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LABYRINTH


Directed By:
Jim Henson
Screenplay By:
Terry Jones
Story By:
Jim Henson & Dennis Lee
Production Company:
Henson Associates & Lucasfilm
Distributed By: Tri-Star Pictures… 1,376 more words

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American Sniper

American Sniper is a smart piece of American propaganda that uses the microcosm of Chris Kyle’s rise to legend status as a basis to build a compelling cinematic experience detailing the intimacies of an American hero on a larger platform of American neglect. 918 more words

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Grease - 1978

After the summer holiday, the Australian girl Sandy stays in the United States. Sandy is a very sweet and innocent teenage girl who enters Rydell High School. 780 more words

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Review: San Andreas- Shake, Rattle, and Rock.

Last week I was fortunate enough to attend the World Premiere of San AndreasĀ in Leicester Square. I was even more fortunate to have taken a part in a World Record Selfie Attempt which put me in very close proximity with the star of the film, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. 744 more words

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Avengers Continue to Assemble

Yet another installment of the ever-popular marvel franchise awaits moviegoers in cinemas Avengers: Age of Ultron. The time is nigh for when Kevin Feige (exec-producer, and head of Marvel Movies) rubs his hands with glee at yet another film breaking the all-time box-office charts. 505 more words

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Down by Law (1986)

3.5/4

It’s this kind of languid, chilled, comedy-buddy movie-but-not-quite that Jim Jarmusch has always excelled in making. Whilst Down by Law lacks the uniquely isolated desperation and sadness of Jarmusch’s previous film… 97 more words

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