to offer today, as a sneak peek at what the final product may (roughly) end up looking like.
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Claire Lanay
A new film starring Patrick Wilson and Chris Pine? Count me interested!

Fresh off the set, rising actress Claire Lanay gives us a sneak-peek behind the scenes of Joe Carnahan’s new action-comedy, “Stretch,” set for release in March 2014 from Universal Pictures. Claire spills all about what is was like working with Patrick Wilson, but we also get a chance to ask her about her other new project, the web series “Callbacks.”

You might recognize this Asian-American actress from her appearances on the Fox comedy, “Ben & Kate,” the late-night show “Conan” or her recurring roles on “General Hospital” and its SoapNet spin-off, “General Hospital: Night Shift”.


HOLLY: Welcome, Claire! Tell us a bit about the comedy pic “Stretch,” and your role in it.

CLAIRE: “Stretch” is about a down-on-his-luck limo driver (Wilson) who sees an opportunity to erase his debts and start a new life by picking up a mysterious billionaire (Pine). Chaos quickly and invariably ensues, of course. Stretch realizes he’s in over his head and somehow has to survive a dangerously wild night if he ever hopes to...
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Opinion by darange posted over a year ago
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#5. The Notebook
The movie focuses on an old man reading a story to an old woman in a nursing home. The story he reads follows two young lovers named Allie Hamilton and Noah Calhoun, who meet one evening at a carnival. But they are separated by Allie's parents who disapprove of Noah's unwealthy family, and move Allie away. After waiting for Noah to write her for several years, Allie meets and gets engaged to a handsome young soldier named Lon. Allie, then, with her love for Noah still alive, stops by Noah's 200-year-old home that he restored for her, "to see if he's okay". It is evident that they still have feelings for each other, and Allie has to choose between her fiancé and her first love.

#4.Titanic
84 years later a 100-year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukator tells the story to her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell, and Anatoly Mikailavich on the Keldysh about her life set in April 10th 1912, on a ship called Titanic when young Rose boards the departing ship with the upper-class passengers and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Cal Hockley. Meanwhile, a drifter and artist named Jack...
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Fan fiction by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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Never was there a story of more love than that of Juliet and her Romeo,.... but Tybalt Capulet would change that. The dark prince of the Capulets would stop at nothing to make Juliet his wife, and make sure the long rival between the Montagues and the Capulets would remain so. Tybalt would make sure Juliet would never marry Romeo at all costs.

Two households alike in some ways, held a bitter rivalry for as long as anyone could remember. No one knew how this rivalry was started.
One household held a son Romeo a wild, but noble-hearted being. The other held a daughter Juliet, a kind, loving-hearted, smart being.

Each had a confidant that was always by their side,
Romeo was never without his best friend Benvolio
" Benny", Juliet's confidant was more of a personal bodygaurd, someone who loved her- her cousin on her mothers side, the Prince of the Cats- Tybalt Capulet. Juliet did not feel the same way about him. For she rebelled in secrecy against her household to meet with the one she loved. As soon as Tybalt found out things would change, and Juliet's life would no longer be in her hands.
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Opinion by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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I personally think that Tim Burton made Batman, and Gotham city more memorable and his characters were more than one dimensional. The only two characters that went the extra mile in Nolan's were Gary Oldman as Commissioner Gordan and Heath Ledger as a different take on the Joker. But unlike Burton's Batman Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, never really had a whole lot of depth to him, and his voice often sounded a little too raspy. Don't get me wrong I like the movie's and own the first two ( haven't got the last one yet). But I just feel like there is more chemistry between Michael Keaton and Michelle, Michael and Jack, Michael and Danny, the fighting scenes, the music, the costumes, and not to mention Gotham City actually looks like it lives up to its name in the Burton movies instead of just looking like Chicago or New York which is not much fun. I may get some back lash here, but Even Tommy Lee as Harvey Dent, Uma Thurman as Poison Ivy, Arnie as Mr. Freeze, and Jim Carrey as the Riddler were good,( I do prefer Tom Hardy over the gross Bane)- the direction wasn't the best, but the movies are still enjoyable popcorn flicks, - it didn't help that there was a new Batman, every movie...
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Actress Ren Hanami has been turning in some versatile performances lately, including her upcoming role an FBI Profiler on the witness stand for the Lifetime movie, “Hunt for the Labyrinth Killer.” Premiering on the next work this Saturday, August 3rd, 2013 at 8/7c and previously titled “Presumption of Innocence,” the film stars Michael Nouri (“Flashdance”) and chronicles the return of a serial killer.

Ren also transforms herself into the spunky Grandmother Fa for the premiere professional stage production of Disney’s “Mulan,” currently playing at the well-known Tuacahn Hafen Theater in Utah. And, she recently joined the cast of the fan-fave audio drama series, The Katniss Chronicles: Part II,” bringing several characters to life.

We recently caught up with the busy actress to find out more about her current projects and another one of her own she’s working on called “Ninja Mom.”


HOLLY: What can you tell us about the Lifetime movie "Hunt for the
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Nikea Gamby-Turner
If you’ve been hiding under a rock lately and haven’t seen Steven Soderbergh's Liberace bio-pic “Behind the Candelabra” on HBO – you’re missing some amazing performances. Actress NIKEA GAMBY-TURNER had a front row seat to not only watch the magic but also participate in what is likely to be a front-runner during next year’s awards season.

Nikea has been making a name for herself in Hollywood, turning small roles into big opportunities. She’s worked with some major A-listers and is quickly becoming a sought after character actress. It’s not been an easy road, having to take a break from her career to deal with a life threatening illness, but this seriously funny lady didn’t let it keep her down for long.

We recently caught up with Nikea to talk about “Behind the Candelabra” and much more.


HOLLY: Tell us about your experience working on one of the most promoted and highly-anticipated TV movies of the year?

NIKEA: It was truly an awesome experience. It just so happened to be my birthday as well, what a birthday present. My scene was with Matt and Dan, and I watched in awe. I would be easy...
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Opinion by chuckylover911 posted over a year ago
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This is important to horror fans and collectors alike because as Child's Play series fans we are extremely limited in choice as far as accurate replicas go and are forced to pay ridiculous amounts of money for one replica usually of foreign origin because every single worth while piece created for this film is of limited release and considered extremely rare. It's not right for fans of the series to have to pay 2,000 average for a replica and one from 5 years ago at that. We want a "to scale" accurate replica of Chucky from the original Child's Play films in his unstitched form.

To sign the petition and show your support for horror, go here: link
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Guide by Neelu25pearl posted over a year ago
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What are the things the Internet made easier? Firstly it makes our life easier like; easy communication, music easier to exchange, business work become more effective and everyone can access Information. Besides, it has opened up endless ways of entertainment. It doesn't matter if they're funny videos or movies online, you are guaranteed hours of amusement there and that all comes at your fingertips. You can think, a few year ago none of these was even as popular.

