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Hold Onto Your Butts! NBC Universal Will Air 'Jurassic Park' On All Its Networks Next Weekend

To add to Universal’s on-going promotion of their upcoming release of Jurassic World, all of the channels that exist under the NBCUniversal umbrella will air a special presentation of… 115 more words

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E. T. the Extra - Terrestrial

E. T. the Extra – Terrestrial

1982 | Director: Steven Spielberg | Genre: Sci – Fi

Home is what the heart yearns. That’s what E.T.  139 more words

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'Jurassic Park' to Air on NBCU Nets Ahead of 'Jurassic World' Release

Steven Spielberg and Chris Pratt will host a special presentation of “Jurassic Park” next week as part of an effort by NBCUniversal Networks to promote followup pic “Jurassic World.” 215 more words

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Favourite Authors and Novels (Part 2)

Hello everyone. Happy weekend, TGIF! Thank God it’s Friday! Hope everyone’s week was alright and that your weekend will be even better. :)

Today I will be writing the second part of my… 342 more words

Angie Ignacio

Top 5 Formative Films - Of All Time

Of course, this is a very personal post. My film tastes and opinions have been shaped since I was a tiny child, and since then there have been some pivotal moments that have reaffirmed my faith in cinema, and reignited a love in my heart. 844 more words

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TV Review: 'The Whispers'

Although “The Whispers” was developed by writer Soo Hugh, ABC is eager to cite Steven Spielberg’s involvement, and no wonder: This summer series is a veritable mashup of the director’s filmography — a pinch of “E.T.” here, a dollop of the Spielberg-produced “Poltergeist” there, and a soupcon of what might be called “Invisible Encounters of the Kid Kind.” None of that takes away from the modest enjoyableness of the show, which drips clues over the first three episodes, as kids interact with an “imaginary friend” only they can see. 349 more words

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Jaws Is Headed Back To Theaters!

Duh-nuh, dun-nuh…duh-nuh-duh-nuh-duh-nuh.

It’s hard to believe that one of the greatest movies of all time is 40 years old! Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster came out in the summer of 1975. 101 more words

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