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posted by Makeupdiva
I thought that since I did a list of movie that I love and are my favorites that I'd go a head and do a list of movies that I just thought were either boring or just plain bad. Now you may think they are great and that's fine but this is my opinion and I can't help that. There are going to be movies that I hate but that you may like.

1. Dark Shadows
Dark Shadows starring Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfieffer
Dark Shadows starring Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfieffer

Now don't get me wrong I am a huge Johnny Depp fan but I know that not every movie that he stars in I will enjoy. I really, really wanted to like this film. I saw the trailer to it and I thought...
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posted by Windrises
So far there has been 2 live action films in Disney's live action film series adaption of Alice in Wonderland. In 2010 there was Alice in Wonderland and in 2016 there was Alice Through the Looking Glass. I'm hoping for a sequel.

Here's what I want in Alice 3

Tarrant Hightopp getting more screen time.

Tarrant is the Hatter. He's the most entertaining character in the franchise. He's already gotten plenty of screen time in the previous films, but more of him would be great.

I want Time to return.

Time seems like a 1 film type of character, but he's a fun character who I want to watch more of....
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The Secret Life of Pets is a 2016 animated film that was made by the people that made Despicable Me. The film stars Louis C. K., Jenny Slate, Kevin Hart, and Albert Brooks.

The Plot:

Max is a dog who had a happy life with his owner Katie until Katie gets a second pet named Duke. Max and Duke start off as rivals who get lost from home, but eventually team up and try to get home. Gidget, a dog that has a crush on Max tries to find Max and a villainous bunny named Snowball is after Max.

The main plot of Max and Duke is okay, but Gidget's scenes are what make the film good. The subplot of Gidget...
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posted by Windrises
This is my review of the 2016 film Alice Through the Looking Glass. It is the sequel to the 2010 Alice film. Tim Burton got replaced by Muppets' director James Bobin.

The Plot: The film is about Alice trying to save the Hatter by going back in time and rescuing his family. The plot has pretty much nothing to do with the Alice Through the Looking Glass book which is good. The plot benefits from focusing so much on the Hatter. The plot deals with family: Alice and her mom, the Hatter and his dad, the White Queen and the Red Queen. However the real plot is about the heartwarming relationship between...
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posted by DarkSarcasm
Thanksgiving is gone, Christmas is on the way, and I'm ready for some snow. But, since my area doesn't appear to be getting any anytime soon, I will have to live vicariously through movies. So if anyone needs me, I'll just be over here, wrapped up in a blanket, sipping hot chocolate, and pretending it's as snowy outside as it is on my screen while I marathon this stack of movies.

(I have excluded Christmas movies, 'cause I'd never have been able to narrow it down to 5 then, but pretty much all of those will also fulfill your need for snow.)

#5 - The Mighty Ducks (1992)
Genre: Comedy...
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posted by edwardsca
Another Cinderella story
A Cinderella Story
Jack and Jill
Just go with it
New Moon
Breaking Dawn part 1
Meet the Parents
Meet the Fockers
Little Fockers
Hairspary (remake)
bad Hair
Footloose (remake)
Fame (remake)
Ramona and beezas
21 Jumpstreet (movie)
Part of me
The Simpsons movie
Beauty and the beast
Ever After
Ella Enchanted
Nancy Drew
Ice Princess
Cars 2
soul surfer
Monte Carlo
The Descendants
The Princess Diaries
The Princess Diaries 2
The Princess Protection program
13 going on 30
Never been kissed
school of rock
Shallow Hal
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Blessed Poster
Blessed Poster
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...
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posted by DarkSarcasm
Happy Pride Month!

Figured this would be a good time to finally put together a list of my top 5 LGBT movies. It's not an incredibly balanced list - leans pretty heavily towards the L. I'm hoping to expand this once I finally get my shit together and get to the tons of other LGBT movies that have been on my watch list forever. (Why must you be so rare and expensive, all the DVDs I want?)

Honorable Mention:
But I'm A Cheerleader
Year Released: 2000
Starring: Natasha Lyonne, Clea Duvall, Melanie Lynskey, Cathy Moriarty, RuPaul
Tagline: A Comedy Of Sexual Disorientation
One-Sentence Summary:...
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Brett Baker
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...
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Becki Dennis
Becki Dennis
In the era of the #MeToo movement, the new indie feature film “Spin The Plate” showcases a young woman searching to heal her heart while seeking justice.

Actor Becki Dennis stars as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse in the film which was based on Donna Anastasi’s award-winning novel “Spin The Plate.”

Directed by Eric R. Eastman and adapted for the screen by Tom Anastasi, the film recently made its world premiere at the Boston International Film Festival, attracting attention and earning awards, including a ‘Best Actress’ win for Becki.

A Boston native, Becki stepped into the...
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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,...
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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.

Sally Maersk
Sally Maersk
Danish actress link has emerged as a fast rising star on the American indie film festival circuit.

Most recently, her talents have been on full display starring as a sister fighting for survival after an alien invasion in link; and starring in the title role of the experimental musical link, based on the real-life model and singer.

Sally originally made her way to America to study at the renowned California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), and she’s been building a solid reputation and resume ever since.

Sally Maersk recently took time to answer a few questions:

Tell us about your role in BEYOND...
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I know this movie came out in 1960. I know that things were different then. But I watched Where The Boys Are for the first time in the year 2016, and BOY, do I have some things to say about it.

I picked up a VHS copy of link (along with a heap of other old beach movies) at a thrift shop, thinking it would be cute and summery 60s fun. Diiidn't quite turn out that way.

The summary on the back cover reads,
"Break out the suntan lotion, put on the shades and tune into AM radio with the original classic that celebrates the annual migration of thousands of college students to sunny Fort Lauderdale...
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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
Jason Woods
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...
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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...
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Everyone has a bad day once in a while, right? Now, imagine having your worst day ever.

That’s the basic premise of the new action-comedy feature film “Monday,” starring actor Jamie H. Jung as a slacker whose day goes from bad to worse to holy sh*t.

After losing both his job and his girlfriend, Jim (Jung) thinks that he’s hit rock bottom but quickly realizes that his problems are only beginning. With the help of his best friend, Jim must fend off rivaling drug cartels and assassins as he tries to get his life back on track and stay alive in the process.

“Monday” will close out the...
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posted by Windrises
Hi. I recently watched a new film named The Comedian. The Comedian is a comedy film that stars Robert De Niro. The film also has Leslie Mann, Harvey Keitel, and Danny DeVito. The film has gotten mostly bad reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, but I decided to check out the film.

The Plot:

In The Comedian Robert De Niro plays Jackie Burke. Mr. Burke is a former sitcom actor who has a rough work life as a comedian. Although Mr. Burke is good at getting his audiences to laugh he has anger problems. Also Mr. Burke gets a into a relationship with a woman who also has work problems.

The film's plot is actually...
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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...
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