The time comes when you can see movie on site that easily allow you to find movies on Internet. As time is running so fast, the life of people becomes busy and hectic. It happens most of the time when they did not get time to watch their favorite flick. Due to this, watching movie habits are changing as we get much busier. People did not make out time to go out for movie on release, and it is not possible all the time. But now it is also not very much hard to find out movie online and see it according to your schedule.
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Reko Moreno
Latino actor REKO MORENO is anything but cursed. But, in the indie film “Bless Me, Ultima,” currently playing in theaters, Reko brings the cursed Uncle Lucas to life. The film is based on the best-selling novel by Rudolfo Anaya, first published in 1972 which has gone on to become the most widely read and critically acclaimed novel in Chicano literary history.

Reko first grabbed attention as the co-creator/ producer/ star of the action-comedy web series “Blanco Boys,” about the adventures of three bounty hunting Latino brothers in the barrio. This Houston, Texas native is back at it again creating a new comedy web series and working on a few other projects as well.

We recently had a chance to ask Reko about his current role in “Bless Me, Ultima” and more.

HOLLY: For those who haven’t seen the film yet, can you tell us about your role in “Bless Me, Ultima”?

REKO: Yes, I play Tony's Uncle Lucas, the one who gets cursed by the daughters of Tenorio Trementina and has to be saved by the one and only Ultima.
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Brian Oerly
Actor Brian Oerly packs a one, two, three punch with appearances in “Parker,” “Bullet to the Head” and “The East.” Dubbed Hollywood’s newest ‘bad boy’, this Stuntman turned professional Actor has been taking his fair share of licks against Hollywood’s A-listers for some time now.

Brian gained attention last year as the Arian henchman flanking Vincent D’Onofrio and Bruce Willis in the action-thriller "Fire with Fire," and alongside Forest Whitaker in the Lionsgate release, "Freelancers." His previous television credits include “Memphis Beat,” “CSI: NY,” “Chuck,” “Charmed,” and the infamous locker room scene opposite Ed O’Neill in “Modern Family.”

We recently had a chance to ask Brian about his upcoming film roles, being known as a ‘bad boy’ and the unavoidable injuries on the job.

HOLLY: It’s seems you’ve been picking a lot of fights lately, so dare we ask you to tell us a bit about your latest roles: opposite Jason Statham in “Parker,” fighting Sung Kang in “Bullet to the Head,” and as the train yard bully in “The East.”
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Adam Croasdell
If you live in the U.K. then you’re probably already familiar with actor Adam Croasdell from his turn on the wildly popular show “East Enders.” But, if you’re here in the States, like me, then you’re just getting to know this handsome and talented Brit from across the pond.

In theaters now, Adam is starring as real-life Col. Elmer Ellsworth in the newly released historical film “Saving Lincoln.” And, he’s been popping up this year as ‘bad guys’ in the popular television shows “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Nikita.” He’s also appeared in ABC’s “Body of Proof” and the CW’s “Supernatural”; and alongside Stephen Rea, Steven Bauer and Ed Quinn in the Universal action-horror movie, “Werewolf: The Beast Among Us.”

We recently had a chance to ask Adam about his current film role and more.

HOLLY: Tell us about your role in the upcoming indie historical drama, “Saving Lincoln.”

ADAM: I play Col. Elmer Ellsworth, a close friend of the Lincolns from the early days when he practiced law with Abraham at his Springfield law offices. Ellsworth tired of the law and developed a fascination with...
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Opinion by ded99 posted over a year ago
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Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables
Denzel Washington, Flight
Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook
Joaquin Phoenix, The Master


Best Actress
Naomi Watts, The Impossible
Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty
Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
Emmanuelle Riva, Amour
Quvenzhane Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild

Best Supporting Actor
Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained
Phillip Seymour Hoffman, The Master
Robert DeNiro, Silver Linings Playbook
Alan Arkin, Argo
Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln

Best Supporting Actress
Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook
Amy Adams, The Master
Helen Hunt, The Sessions
Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
Sally Field, Lincoln

Best Director
David O. Russell, Silver Linings Playbook
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Opinion by digititles posted over a year ago
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Hey everyone,



Have a look at these key art montages illustrating how key art is so stereotypical!

Most of the time you can tell the genre of a movie by just glancing at the poster.


There are 10 images in the series link for full viewing.

ex: orange on black and white is action and crime



I think its the kind of thing you dont really notice until you see the comparison. wow.















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Opinion by PotterLambert93 posted over a year ago
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Since this film has been in the news, people have been complaining and talking crap about a film that hasn't even been released yet. I just thought that I could make my voice be heard on these complaints.

1. "I thought Wicked was the prequel to the Wizard of Oz!" or "Why aren't they doing Wicked instead?"

Sorry to brust you bubbles, but "Wicked" is not an official prequel to the story. It just a fan fiction writen for adult entertainment. I heard somewhere that they were going to film a movie but I haven't really heard any further details as far as I know. There were also rumors that ABC was working on making a tv series, but no info on that either. Maybe someday in the future the film will happen, but right now I think it's good that we finally get to see a movie that focuses on the Wizard for a change, rather than Dorothy or the Wicked Witch.

2. This looks like "Alice in Wonderland"! or "There's too much CGI!!"

When I first saw Tim Burton's version of Alice, I liked it, but after seeing it the 2nd and 3rd time it got a bit boring and gloomy. I was very worried that the new Oz movie would look the same, but after seeing...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Actor Colin Walker is creating a creditable career in Hollywood by working steadily back where he first began -- New Orleans. Colin recently returned as FBI Special Agent James Collington on the third season of “Treme,” HBO’s gritty look at the Big Easy, and he portrays John Ehrlichman, real-life Counsel and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, in the Lee Daniels’ star-studded historical feature, “The Butler,” which was filmed in New Orleans.

Colin first began his acting career in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana and then made his way to Los Angeles via Boston, Boulder and Santa Fe where he received a degree in acting & directing and co-founded a theater company with acclaimed playwright Steven Adly Guirgis.

Colin’s credits include the TV shows “Common Law,” “Breakout Kings,” “The Defenders,” “The Unit,” “Young and the Restless,” “Passions,” “Days of Our Lives,” and the pilot “Texas Ranger Murder Files.” On stage, he has earned numerous LA Weekly Theater Award and Ovation Award nominations for his work in the productions “Because They Have No Words” and “A Wolf Inside the...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Jennifer Cortese
Actress Jennifer Cortese is pops up on both the big and small screens this week, appearing on the new Fox drama “The Mob Doctor” on October 8th and in the Ayn Rand adaptation sequel “Atlas Shrugged II” releasing on October 12th.

This real-life ‘Jersey girl’ grew up singing and performing, dreaming of an acting career since she was 3 years old. After graduating from Georgetown University, she headed to Hollywood and began building a solid resume. She’s appeared on numerous network television shows, including “Desperate Housewives,” “Castle,” “Cougar Town,” and “Criminal Minds,” to name a few; and she’s in the feature films “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and ” Friends & Lovers: The Ski Trip 2.”

