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My Top 10 Disaster Movies of All Time -- Is Your Favorite on My List?

Apr 5th, 2012

The unsinkable "Titanic" sets sail into theaters once again. This time, writer/director James Cameron remastered and converted the original to 3D format. Marking the 100th anniversary of the ship’s doomed voyage, the Oscar-winning "Titanic" still stands as a great disaster film.

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Vampires Aren't the Only Things That Suck in Underworld: Awakening

Jan 23rd, 2012

It can be difficult to remember who we're meant to be rooting for in the Underworld universe, with its unending werewolf/vampire feud, betrayals, hybrids, bloodlines, forbidden romances and immortal daddy issues.


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Blog: Movie Line
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Corman's World Lovingly Sketches the Inner Life of a Movie Maverick

Dec 29th, 2011

Director, producer and distributor Roger Corman's World seems suspended between magnetic poles: At true north he could be described as the godfather of independently produced and independent-minded film;

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Blog: Movie Line
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Even 4 Dimensions Can’t Redeem "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World"

Aug 23rd, 2011

The idea that Machete, Robert Rodriguez’s grindhouse tribute, was inspired in part by his Spy Kids trilogy of the early aughts is an appealing one. Danny Trejo played a kid’s idea of a bad guy named Machete in the films, then helped carry a genre mutation of the character over into bloody B-movie territory.

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Blog: Movie Line
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Young Stars Carry Otherwise Flaccid Life, Above All

Jul 20th, 2011

A small story is laid out in broad, biblical terms in Life, Above All, a ye-who-is-without-sin parable set in contemporary, AIDS-stricken South Africa.

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Blog: Movie Line
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Watch My "Cars 2" Movie Review! It's Mater-licious

Jun 28th, 2011

Star racecar Lightning McQueen and the incomparable tow truck Mater take their friendship to exciting new places when they head overseas to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix to determine the world's fastest car.

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Jennifer Lawrence (Raven/Mystique) Talks About "X-Men: First Class"

Jun 3rd, 2011

Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence makes her first big Hollywood film with "X-Men: First Class." She plays Raven/Mystique, a mutant who learns how to be proud with her powers.

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The Transmedia Panel Talks Media Options at NAB – Part 1

May 5th, 2011

One of the words that comes up with increasing frequency in the world of indie filmmaking, television and other forms of entertainment is transmedia. For some, it seems like a viable option for audience building and extending the reach of a project, while others seem reluctant to take that leap and try including it.

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Gary Busey Sinks His Teeth in "Piranha 3DD"

May 4th, 2011

No, the "Celebrity Apprentice" star will not play one of the avenging piranhas, darn it! His role is still unknown, although, Elisabeth Shue, who tried so hard to add grace and class to the first film will not return.

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J.P. Huchon Bullish About Fife Paris Environmental Film Festival

Jan 17th, 2011

It was a proud President of the FIFE International Environmental Film Festival of Paris, who stepped on to the stage of the Conseil de Paris, near the Pagode Cinema Babylone to announce the closing night ceremony of the 37th event.

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Blog: Helen's Blog
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