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Isabella Sanchez
Isabella Sanchez
Expecting parents often worry about their unborn child and hope that their new baby will arrive happy and healthy.

Typically, they’re not worried about what color their newborn will be upon entering the world. But, that is exactly the complex situation presented in Will McFadden's new indie feature film, ‘Doubting Thomas,’ inspired by true events.

White couple, Jen (Sarah Butler) and Tom (McFadden), are excited to welcome their new baby boy into the world, there's just one unexpected problem -- the boy is black. As suspicion is raised that family friend Ron (Jamie Hector) might be the...
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posted by WritersMelody
Why is it necessary? I don't understand. I'm not talking about words like "damn" or "ass." Those are crude but not as offensive as the ones I am thinking of. Since I don't swear, I am not going to start now by saying them. I don't think I really need to.

It takes away from the experience for me when a movie that is otherwise very good, with an interesting plot, a talented cast, and excellent scenery and special effects- think The Departed- is littered with the f-word.

Does it really add that much to the film if there's a lot of swearing in it? In my opinion, absolutely not. I don't understand why a screenwriter would choose to employ them when there are so many other words in the English language?
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...
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posted by KataraLover
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...
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Pamela Heffler
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...
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Claire Lanay
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...
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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,...
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posted by julia0345
Salt Movie Review
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...
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posted by s_y_l_a_r
ok so prob like some other people ive really been interested in the cloverfield movie thats coming out ever since i found out about it a few months ago. ok so its out in a couple of days and like every other awesome movie thats coming out the trailer for it has been on constantly and this is where my problem lies. i know that trailers have to show certain gd bits of the film so that people get interested but it seems now more than ever that the trailer is actually showing all the main plot to the film and in case of some the end and this just ruins it i know not everyone will agree with me but i like to actually be suprised when i watch a movie and not know everything that is about to happen. surely they can make trailers that look gd without showing everything gd about the movie

hopefully other people will agree with me so i dont feel like an idiot :)

for those that have read this thank you and i hope i didnt waste ur time
Molly Ratermann
Molly Ratermann
When tragedy strikes, how a family deals with the ordeal can make or break them forever.

The new indie film “Bring Me An Avocado” from writer/director Maria Mealla, explores how a family and close friends deal with a mugging gone wrong that leaves a young mother in a coma.

It recently premiered at Cinequest, tying for the ‘Audience Award’ and earning praise for the performances. One of the stand-outs in the film is actress Molly Ratermann, who brought authenticity as the grieving but well intentioned sister who steps in to give the children a sense of normalcy.

Molly has been rising up...
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Michael Teh
Michael Teh
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...
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posted by jlhfan624
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)
I'm 18 years old and I just want to surrender.
I'm 18 years old and I just want to surrender.

This movie has the most beautiful scenery I've ever seen in any movie. If you like to...
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posted by Windrises
Ocean Waves is a romance anime film that was made by Studio Ghibli. Although it got really good reviews on Rotten Tomatoes some Studio Ghibli fans consider this film to be 1 of Studio Ghibli's weakest films. This review is about if I agree with the Studio Ghibli fans.

The Plot:

The film is about Taku, a young and nice guy. His best friend Yutaka. They get a new classmate named Rikako. Rikako is a impolite girl, but she's pretty which makes Yutaka get a crush on her. Taku doesn't like Rikako's harshness. However after spending some days together Taku cares about Rikako. Taku struggles to get...
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Watching movies on TV, especially the HD or UHD TV sets, can be amazing experience due to the high image and sound quality. For you who have a lot of movies downloaded or purchased from iTunes Store, you might have the urgent need to watch those iTunes movies on your smart HDTV but have no idea of how to do it. Before seeking the solutions to watch iTunes movies or TV shows on TV, make sure you clearly understand the situation that you can only access these iTunes movies in Apple's devices because iTunes movies are encrypted by Apple's FairPlay DRM copyright protection. Specifically speaking,...
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When most people hear "The Most Beautiful Woman in the World" they immediately think of Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, or Grace Kelly. But Holy Crap...those women have got NOTHING on Sharon Tate! For those of you who don't know who she is, Sharon Tate was an American film actress and model. Her life was short but she left behind a legacy of her extraordinary beauty and goodness. Everything about Sharon was like something straight out of Heaven. I don't see how any man or lesbian could ever resist her. I have a huge crush on her myself. She was one of God's greatest creations along with Sal...
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Laurel Harris
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...
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This is a resource guide for anyone who is looking for a particular scene from a movie for a pick, a quiz question, etc. This is a list I have compiled of every movie I've found screencapped. NOTE -- All the links below will take you to a gallery where each image must be downloaded separately. I have NOT included movies where the images must be downloaded in zip files. If you find any link that is broken or goes to the wrong site, please comment and I'll fix it. If you know of any screencap resources that you wish to have added to the list, please let me know. I will continue to update this...
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Jenny Zerke
Jenny Zerke
Love can be blissful. But, it can also be complicated. In fact, it’s these complications that have made for some of the most interesting storylines in the movies. They’ve even coined their own genre – the romantic-comedy or rom-com.

The new indie feature film, “Toss It,” is taking things a step further by showcasing a seriously entangled love dilemma in a way that delivers it as an ‘anti-romantic comedy’ way. The film and its stars are quickly emerging fan-favs on the festival circuit, including rising actress Jenny Zerke. She steps into the story as Marie, a crazy best friend...
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Who will make my list?
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.
The iconic beauty
The iconic beauty


Carla Borelli
I saw...
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Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice is a 2016 DC film that stars DC's 2 most popular super heroes: Batman and Superman. Several critics thought that the film is bad. This review is about why I think that the film is really good. Of course you don't have to like the film if you don't want to. However I think that the film is really underrated.

The Film's Plot

Batman and Superman may both be super heroes, but they sure don't get along. Superman has his doubts about Batman while Batman hates Superman and plans to get rid of him. The rivalry is increased by Lex Luthor who wants Batman to get rid...
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