I recently had a chance to catch up with busy actress Jennifer Cortese to discuss her two upcoming roles, what it’s like working on a brand new TV show and her preference: TV or film.

HOLLY: You’re going to be in the new sci-fi film “Atlas Shrugged II” hitting theaters October 12th. Can you give us a hint of your role in the film?
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Scott A. Martin
Although you might not recognize actor SCOTT A. MARTIN yet, you soon will. Scott is having a huge summer with appearances in three films this month, including alongside Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis in “THE CAMPAIGN,” Gina Gershon in “KILLER JOE” and Josh Duhamel in “FIRE WITH FIRE.”

Whether Hollywood needs an uber fan, an overbearing boss, or a scary skinhead, this West Virginia native is proving to be the new ‘go-to’ character guy. And this isn’t all, Scott has roles in the upcoming films “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D (Leatherface)” and in the highly-anticipated Tom Cruise film, “Jack Reacher.” Previously, he’s appeared in the films “American Violet” and “Unstoppable”; and on the TV shows “Common Law,” “Memphis Beat,” and “Chicago Hope,” among others.

I recently had a chance to catch up with this hard working actor, who shares what it’s like working with Will & Zach, a few stories from the set and his need for a challenge.


HOLLY: Tell us a little about your role in the new comedy film “The Campaign”
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List by edwardsca posted over a year ago
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Grease
Another Cinderella story
A Cinderella Story
Jack and Jill
Just go with it
Twilight
New Moon
Eclipse
Breaking Dawn part 1
Meet the Parents
Meet the Fockers
Little Fockers
Beastly
Bridemaids
Hairspary (remake)
Hairspary
bad Hair
Footloose (remake)
Fame (remake)
Ramona and beezas
21 Jumpstreet (movie)
Thor
Part of me
The Simpsons movie
Beauty and the beast
Fantasia
Ever After
Ella Enchanted
Nancy Drew
Elf
Ice Princess
Robots
Cars 2
Titanic
soul surfer
Monte Carlo
The Descendants
Enchanted
The Princess Diaries
The Princess Diaries 2
The Princess Protection program
Hugo
13 going on 30
Never been kissed
school of rock
Shallow Hal
Iron man
Iron man 2
Men in black
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Guide by karlyluvsam posted over a year ago
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Every night in my dreams
I see you, I feel you,
That is how I know you go on

Far across the distance
And spaces between us
You have come to show you go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you're here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

Love can touch us one time
And last for a lifetime
And never let go till we're gone

Love was when I loved you
One true time I hold to
In my life we'll always go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you're here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

You're here, there's nothing I fear,
And I know that my heart will go on
We'll stay forever this way
You are safe in my heart
And my heart will go on and on
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Guide by karlyluvsam posted over a year ago
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Somewhere over the rainbow
Way up high
There's a land that I heard of
Once in a lullaby

Somewhere over that rainbow
All skies are blue, oh
And where dreams
That you dare to dream
Really do come true

Someday I'll wish upon a star
And wake up where the clouds are far behind me
And troubles melt like lemon drops
Way above the chimney tops
That's where you'll find me

Somewhere over the rainbow
Bluebirds fly, oh
If birds can fly over the rainbow
Why, then why can't I?

Someday I'll wake and rub my eyes
And in that land beyond the skies
You'll find me
I'll be a laughing daffodil
And leave the silly cares that
Fill my mind behind me

Somewhere over that rainbow
Bluebirds fly
If birds can fly over the rainbow
Why, then why can't I?

If happy little bluebirds fly
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Guide by karlyluvsam posted over a year ago
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Everybody get up it's time to slam now
We got a real jam goin' down
Welcome to the Space Jam
Here's your chance, do your dance at the Space Jam
Alright....

Come on and slam, and welcome to the jam
Come on and slam, if you wanna jam

Hey you, watchagonna do
Hey you, watcha gonna do
Hey you, watcha gonna do
Hey you, watcha gonna do
Party people in the house lets go
It's your boy "Jayski" a'ight so
Pass that thing and watch me flex
Behind my back, you know what's next
To the jam, all in your face
Wassup, just feel the bass
Drop it, rock it, down the room
Shake it, quake it, space KABOOM...Jus
work that body, work that body
Make sure you don't hurt no body
Get wild and lose your mind
Take this thing into over-time
Hey DJ, TURN IT UP
New CD, goin' burn it up
C'mon y'all get on the floor
So hey, let's go a'ight
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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Debbie Friedlander
Actress DEBBIE FRIEDLANDER is fresh off the set of Steven Soderbergh’s upcoming psychological thriller, THE BITTER PILL, due to hit theaters in early 2013.

Previously on screen, this New York and Boston based actress has appeared in numerous indie films, including the award-winning “Absent Father”; and on-stage she originated and was instrumental in developing the lead role of Cora Turner in production of “Scotch Kiss.” Additionally, she performed the role of Liz Hastings in the New York premiere of “One In Eight.”

The details about THE BITTER PILL are very hush-hush, but I recently had a chance to catch up with Debbie to chat a little bit about her role opposite two of Hollywood’s biggest A-listers: Jude Law and Rooney Mara.

HOLLY: Tell us a little about your role in THE BITTER PILL.

DEBBIE: I play Mrs. Westerman, a psychiatric social worker at Wards Island Hospital, a facility for the criminally insane. To say more would be to give away some of the story line -- sorry.
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Branca Ferrazo
Actress Branca Ferrazo brings her Brazilian beauty and brains to the new dark comedy film “Petunia.” Branca not only appears on-screen, but steps in as an Executive Producer of the film which recently premiered at FRAMELINE Film Fest in San Francisco and will screen next at OUTFEST in Los Angeles on July 14th, 2012.

Ash Christian (“Fat Girls” and Tribeca Film Festival’s ‘Emerging Talent’ winner) directs and co-wrote the screenplay along with Theresa Bennett. The cast also includes Thora Birch, Brittany Snow, Michael Urie, David Rasche, newcomer Tobias Segal and Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Award winner Christine Lahti.

I recently caught up with Branca Ferrazo to chat about the film, her newest creative role as EP, her family and her unique skills as an Aerialist.

HOLLY: Tell us a little about the new dark comedy film “Petunia” and your role in it.

BRANCA: "Petunia" is a dark comedy about a dysfunctional family - the Petunias - on the verge of a nervous breakdown, as they try to come to terms with their misgivings about life, their relationships, and sexual confusion. I play the role of Natassia - a sex...
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Opinion by AcidBanter posted over a year ago
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Bought this film on a whim. Have to say that I'm glad I did.

The story centres around James Nesbitt's character Peter, who lives alone on a remote Scottish island running a lighthouse. Through flashbacks we see his previous life as a family man with a successful career and how he came to be alone. Simply, it's a tale of 'you don't know what you've got until it's gone'.

Nesbitt lives alone, not speaking for most of the film. With a lesser actor this would have likely become tedious but Nesbitt carries the performance well.

