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Movies: What Would Life Be Like Without Them?

Have you ever thought about how your life would be if there were no movies? You probably haven't and that is because we all take them for granted but lets think about movies, both the good and the bad a little, shall we? Movies are one of the most common forms of entertainment there is in our world. This is because they ... be spinning out of control, and on and on. So are movies good or bad? Well the answer is both. Now the question remains, does one outweigh the other?

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Movies That Teach The Value Of Faith

Two powerful movies recently released on DVD illustrate the importance of faith and virtue in leading a good life. One, "Mother Teresa," tells the life story of one of the world's best-known and most admired women, and "End of the Spear" is the story of five American missionaries to the Waodani Indians of the ... men who were killed. Through Mincayani, Steve comes to forgive; through Steve, Mincayani comes to understand the lessons of the Bible and a path to a virtuous life.

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5 Christmas Movies For The Whole Family To Enjoy!

Christmas is coming! And, Christmas time is all about family and togetherness. We've put together some recommendations for movies to have on hand for the Christmas season that the whole family will enjoy. These are all movies to buy and watch year after year! A Christmas Story (1983) All Ralphie wants in the ... Carol (1992) Great Gonzo as Charles Dickens? How can you go wrong? This lighthearted, humorous version is a perfect introduction to the classic Charles Dickens tale.

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History of filmmaking and movies

Movie is a term that encompasses individual motion pictures, the field of Movie as an art form, and the motion picture industry. Movies are produced by recording images from the world with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or special effects. Movies are cultural artifacts created by specific ... to be known as "motion pictures". Early motion pictures were static shots that showed an event or action with no editing or other cinematic techniques.

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Film criticism is the analysis and evaluation of films

Film criticism is the analysis and evaluation of films. In general, these works can be divided into two categories: academic criticism by film scholars and journalistic film criticism that appears regularly in newspapers and other media. Film critics working for newspapers, magazines, and broadcast media mainly review ... , their articles are published in scholarly journals, or sometimes in up-market magazines. They also tend to be affiliated with colleges or universities.

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DVD Review: The Simpsons Movie

Those yellow, animated phenomenons have finally made their way to the big screen and it only took eighteen years. So does the animated movie live up to the hilarity of the television show? Read on and find out - doh! The town of Springfield's lake is overly polluted and socially conscious Lisa Simpson (Yeardley Smith) rallies the town ... worth it for the film. I must knock it down a bit because it could've been a bigger set (and I suspect will be somewhere down the line).

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Classical Movie - Why It Remains Relevant For Viewers Today

So what really is considered a classical movie? Can we simply associate as a black and white film noir thing? Containing some of those cheesy classical music? How about big powdered wigs? Do you think of the formal nature of both the characters as well as the period get-up and attire? Is a classic movie one ... , and Jefferson, for instance, as worthy of classical movie acclaim as say Amadeus, Emma, The Piano, and any number of Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson productions.

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Bruce Lee - Enter The Dragon

BRUCE LEE ENTER THE DRAGON LITTLE KNOWN FACT WAY OF THE INTERCEPTING FIST A WARRIOR'S JOURNEY LAST MAN STANDING GAME OF DEATH NUNCHAKU FISTS OF FURY THE CURSE MISSION IMPOSSIBLE SILENT BUT DEADLY ELVIS & BRUCE THE DRAGON "Absorb what is useful. Discard what is not. Add what is uniquely your own" - Bruce Lee ... weighed 128 pounds. He might have been small in stature but was one of the all time greatest film stars and the most accomplished martial artist in modern history.

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Blades of Glory - Review

Set for release on March 30, 2007, Blades of Glory from Dreamworks is a sports comedy directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck and Produced by Ben Stiller. Will Ferrell and Jon Heder are the lead "pair", who exploit a loophole to do their act in this movie - which is to "Kick some Ice". So, welcome to the ... has never ever looked as hot as this. Purr-Rawrr.' This very funny movie was shot in both Los Angeles, California and Montreal, Quebec (Canada).

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Black Christmas movie review

This festive fright-fest was a nice surprise from what I was originally expecting. This is another horror remake (from the people behind Final Destination' - great film), but un-like so many others; it did manage to come up trumps; such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.' This is a remake of Bob Clarke's 1974 classic ... characters, for example, Kelli, played by Katie Cassidy is great; plus if you hated Dawn' in Buffy the vampire slayer' - you are gonna love this movie.

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