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11/14/2014
“She can't be all bad. No one is.” “Well, she came the closest.”
11/7/2014
Multitasking is a myth. The truth is that it is really hard to do more than one thing at once. Today, we assume that we can do a million things, all while checking our phones.
10/31/2014
There are plenty of iconic moments throughout the history of cinema, but there truly is nothing as memorable as Dr.
10/24/2014
Common sense tells you that you need to have a beginning, middle and an end to every story. While we generally accept that they do not need to be in that order, we do expect it all to make sense.
10/17/2014
Love triangles are at the center of countless films, but how many are about love triangles from beyond the grave?
10/10/2014
If Frankenstein's monster was a misunderstood overgrown child, then Imhotep was just a hopeless romantic. Even today, The Mummy remains a bizarre entry in the Universal Monsters cannon.
10/3/2014
Welcome readers, to a spooky chapter of Hollywood history. For the next few weeks, we will be looking at the works of master filmmakers, who knew how to scare the living daylights out of filmgoers.
9/14/2014
Filmed stage plays had reached their height by the end of the 1950s, but there was still one more statement to be made in 1961.
9/12/2014
The romantic comedy genre appears to be dead, with the revival that happened during the late 1980s and early 1990s – highlighted by the work of Nora Ephron – long behind us.
9/7/2014
The United States is addicted to oil. That's not news now and it wasn't news back in 2005, when Oscar winning screenwriter Stephen Gaghan's Syriana was released.
9/5/2014
It must have been jarring for audiences in 1978 to see Interiors.

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