However, it's the arrival of a young ship-wrecked girl named Charlotte that manages to bring Peter back to life. The young actress here manages to play happy, mischievous and adorable without becoming annoying.

Together Nesbitt and newcomer Lillian Woods are alone through much of the film but carry through to the end, making it an enjoyable watch without the story dragging.

All in all, an enjoyable watch, a good film to watch with the family, or if you just feel like watching a feel-good film.
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Opinion by disney505218 posted over a year ago
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10. Treasure Planet

I put this movie at number 10 because, while it's my 2nd favorite Disney movie, i don't really believe that it's a bad movie. I just feel like it's vastly under-rated. Maybe it's denial, maybe not. But I do know that not many people know about this Disney movie. It was made in Disney's minor slump of the early 2000's, around the same time as 'Atlantis-the Lost Empire'. Actually, I've always lumped those two movies together, as forgotten epic movies. I'll admit this movie has it's fault, the whole premise is just copying a famous book...in space! But I do think the story makes up for it. However, out of all the Disney animated movies that I love, I think this one probably is the least popular.

9. The Planet of the Apes Sequels

I don't love these movies. I recognize that they're a bland shadow of the originals, and were just made for money. But I loved the original and everything about it so much that I watched about three of the sequels. 3 of them! This is pretty low on the list, because I honestly didn't really like them much. They were okay, but the fact that I actually watched them all astounds me. And I didn't hate...
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Guide by saragh6 posted over a year ago
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now diversity the winners of BGT 2009 are the most popular HIP HOP/ STREET dance crew in the world! some people say: why didnt susan win? or why did diversity win? because every 1 has their own opinions
but i <3 diversity! but even after all of this diversity are now touring the world every day dancing on stage doing what they like best susan is doing well to this dance group contains 11 dancers in it the youngest being mitchell craske and 2nd youngest being perri kiely they live in london and spend really every single moment the have dancing practicing for shows they have a second floor that they jump off of to pratice the lifts and jumps! here are diversitys names:

ashley banjo
jordan banjo

sam craske
mitchell craske

ian mcnaughton
jamie mcnaughton
matt mcnaughton

warren russel
ike ezekwugo
terry smith
perri kiely

(this article was not on a movie!)
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Opinion by KataraLover posted over a year ago
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Okay so I decided that I would make a list of my top 10 favorite movies of ALL TIME. This includes all movies all together not just tradtionally animated, computer animated, or live-action. I mean ALL of them ALL together. I have a very unique list because I have some really underrated movies on my list that a lot of people hate. I'm going to explain why I love the movie so much because all of these movies have had a great impact on my life, even one that's very new. Everytime I watch these movies they make me smile. Now please don't hate and keep in mind this is just my opinion, if you don't like it than go make your own list. I never just complain with a comment, I make my points big and effective. Please leave a comment on what you think of my article and list, enjoy!

10.Beauty and The Beast 2: Enchanted Christmas

Yep, this is a bad way to start an article off; with an underrated film. However I don't care, I LOVE this movie and it's actually my favorite christmas movie EVER! I have so many found memories when I watched this as a kid. It's a tradition for me to watch this movie every christmas. I love all the songs...
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"INFINITY" - poster
Filmmaker Randy Crowder has been making a serious impression on the indie festival circuit with his powerful new short film “INFINITY.” After establishing himself in Hollywood as an actor, Randy began building his knowledge behind the scenes working in numerous production positions which has lead him to creating this film and his directorial debut.

“INFINITY” has been earning ‘Official Selection’ status at numerous festivals around the country, including recent screenings at the 2012 ITN Film Festival in Hollywood and the ON LOCATION: Memphis Film Festival. Up next, the film is set to screen at The Black Hills Film Festival on May 1st and at the Catalina Film Festival which runs May 4th-6th.

I recently had a chance to chat with Randy, who revealed his inspiration for the story, what surprised him most while making it, and overcoming the ‘no-to-low’ budget issues that many indie filmmakers face.

HOLLY: Tell us a little about your new film “Infinity.”
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News by Shirley2012 posted over a year ago
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Here's a picture of a villain who is a nasty person. But you love the movie villains who are Scar (The Lion King) Thrax (Osmosis Jones) Randall Boggs (Monsters, Inc.) Gaston (Beauty and the Beast) Victor Quartermaine (Wallace and Gromit) Mulgarath (The Spiderwick Chronicles) Vlad Vladikoff (Horton Hears a Who) Tai Lung (Kung Fu Panda) Shan-Yu (Mulan) Lamia (Stardust) Queen Narissa (Enchanted) Rene Belloq (Raiders of the Lost Ark) The Raccoons (Brother Bear 2) Shere Khan (The Jungle Book 2) Captain Hook (Return to Never Land) Ruber (Quest for Camelot) Darla Dimple (Cats Don't Dance) Chef Skinner (Ratatouille) Ratchet and Madame Gasket (Robots) Tzekel-Kan (The Road to El Dorado) Ursula (The Little Mermaid) The Toad (Flushed Away) Count Olaf (Lemony Snicket) Captain Hook (2003 Peter Pan) Gus (Night at the Museum) Zira (The Lion King 2) Botticelli (The Tale of Despereaux) Morgana (The Little Mermaid 2) The Other Mother (Coraline) The Monstars (Space Jam) Dr. Calico (Bolt) Wicked Witch of the West (The Wizard of Oz) Clayton (Tarzan) Shaw (Open Season) Stromboli (Pinocchio) Makunga (Madagascar 2) Hades (Hercules) Gallaxhar (Monsters vs Aliens) Marina Del Rey (The Little Mermaid 3) The...
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List by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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1.Darth Vader-he had to learn that power is not more important than family, especially when the fraternal twins you never knew you had are fighting to overthrow you.

2.King Triton-No matter how much you teach your daughter or daughters they are going to grow up and at times disobey you and make/lead their own lives.

3.Kronos-dont piss off your "Godly" sons, or they will over throw you and take over.

4.Prince Charming-Fight till the end for whats right and trust your daughter will come and find you and your wife to break an evil curse.

5.James Potter-Dont be so cocky and mean around your future wife-she may be best friends with a guy you hate-who out of love for her protects your chosen son

6.Marlin-Dont be so overprotective of your son, he may get desperate and try something stupid.

7.Shrek-dont push away friends and family, just cause your and ogre doesn't mean you have to act like one.

8.Tramp-You may want to inform your wile son that you were once a street dog yourself and its more dangerous than fun. Otherwise he will runaway and get into trouble
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted over a year ago
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The newly released coming-of-age film “October Baby” is certainly causing a stir with its life-affirming message, and I recently had a chance to chat with one of the stars of the film JASON BURKEY.

Jason has been building a solid resume and racking up performance awards on the indie festival circuit, including the Heartland Film Festival’s coveted Jimmy Stewart Memorial Crystal Heart Award and Envision Film Festival’s Best Actor Award for his performance in “Thin Ice”; and Best Actor accolades for his performance in the indie films “Date This” and “Moment of Truth.”

