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Aldous Huxley wrote of a dystopian future
Panem et circenses is a Latin phrase that represents the totalitarian rule emperors had over their people despite running a legislative government, emperors were near absolute monarchs over Rome and its surrounding districts. Panem, the ...
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The Wizard of Oz released in August of 1939
As the estimated number of movies in existence in the 21st century is about 500,000, the one I like most is The Wizard of Oz. Released in August of 1939, The Wizard of Oz was directed by Victor Fleming, who is also well known for his directing of ...
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Disney's 2013 film Saving Mr. Banks
Disney's 2013 film, Saving Mr. Banks, directed by John Lee Hancock, truly depicts the side of Disney many may not believe exist, always perceiving it as purely cartoon. Just hearing the names, Tom Hanks as Walt Disney, Emma Thompson as P.L. ...
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I Am Legend Movie Review
In 2007, the film I Am Legend was released in theaters and captivated audiences in a heart racing, edge of the seat thriller, but this is not where I Am Legend began. The year 1954 the fantasy novel, I am Legend, by Richard Matheson came out and ...
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Grease is a musical film based off of the 1971 Broadway Musical by Jim Jacobs
Grease is a musical film based off of the 1971 Broadway Musical by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey about two high school lovers in the 1950s. The film was produced in 1978 and directed by Randal Kleiser. The cast includes Olivia Newton John as Sandy ...
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The story of Chris Kyle and his heroism
One of my all time favorite movies is American Sniper, the story of Chris Kyle and his heroism. The American Sniper was directed by Clint Eastwood. Bradley Cooper played the honoring character of Chris Kyle. His wife being Taya, was played by ...
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My favorite movies is Baby Boy
One of my favorite movies is Baby Boy, it's about a young man Jody played by actress Tyrese Gibson. In this movie Jody doesn't want to grow up in become a man. He's sheltered by his mother, whose house he lives in. This relates to society ...
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Jurassic Park released in theaters in 1993
Jurassic Park, a movie that will go down as one of the best of all time. Released to theaters in 1993, this movie opened the eyes and imaginations of thousands of people young and old. Using state of the art animatronics and CGI, this movie was ...
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Casino Royale directed by Martin Campbell
My favorite movie is none other than Casino Royale. This movie is an action movie directed by Martin Campbell. This movie stars british actor Daniel Craig as James Bond, with supporting actors Jeffrey Wright, who plays CIA agent Felix Leiter, Eva ...
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Stanley Kubrick wrote and directed the dystopian crime film A Clockwork Orange
In the year 1971, Stanley Kubrick wrote and directed the dystopian crime film A Clockwork Orange. The film had a budget of $2.2 million but well exceeded that in the box office racking up $26.6 million in North America alone. It is based on ...
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Christopher Nolan's 2008 film The Dark Knight
Many may associate films based on comic books with words such as sophomoric, pedestrian, or simple. Writer-director Christopher Nolan's 2008 film The Dark Knight based on the stories and characters associated with DC Comics Batman and budgeted at ...
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Brown Sugar released in 2002
Brown Sugar, released in 2002, is one of my favorite movies of all time. Starring Sanaa Lathan, Taye Diggs, Queen Latifah, Mos Def, Boris Kodjoe, Nicole Ari Parker, written by Michael Elliot, and directed by Rick Famuyiwa, the film uses the ...
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail released in 1975
The artistic and timeless masterpiece that is Monty Python and the Holy Grail was first released in 1975. It was directed by Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam, some of the best comedy writers of the 20th Century. It chronicles the quest of King ...
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Obsessed American Thriller (2009)
"Obsessed" is one of the best American thriller-drama films of all time. It tells the story of a happy family of a wife, husband and their son. The body of the movie that makes it very intriguing is that the character of Derek, the husband played ...
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Lincoln by Stephen Spielberg
Stephen Spielberg's movie, Lincoln, is a masterpiece among modern historical movies. Lincoln is set in the final year of the American Civil War and the main conflict is Abraham Lincolns attempt to push the 13th amendment through the House before ...
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Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance directed by Alejandro G Inarritu
Birdman (or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), was directed by Alejandro G Inarritu, and it stars Michael Keaton, Edward Norton, Zach Galifianakis, Emma Stone, and Naomi Watts. This movie was yeared 2014, and actually picked up 9 Academy Award ...
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Deadpool by Directors Anthony and Joe Russo
On Valentine's day of 2016, couples who were looking for a sappy love story like 5th Wave or The Choice, however, one of the biggest movies in the theaters Valentines Day was a raunchy swear-filled action movie about a former Special Forces agent ...
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Serenity a 2005 film by Joss Whedon
Serenity, a 2005 film by Joss Whedon, is a continuation of the FOX TV show Firefly, by the same director. Starring Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Alan Tudyk, Summer Glau, and Chiwetel Ejiofor, the film, while completed in just 50 days and with a ...
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Age of Adaline starring Blake Lively
The film, The Age of Adaline (2015), starring Blake Lively was very enjoyable for me because of the mature acting skills from both the more experienced actors and the younger ones. Directed by Lee Toland Krieger and co-starring Michiel Huisman as ...
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Now You See Me released in 2013
It's a maze of smoke and mirrors in Now You See Me. Released in 2013, the $75 million budgeted thriller brought in enough profits to warrant a sequel, Now You See Me 2, released in 2016. The first movie however, is where the magic starts. Louis ...
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The Martian directed by Ridley Scott
Matt Damon shines as a stranded astronaut in the cinematic spectacular, The Martian (2015) directed by Ridley Scott. This film is about Mark Watney who finds himself left behind on Mars. Watney and his fellow crew members were in the middle of a ...
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Pride and Prejudice is a movie directed by Joe Wright
Pride and Prejudice is a movie directed by Joe Wright and is based off of Jane Austens novel Pride and Prejudice, which she published in 1813. The main character - Elizabeth Bennet - is portrayed by Keira Knightley. Her love interest, Fitzwilliam ...
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Zootopia featuring Ginnifer Goodwin
The motion picture that I have determined to note down about is the new-fangled Walt Disney Animation Studios movie, Zootopia. This movie was REMARKABLE, and coming from somebody who is not actually fond of the new Disney, the movie was superior. ...
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Spirited Away and the old witch Yubaba
There are some movies which you discover new things about it every once in a while, and there are also some movies which you would still think about even a few days after you finish it, and Spirited Away falls into both categories. The first time ...
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2006 debut screenplay of Zach Helm
Even though Harold Crick was a man of infinite numbers, endless calculations, and remarkably few words, what Harold (Will Ferrell) lacks in loquaciousness, the film in which he stars makes up for in wit and exceptional storytelling. Stranger than ...
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Jaws is an instant classic
Jaws is an instant classic. Steven Spielberg's amazing 1975 film not only started the summer blockbuster that would later be cemented by Star Wars in 1977, it also broke the age-old rule that books are usually better than their film adaptations. ...
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Red October is based on the fictitious book written by Tom Clancy
Red October (1990) is based on the fictitious book written by Tom Clancy. The film is directed by John McTiernan and stares Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin, Scott Glen, James Earl Jones, and Tim Curry. The basic premise of the film is during the ...
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The Intern directed by Nancy Meyers
The movie opens with an overview of Ben Whittakers life as a retired widower; after traveling near and far, reading his entire home library, learning a new language, and essentially checking off many of his bucket-list items, the senior citizen ...
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