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    Director: William Friedkin Writer: William Friedkin, Gerald Petievich Starring: William Petersen, Willem Dafoe, John Pankow, John Turturro "Lemme tell you something here: I'm gonna bag Masters, and I don't give a s*** how I do it." So says Richard Chance, a secret s...
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    Especially these days, James Cameron is a near-household name. With Titanic just rereleased in 3D, and Avatar still fresh in viewers’ minds, he’s one of the biggest box office draws of the 21st century. And with the announced Avatar sequels going into pre-production, one has to look at Cameron...
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    “It’s not the years, honey; it’s the mileage” Raiders of the Lost Ark is a timeless classic. There’s no way to overstate its significance on modern cinema. Raiders, along with Star Wars and Jaws, established the summer blockbuster that we probably take for granted (or lament, dependin...
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    I really appreciate the addition of the video section on TeenInk.com. I think teen filmmaking is something that's sorely overlooked currently. When I went to post some of my work on your site, I was excited to finally have an audience. But then I saw that there's a six-minute cutoff for len...
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    Ivan Reitman’s Ghostbusters opened in theaters all over the world in 1984. And history was made. It broke box office records for the opening week sales, and stayed as the number one grossing movie for five weeks, dropped, and then returned at number one a few weeks later. It was re-released in ...
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    The world’s greatest detective. The Dark Knight. The Caped Crusader. Whatever you call him, Batman is an icon of American pop culture. The Bat-symbol is instantly recognizable to almost anybody, and almost everyone has seen, read, or played one of the Bat’s many adventures. And outside the ...
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    “Getting back was only the beginning…” And a more accurate tagline isn’t humanly possible. Marty, fresh from the past and ready to live in 1985 like he used to, is interrupted as Doc Brown crashes the Delorean into his driveway, just returned from 2015. He needs Marty’s help to save...
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    “He was never in time for his classes... He wasn't in time for his dinner... Then one day... he wasn't in his time at all.” So goes the intriguing tagline of one of the greatest movies to come out of the 1980’s…and 1950’s. Let’s face it: almost everyone has seen this movi...
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    While his onscreen exploits are legendary, most of his video game adventures have been less than thrilling. Only a few of them stand out. The Last Crusade Graphic Adventure, Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb, and the Infernal Machine (to a lesser extent) are all at least fun to play. But the...
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    For avid fans of the game to this day, just read the first half. For everyone else, read all of it. I was one of the people who got this game when it first came out, as a gift, but I still got the experience of a clean slate, unbiased. Single player is fantastic. It’s basically an over-sim...
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    “Your attention please for the following gate announcements: Flight 704, local service to Endor will now depart from Gate Four.” In my head, I debated the Endor controversy. “Is a forest moon named Endor? Or is it just a forest moon around the planet Endor?” Above me on a lift, C...
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    There’s a disturbing new trend that’s only a year old among video games. And it was caused by one game: Modern Warfare 2. It was probably the most advertised, hyped, and all around pushed game releases of all time. In November, you couldn’t watch any television channel without seeing a...
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    “You totaled three different cars, knocked over six fire hydrants, and,” the Chief struggled to believe the last report, “uncovered a secret cock-fighting ring. Do I even need to ask?” The bulky police chief towered over his side of the table, complete with the thick files of Harry Flynn a...
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    INTRODUCTION South Africa 1942 “Keep digging, boys.” The muscle-bounded mercenary sank a shovel a few inches into the dry earth. A collection of four other treasure hunters for hire followed the digging rhythm. They ignored the tied up archaeologist sitting in the tall grasses behind...
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    I first got the idea for this essay from a video on Cinemassacre.com, itself a website that celebrates the entertainment of movies, not just the box office and celebrities. This particular video was a montage of scenes from the Indiana Jones series of films, particularly the scenes that were either...
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    Charlie Darrow was a quirky fellow. He was a film-maker. But not any kind of film-maker, he was a b-roll man. Many of you are wondering what on earth b-roll is, so let me fill in the blanks. Have you ever watched a news program and the anchor(s) read the headlines while random and simple cli...
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    As parapsychologists, Peter Venkman, Ray Stanz, and Egon Spengler's job is to chase down evidence of the existence of ghosts. But just when they finally find solid proof, they are fired. Not guys to mope, they hatch a plan to really get evidence: they will catch ghosts. As the only ones in the b...
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    August 16, 1942, a U.S. military zeppelin took off from Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. It left at 6:03 hours, with two pilots, Charles Adams and Ernest Cody. Roughly 5 hours later, the same zeppelin nosed into the ocean off the coast of Daly Town, California. A depth charge onboa...
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    If you’ve been watching any television or browsing the web, you already know that the hype surrounding Indy’s grand return is overwhelming. As a sizable Indy fan, you can imagine the excitement I’ve had pent up inside. I was still somewhat shocked to see the return of Indiana Jones...
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    A night at the opera can be quite the forte to some. But some don’t even give it a look, preferring to avoid it. But for some… it can be plain murder… Detective Harold Capert fidgeted nervously in the overstuffed seat, his eyes dodging left and right. His foot tapped anxiously, ...
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    In front of you lies a collection of tents, all decked in brilliant colors, with a person standing in each one. They happily accept the thousands of paper tabs from visitors, each slip allowing entry to the mystical land beyond. Gleaming metallic arms spin for each guest and silently count the numb...
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