Jason reveals what attracted him to the project, his experience working with this directing team once again, and what's coming up in the near future.

Holly: Tell us a little about the newly released film “October Baby” and your role in it.

JASON: “October Baby” follows the journey of Hannah, a beautiful young woman who discovers that she's adopted and the survivor of a failed abortion. I play the role of JASON, her childhood best friend who encourages her to take a road trip to find answers about her past. My character is with Hannah every...
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Actor MICHAEL TEH (pronounced Tay) takes to the sky for his latest film, “Air Collision,” which releases on DVD March 27th. Michael joins Reginald VelJohnson (“Die Hard,” CW’s “Hart of Dixie”) and Jordan Ladd (“Death Proof,” “Hostel: Part 2”) for this soaring thriller, which comes from award-winning director Liz Adams in her debut feature for The Asylum production company.

This Aussie born actor didn’t start out looking for a career in Hollywood. After earning both an MBA and law degree, he worked in several East Coast corporate careers before changing course and entering into a theater program. Eventually, he made his way from New York City to LA, where in a short amount of time, he has become a rising star in the indie world, having shot over 35 films. With an ethnically ambiguous look and a natural ear for accents (having lived in the U.S., England, and Australia), Michael has played Caucasian, Asian, Latino, Australian, Mediterranean, and Native American characters.
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Guide by Shirley2012 posted over a year ago
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"The Three Musketeers" on dvd will be available on March 13, 2012. In this dvd, it tells a story about the hot-headed young D'Artagnan along with three former legendary but now down on their luck Musketeers must unite and defeat a beautiful double agent and her villainous employer from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war.

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Opinion by jandswagg posted over a year ago
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Honest the lorax not my favorite I mean they made the grinch and Horton hears a who movies and those were not bad. It was sorta annoying I thought how they never explained how he got the seed. And the onceler showed himself at the end I thought it was better in the book how he never showed himself. The girl Ted the main guy likes was way too old for him he said he was 10 and he said she was in highschool um I'm missing the memo here. Those of you who haven't seen it I would not reccommend it.



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Review by zoey010 posted over a year ago
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Yes, finally I watched the movie. At first, I thought that it was a crazy movie. But when I started to watch Colombiana, I got totally hypnotized.

It was an absolutely great movie but it wasn't perfect. In fight and action scenes there were many cuts and I couldn't see what were they doing. Were they fighting or dancing? Also at the beginning 9 years old Cataleya stabbed an adult and it was very silly. To be honest, the script wasn't a prodigy.

Actually I liked some things about the movie. It takes your breath away when you're watching. The young actress Amandla Stenberg, who plays young Cataleya is very talented in acting, she made me almost cry. Also the actors matched very good with their characters, I can't think about any other actors to take their places. That movie must took a great work.

As a Zoe Saldana fan, I am trying to never miss her movies since Avatar. She has got a great talent. I'm really looking forward for her next movie, although I don't know what movie it's going to be.
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News by papa posted over a year ago
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It's that time of year again when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences releases the nominees for the 84th Annual Academy Awards (recognizing films from the calendar year 2011). The ceremony announcing the winners will be held on Sunday, February 26th, 2012 at 7e/4p on ABC.

2011 Best Picture Nominees
The Artist
The Descendants
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
The Help
Hugo
Midnight in Paris
Moneyball
The Tree of Life
War Horse

2011 Best Actor Nominees
Demian Bichir (A Better Life)
George Clooney (The Descendants)
Jean Dujardin (The Artist)
Gary Oldman (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)
Brad Pitt (Moneyball)

2011 Best Actress Nominees
Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs)
Viola Davis (The Help)
Rooney Mara (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo)
Meryl Streep (The Iron Lady)
Michelle Williams (My Week With Marilyn)

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Guide by Sholoh posted over a year ago
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The amazing twilogy by Suzanne Collins is being made into a movie, and many people believe it will be bigger and better than Twilight.

Here's the trailer

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Watch it and comment if you like it or not.
Also, I highly recommend to read the Hunger Games trilogy.

The genres of the film/ books is action.

Set in the near future, a girl called Katniss Everdeen volunteered to enter the Hunger Games, a game which is run by the government.
24 'tributes' will enter the arena and fight to the death until one person is remaining, who will be the winner.

Watch Katniss' fights to stay alive as she battles the other 24 tributes to win her place as the winner.


Watch out for The Hunger Games, everyone will be talking about it within the following year.


**The movie comes out on 23rd March 2012.
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Fan fiction by Pyjamarama posted over a year ago
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Buxton The Blue Cat from Dougal and the Blue Cat (1972)
The villain does his best to give his worst, and Walt Disney Productions are no exception. Good cannot triumph without evil. In 479 animated cartoons and features, they have brought to life some rogues who will go down in history. On the following pages, we pay tribute to some famous characters who did not win, however hard they tried. These are the classic, disney, and new villains from some of your favourite movies. There's Buxton, Napoleon, Jafar, Ursula, Sykes, McLeach, Maleficent, Hook, Cruella De Vil and others.
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Article by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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Tim Burton's First Breakout movie was Beetlejuice; His wife/partner played an evil witch in Harry Potter named Bellatrix -On the Constellation Orion- Beetleguise and Bellatrix are the two brightest twin stars on his belt.

Janet Leigh is best remembered for Psycho and was a scream queen of her time. Her daughter Jamie Lee Curtis is best known for Halloween and was also a scream queen ( they appear together in horror flicks " The Fog" and Halloween H20).

There are two rebellious " Ariel's" in two 80's flicks that liked to betray their fathers wishes: Ariel Moore in 1984's " Footloose" and Princess Ariel in 1989's " The Little Mermaid". Ironically the movies both deal with " LEGS or FEET" and The Girl falls for a boy her father initially dislikes.


John Williams is a movie composer and has composed music for blockbuster franchises that all are in the top 20 at least. Some being : Star Wars, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Jaws, and Indian Jones-they all get stuck in your head too.
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Opinion by Jawas4eva posted over a year ago
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This is definitely one of the best movies I've ever seen. If you're not a fan of old movies, IT DOESN'T MATTER! The acting of Ian McKellan, Who plays the villainous Chauvelin, and Anthony Andrews, who plays the foppish Sir Percival Blakeney, is outstanding, and Jane Seymour has more than enough beauty to recommend her for the role of Marguerite St. Just, the beautiful French actress. The movie is set during the Reign of Terror, when the French Aristocracy are having their heads chopped off by Robespierre's Republic. A mysterious man called the Scarlet Pimpernel snatches the people from the jaws of the Guillotine, while posing as the foppish fool Sir Percival Blakeney. When however, the King and Queen are beheaded, and the Dauphin, the heir to the throne is kidnapped, The Scarlet Pimpernel will have to sacrifice everything to save France from the iron fist of Robespierre. The film contains many classic lines and phrases, watch the clip in the URL below and you will see what I mean!
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List by Bond_Of_Fury posted over a year ago
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It's been a while since I last made another movie article (2 years, to be exact). I'd like to contribute to this club once more by making a list of my favourite superhero movies. And with The Green Lantern and Captain America: the First Avenger finally playing in theaters, and The Amazing Spider-Man and The Dark Knight Rises coming up, I'll be sure to post reviews about some of them after I've seen them! ;)

Without further ado, here they are in no particular order.



