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After a number of months hearing once and again a ton of good comments about "Brokeback Mountain" movie I finally had the opportunity to watch this movie in the theaters. I know I'm kind of late, even Oscars have passed, but it took sometime for the film(read entire article)
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I am sure that there will be wags who glibly compare with similar Cast Away "Gilligan's Island" and "Breadwinner," but, in tone, approach and common achievement, it is atypical Robinson Crusoe tale bears a strong resemblance to one of director Robert Zeme(read entire article)
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The Secret is a very well-done, extremely publicized and super-well marketed movie/documentary on the "Law of Attraction." Brought to us by the same gang of people who did the very interesting movie What the Bleep Do We Know, The Secret is probably the fi(read entire article)
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Those yellow, animated phenomenons have finally made their way to the big screen and it only took eighteen years since the TV series began. So does the animated movie live up to the hilarity of the television show? Read on and find out - doh!(read entire article)
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"The Talented Mr. Ripley" is an Hitchcockian and blood-curdling study of the psychopath and his victims. At the centre of this masterpiece, set in the exquisitely decadent scapes of Italy, is a titanic encounter between Ripley, the aforementioned psychopa(read entire article)
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Vertigo, a 1958 suspense film, was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Many people believe that this film is Hitchcock's masterpiece. The movie tells the story of a detective in San Francisco. The detectives name is Scottie who is played by James Stewart.(read entire article)
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The very first line I ever heard Woody Allen speak was a joke on the "Tonight" show concerning theological issues, about how, during a divinity test, he cheated by "looking into the soul of the girl sitting next to me." I believe that he used a clip from (read entire article)
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