1: Iron Man (2008).

In it's opening weekend, Iron Man grossed $98,618,668 in 4,105 theaters across the United States and Canada, ranking number one at the box office, giving it the 11th-biggest opening weekend, ninth widest release in terms of theaters, and the third highest-grossing opening weekend of 2008 behind Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and The Dark Knight (which appears also in this list :D).
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Opinion by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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Now I realize that some movies deserve the hate. But really isn't it all up to each individual. I honestly don't know why we have critics for anything. They are humans like us and what makes their opinion more valid and noteworthy than someone elses. But take the " Cars" movies for instance, I enjoy them cause I think talking cars and a world full of car stuff is just cute. But it has become a bashing platform. Same with Transformers and Twilight. I personally don't care for Transformers or Twilight, but someone out there does. And yes I have bashed the Twilight movies, but most of the time that is because I cant stand Kristen S. constipated look she always has as Bella. Another thing that is " Trendy to Hate on" is talking dog movies. Okay yes they maybe annoying to some people but I happen to be a sucker for dog movies, talking or not. I enjoyed " Underdog"," Beverly Hills Chihuahua" " Marmaduke" etc. Or someone see's a trailer on Comingsoon.net and Goes " Thats crap, PURE CRAP," . Or remakes and sequels. I dont mind sequels but some-people bash them left and right cause its the in thing to do. There are not alot of remakes I like cause alot of them are in the Horror department....
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Review by daian-raid posted over a year ago
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Those who know and want to know
I need a little assistance on the design, other for this subject:
I’m working on a new story now to and making it a 3D movie and it is related to "shadow"

An entirely new story, in addition to some events related to the known about "shadow", and will be finished during the almost 10 years, but I will clarify some important and interesting sections of the story here,............... it’s a beautiful story and The main axis is the "shadow", a high incidence of accidents and sad passages, but the others giggled over the usual, and the end is very happy
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What distinguishes "shadow" is mystery, and steadfastness, and the immense power, and he’s the main character of the story, in addition to his fun, which is rarely shown because of the events passing, he is known originally as "tricks master", because of his tricks that performed by skilled.



Information directly - by the film, which I'm working on –
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Opinion by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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( in no particular order just listed)

1.Queen/Senator Padme Amidala-Skywalker & Princess/Senator Leia Skywalker-Solo ( her birth&married name)

2. Mrs.Potts & Chip( Beauty and Beast)

3. Mrs.Weasley & Ginny ( Harry Potter series)

4. Queen Athena & Ariel ( Little Mermaid 3

5. Donna Sheridan & Sophie ( Mamma Mia)

6.Auntie Em & Dorothy(mother figure)

7.Morticia & Wednesday Addams ( Addams Family)

8.Tess & Anna Coleman (Freaky Friday)

( Last Two-are Mother-Son relationships, the mothers are so protective they verge on scary)

9. Narcissa & Draco Malfoy ( Harry Potter series)

10. Pamela & Jason Voorhees( Friday the 13th )
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Guide by RealBenTennyson posted over a year ago
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There are several websites to watch online movies and severals to download them too.

I am going to list sites from where you can download movies for your mobile phone. I use these site a lot--

i) www.my3gpclub.com --- It is a wap site (INDIA). You can download Hollywood movies; hollywood movies in hindi as well as bollywood movies in 3gp and mp4 format...

ii) www.o2cinemas.com--- It is also a wap site. You can download hollywood movies in 3gp and Avi format.

iii) www.3gpmobilemovies.com-- Similar to others...

iv) www.crazymovies.in-- Probably the best out of four. Large number of movies.

TRY IT!!
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Review by Nevermind5555 posted over a year ago
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Jan Komasa's latest film tracks a teenager whose life seems ideal on the outset, but who falls into a shady online community that draws him deep into their virtual network and further from reality

The director's previous credits include co-writing the film "Oda do Radości" / "Ode to Joy" (2005), hailed a manifest of young Polish cinema. He makes his debut in 2011 as an independent author with his feature film "Sala samobobóców” / “Suicide Room".

The protagonist of the film a teenager who seems to live the ideal life: settled at home and successful at school. His final secondary-school exams are approaching and his life appears to follow the right track. And yet the boy seems to be missing something...

One day, the teen finds an intriguing movie on the Internet - a report on self-mutilation. He finds the author, establishes a contact with her, and in turn, ends up in a mysterious corner of the network, known as the Suicide Room. The community living here - hidden behind their avatars - discuss their willingness and readiness to commit suicide. Dominik does not have suicidal tendencies, but through his fascination of Sylwia...
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Article by Jeffrey2112 posted over a year ago
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Just saw this on Yahoo, so sad. This article is from the A.P.

LOS ANGELES - Screen legend Elizabeth Taylor, the violet-eyed film goddess whose sultry screen life was often upstaged by her stormy personal life, died Wednesday at age 79.

She died of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she had been hospitalized for about six weeks, publicist Sally Morrison said.

"All her children were with her," Morrison said.

Taylor had extraordinary grace, fame and wealth, and won three Oscars, including a special one for her humanitarian work. But she was tortured by ill health, failed romances and personal tragedy.

"I think I'm becoming fatalistic," she said in 1989. "Too much has happened in my life for me not to be fatalistic."

Her eight marriages — including two to actor Richard Burton — and a lifelong battle with substance abuse, physical ailments and overeating made Taylor as popular in supermarket tabloids as in classic film festivals.
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Opinion by seasoneight posted over a year ago
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Watch I Am Number Four Online free or see it on the big screen. If you are a fan of Alex Pettyfer or the pretty face of Glee, Dianna Argon, then you should definitely not miss to watch this movie on both. I for one have seen the movie on our local theater and I can truly say that the experience is so worth it than to see the film online eventhough it is free.

But then again, since I love the movie so much, I crave to Watch I Am Number Four Online daily thus I search the net regularly for the best sites that offer free online viewing of movies without doing any surveys that has hidden charges. So if you'd ask whether I have found some site that lets me watch the movie for free, I would definitely say yes. Where then? Check out the link below.

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Opinion by seasoneight posted over a year ago
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I grew up with my parents (either my mom or my dad) telling us bedtime stories before we sleep. My mom usually reads them and my dad tries to do some funny actions related to the story.

Me and my sister enjoyed all of these stories but our all time favorite is the "Little Red Riding Hood" story. We thought the story is kinda funny with the little girl outsmarting the big bad wolf. We always cheered for Red and we were always glad that it ended up with her winning over the wolf.

Fast forward to the present day, my sister asked me if we could watch red riding hood online since she's not into watching movies on the big screen. I told her that the current film which stars Amanda Seyfried and directed by Catherine Hardwicke is not like the bedtime story that we grew to love.

I was surprised when she told me she didn't mind. She said that we are no longer children and it's high time for us to have another Red Riding Hood story that is fit for our age. She's got a point. How can I say no to that? So we hope to be able to link soon. We're both excited to see...
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List by jlhfan624 posted over a year ago
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I've done quite a few picks of my favorite movies on this spot, and my taste doesn't really change (majority of my favorites have been on the list for years) so I figured I'd do an article. Because it's more fun I suppose. I'm going to count backwards, and provide you with a quote and try not to talk about them too much.

PS: Don't insult my taste, or Freddy will get you in your sleep. I'm eclectic, I rarely like the same type of movies.

20. Dreamland (2006)

This movie has the most beautiful scenery I've ever seen in any movie. If you like to look at pretty things, I highly recommend it. The mediocre plot won't bother you with these backdrops. Plus Agnes is also super pretty & legit.

19. James & the Giant Peach (1996)

Most people don't know this is a Disney movie but it is, and I enjoy rubbing it in the faces of Disney elite. This movie is so much better than the average Disney film.
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Opinion by luv_warriorcatz posted over a year ago
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This is my first time writing a movie review.

From the first five minutes when I was watching this film, I had already predicted almost half of what's to come later on. I was first introduced to a scene when Balthazar was fighting with Horvath (I think) and Merlin saying that there will be the one who will stop Morgana and her plan to dominate the world with dead people. Then we are introduced to Dave and his meeting with Balthazar. I can already tell that he's the one and what his reaction will be.

Anyway I don't feel like summarizing the whole thing so I'm gonna cut to my opinion on this. It has a lot of special effects and some humor. I, however, was not impressed with this movie. If you cut down all the visual-effects and the fancy stuff with the fire-ball shooting, you'll find the movie to be boring and unoriginal. Well I wouldn't say boring but the plot was so cliche. There's the dorky main character who is introduced to a prophecy about him to a warlock. The warlock then tells him he has to face his fate. Obviously, the main character freaks out and does the same "I can't do this" thing.
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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Here is an article on finding what your favourite movie is enjoy




#1 You watch it on TV or online as you can’t stop watching it even though you have it on DVD.

#2 Your favourite actor is in it or simply because you like that genre.

#3 The music would blow you away

#4 The story that goes with the movie whether its on a single parent struggling to cope with his kid or romance blossoming between the leads if it’s a rom com.

#5 You know ever line in the movie.

#6 You own some of the merchandise or poster of the film.

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Opinion by esmeralda15 posted over a year ago
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IDK I do these things that may be a little disturbing.

1. Boys don't Cry
I scream at the TV and say these deaths didn't happen in Nebraska. Then I start singing the state song.

2.The Outsiders
Okay, instead of crying at the death scenes, I laugh. IDK why! Then I start singing that one song from Tangled by Grace Potter.

3. Selena
I randomly start a slap fight with myself for no apparent reason! I got problems!

4. Silent Hill
I end up crying when the monsters dye. Then I start freaking out when that old lady appears on
the screen. She scares me!

I hope you enjoy my dilemas during movies!
Now I am going to watch Bastard outta Carolina!XD
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List by breebree446 posted over a year ago
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10. Oliver and Company


9. Homeward Bound: Lost in San Francisco


8. Bridge to Terabithia


7. The Haunting


6. Spiderman


5. The Mummy Returns


4. The Goonies


3. Van Helsing


2. X2: X-Men United


1. The Brothers Grimm

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Review by julia0345 posted over a year ago
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Salt Movie Review
Salt is one of those rare action films that has non-stop action hitting for ninety minutes straight and everything is done with a brain. Originally written for a star actor, in which Tom Cruise was the first candidate, but after he refused because he was too similar to his role in Mission: Impossible makers changed the script and took on Angelina Jolie to play the same role reworked for a first female lead.

Evelyn Salt (Jolie) is a CIA officer who is amazing in his work. She has done everything to protect the United States. One day while she was leaving work to go home to her husband for their anniversary, a strange man enters the office with a CIA accusation very strange about Salt. As she and her partner, Ted Winter (Schreiber), sitting around to hear him speak, things start to get a little crazy. This man, who is considered a deserter, said that Evelyn is actually a Russian spy who was planted in the United States to kill the President. Salt not return, thinking it can not be true, and makes a run for it. Ted is on his side at first, but as the cons-espionage agent Peabody (Ejiofor) step, he begins to realize that Evelyn might actually be a Russian spy. His actions...
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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Ok seriously if you were dead shouldn’t you like not be able to do this with someone. (Yep really really strange).
Ok here is an article of movies that I have seen and didn't like at all.Some people may not agree with me but that’s fine too but this is just my POV on them. So please rate & comment.


Enjoy

#1 Just Like Heaven

Ok this was on TV last night and parts of it was funny like the part where Elizabeth is telling David to get out of her apartment and his like No and she falls out the window or the priest coming in with the holy water and she tells David that the priest doesn’t see her either only David does.

Was there anything I liked in this movie:

Well as I said above some parts were funny.And I liked Reese Witherspoon. But whatever made her take this role was beyond me as it was just so weird.

What went wrong:

Ok this was one confusing movie that I have ever seen. Its so stupid,the leading man was so wooden he wasn’t at all attractive like George Clooney or James Marsden. Reese Witherspoon was awful in this. Her charcther was bitchy and mean yet she was a big softie.But the worst thing about this whole movie is that Elizabeth’s spiritual side...
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Article by Jeffrey2112 posted over a year ago
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Tom Cruise famously loves to do all -- or almost all -- of his own stunts. The official reason for this, as his spokesperson put it, is that "the audience believes more in his character." Another reason is that Tom Cruise is a little crazy. Sometimes he's crazy in an uncomfortable way, like when he's couch-jumping on "Oprah." But sometimes he's crazy in a pretty awesome way.

Cruise is currently filming Brad Bird's "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol," and a major scene takes place in Dubai, with Cruise's character rappelling up and down the Burj Kahlifa, the world's tallest building. Photos of Cruise doing this particularly impressive stunt have already surfaced, but tourist Daniel Matthew, visiting the Burj Kahlifa, may have taken the best one. While looking out the window, Matthew watched as Cruise rappelled right past him. He even waved.

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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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We all know some of us here are hopeless romantics so here are a few scenes that makes me happy.


#5 Beauty & the Beast: Belle/Adam(aka Beast)

I love the ballroom moment where Belle dances with the Beast and you hear him gulping as he is all nervous when he is dancing with her. Or another is where Belle cries and says please don’t leave me I love you.

#4 Maid in Manhattan: Chris & Marisa

I liked the part where Chris gives Marisa another chance. And he introduces himself again and says I would appreciate your vote and she’s like we’ll see.

#3 27 Dresses: Jane/Kevin

I loved the part where Jane jumps on the ship and confesses to Kevin that she is falling for him and his all happy and says Get over here and kisses her on the ship. A sweet scene.

#2 13 going on 30: Jenna /Matt

I like the part where Jenna spends some time with Matt and near the end of the film she gets her doll house back and she confesses that she likes Matt more than a friend.
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Opinion by puloobestreet posted over a year ago
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These are some of my favorite romantic moments. In no particular order:

1. Little Women Friedrich and Jo

Jo runs out to thank him for her book. He proposes, she accepts, then he says- "But I have nothing to give you. My hands are empty." she puts her hand in his with the reply, "Not empty now."


2. The Family Stone Ben and Meredith

Parked in the car he talks about this cute dream he had about her. Then they simply just sit in comfortable silence.


3. Persuasion (1995) Wentworth and Anne

Seeming to forget his umbrella he brings a note to her attention giving her a hopeful, nervous expression (and it's the best love note ever!). She hurries out and seeing him they look at each other with all the love that's been denied them for so long.


4. First Knight Lancelot and Guinevere

When he saves her and they ride off on the horse. Then he lifts her down and carries her to rest under some trees. After feeling relief and catching their breath they smile.
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List by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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1.Haddonfield, Illinois- Oct.31st 1963 little Michael Myers murdered his sister Judy out of the blue. From then on he never spoke a word and returned 15 yrs later to terrorize the town once again.

2. Camp Blood/Crystal Lake- Forget cracks in sidewalks and black cats. If its Friday the 13th and you see a man in a Hockey Mask with a Machete you better run, but not for the woods.

3.Elm St.-YAWN!Oh Im so sleepy, but if I fall asleep Krueger will get me, even if I don't he manages to get into my daydreams; Say mom where did you get that ugly green and red..AHHHHHHHHH!

4. Amity Island- ominous cello music, skinny dipping, 4th of July. What could go wrong?...OH yeah a 25ft. Great White Shark. Pray he eats a scuba tank then say " SMILE YOU SON OF A BITCH!"

5.Valentines Bluff- yeah it may sound romantic and cute, but you go down in the mine shaft or get a curious Valentine- the holiday may not be red with kisses, but red with blood.

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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Ok so a lot of endings to movies can be sometimes crap and leaves you saying what the hell is going on here . Here is my top 10 favourite endings.

#10 Cinderella
1950

Ok so we all know that Cinderella gets her prince in the end and that’s it. End of story

#9 Titanic(1997)

This one always confuses me. Does Rose die in her bed as an old woman or does she dream about Jack in her sleep. You decide.

#8 Beauty& the Beast(1991)

OMG I love the ending to this movie as Belle who is gutted over Beast being dead turns back into a sexy prince who she marries in the end and they dance together and you see the two of them in a stained glass in the end.

#7 The little mermaid(1989)

Ariel marries Eric on a ship and she finally has shared true love’s kiss with the one she loves.

#6 27 Dresses(2008)

I kinda knew that Jane would marry Kevin in a low key wedding on a beach and the brides that she helped had her 27 bridesmaid dresses on them.
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Opinion by OCFan123 posted over a year ago
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Whether they scare us, shock us to the core, or make us all cry, the endings to films is what usually truly stands out. This is a list of my top ten favorite film endings of all time, from "Toy Story 3" to "The Sixth Sense.”

But first, let's start with the honorable mentions.

The Notebook
2004 | Directed by Nick Cassavetes

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No, I did not cry like everyone else did. But that doesn’t mean the ending didn’t pull my heart strings, because it did. After spending pretty much they’re whole life together, an old Noah and Allie die together in bed, their hands touching. The next shot is of swans flying away, which symbolizes 17-Year-old Allie’s quote, “I wish I was a bird!”

Cinderella
1950 | Directed by Clyde Geronimi

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The ultimate happy ending. After being emotionally abused and working as a slave to her evil step-sister, Drizilla and Anastasia, and step-mother, Lady Tremaine, Cinderella tries on the glass slipper, and gets the man of her dreams! Sure, we love the shot of the carriage driving away as Cinderella and The Prince (who has no...
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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Here is a list of my top 20 favourite movies.

#20 Snow White & the seven dwarfs

The one that started it all for Walt Disney, Snow White tells the story about a young girl who escapes from her evil stepmother who wants to try and kill her. She meets 7 dwarves and she becomes friends with them. Although its not my all time favourite but its still an instant classic.

#19 Tarzan

Another great film from Disney it tells the story of a young man who was raised by gorillas while he was still a baby. Packed with great music and a great cast from Glenn Close & Minnie Driver Tarzan is definitely one to watch again and again.

#18 Princess & the Frog

At no 17 comes the movie that brought back 2D animation PATF is set in 1920s New Orleans and tells the story about a young woman who dreams of opening up her own restaurant. While she attends this masquerade bash for Prince Naveen she meets him as a frog (he was transformed by some voodoo doctor)and as she tries to kiss him to turn him back into a human, she turns into a frog and the two set out to remove the spell, leading romance to both of...
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Opinion by potterandtdi posted over a year ago
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This movie is an amazing one! It combines two of my favorite things: Comedy and Zombies. The actors were great.

Jesse Einsenberg was amazing as Columbus. He had great facial expressions and amazing narrative skills, along with his character's rules like #1: Cardio and #32: Enjoy the little things. He was purely amazing as some wimpy college student who never opened up to the outside world.

Woody Harrelson is, in my opinion, what made this movie. His character zombie ass-kicker Tallahassee is tough, brave, and skilled. Although all this is true, we see more of a sadder side of Tallahassee. His obsession with Twinkies is purely hilarious. This guy kicks ASS!

Emma Stone is the perfect person to play Wichita. She's seems like the kind of person you don't want to meet. Her and her little sister had amazing costar skills and were amazing.

Abigal Breslin, first Little Miss Sunshine (rated R) and Nim's Island (rated G or PG haven't seen it in a while), now back to R as Little Rock. She, according to her, is "the new 20." She knows how to use a gun and is the person who you'd think wasn't working with Wichita. Another amazing...
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Opinion by LisaForde posted over a year ago
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Ok so here is a little review of movies that I saw and didn’t like.

#1 Just Like Heaven

Ok seriously who in their own mind would fall in love with a dead woman OMG how stupid was this movie. It stars my favourite actress(Reese Witherspoon) and I have no idea why she signed up for this depressing romantic comedy. Sure its funny here and there but I was disappointed with this movie.

#2 Stardust

Ok I know a lot of people probably like this movie but I for one found it depressing and disgusting(did you see the part where the wicked queen cut off the king’s penis OMG it was such a horrible film. Give me Enchanted anyday instead of this crap.

#3 Just My Luck

Horrible film. Lindsay Lohan stars in this romantic comedy about a woman who loses her good luck to a loser played by Chris Pine. Seriously why the hell did they make this stupid movie all about luck WHO CARES.



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