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    Titanic is a film that needs no introduction. Until the 2009 release of Avatar, which was also directed by James Cameron, Titanic stood firmly as the highest-grossing film of all-time. The film was an international hit and won 11 Oscars at the Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, Editin...
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    Christopher Nolan is living the life. In the span of ten years, he's gone from obscure indie filmmaker to big-name Hollywood director. Not only that, but Nolan's The Dark Knight remains as one of the most popular films to come out in the last decade that both critics and casual viewers cou...
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    Patton is, in one word, epic. With a nearly three-hour runtime and an extravagant budget, the biographical film follows the life of a man who was legendary for both his eccentricity and his cruelty. Shortly after his death, the New York Times called General Patton "a legend...deeply religiously...
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    I hadn't heard of Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy until, one day, I happened upon the poster for the film adaption of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (or Men Who Hate Women in its original Swedish). I'm not one to usually judge or make a decision about a movie based on something as...
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    I had never heard of this film until Fangoria listed it as the "second best horror film of the past decade". Considering that Let The Right One In, one of my favorite films of all-time, was listed in the number one slot, I thought that - perhaps - the site actually had a decent sense of ta...
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    Whether you hate or enjoy the cornball blaxploitation films of the 1970's, you can't deny their place within film history as one of the most infamous genres of cinema. The films, for those unaware, were made specifically for an audience of urban black people and usually featured an all-bla...
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    There are two schools of thought concerning Mel Brooks. The first thinks he's a hilarious satirist that pokes fun at both filmmakers and genres with his corny, yet lovable, sense of humor. The second absolutely detests his humor and claims that he's actually just a dirty joker that hides b...
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    Up in the Air has been hailed by many critics as one of the best movies of 2009. Directed by Jason Reitman, the man who brought us Thank You For Smoking and Juno, this film is like his others in that it follows an individual with a background that openly challenges society's unwritten rules on ...
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    According to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a feature-length film has to be a minimum of 40 minutes in order to considered a feature film. Since Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is just a tiny bit over that marker, it's considered a feature-length by the Academy and worthy ...
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    I wasn't expecting too much from Jacob's Ladder. Directed by a man who's mostly made cheap thrillers and crass remakes, the film looked more like a interesting concept that would crumble under poor direction and misguided production. Having finished the film, I'm surprised to say...
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    Man, it was a pleasure to rewatch this film. I had forgotten its many interesting, humorous, and charming elements. It's a horror-comedy, so there's a fair balance between gore and hilarious gags/one-liners. The film follows in the footsteps of “Evil Dead II” and “Shaun of the Dead,” b...
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    People aren't kidding when they say that The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a strange film. Filled with bisexual mad scientists, creepy servants, rock n' roll musical numbers, and plenty of sexual innuendo, the film's definitely not for everybody. The film's certainly a trip, but I...
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    As far as the horror genre goes, the 2000's will most likely be remembered for foreign horror - particularly Asian horror films. Unlike the American horror films of the past decade, which have mostly been comprised of awful remakes and "torture porn", Asian horror has been coming up w...
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    I'm not a big fan of Wes Craven, but even I'll admit that the man has got a talent for interesting concepts. A Nightmare On Elm Street, for example, isn't exactly a very good movie but it's certainly very creative and original. Scream pretty much follows the same formula - it...
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    Ingmar Bergman certainly has a way with morbid filmmaking. Oftentimes, his films are depressing, faith-questioning, and tragic in a variety of ways. The Seventh Seal, for instance, was a slow-moving and deeply philosophical film about the existence of God and the meaning of human life. That's s...
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    What did I expect from The Fountain? I expected it to be a pretty good sci-fi/fantasy film with some interesting questions thrown into the mix for kicks. What I got, however, absolutely blew me away. In an age where 'mainstream' and 'intellect' don't exactly mix, The Fountai...
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    Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary is, simply put, pure avant-garde film. In other words, it's very experimental and completely abandons traditional forms of storytelling for more expressionistic and mind-boggling imagery. Whether you admire or dislike the film, you can't deny the i...
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    I have mixed thoughts on Fritz Lang. While his earlier films are visually stupendous, the characters and stories are, for the most part, pretty lacking - especially in his later films. This film, Fury, marks the German director's first picture made within the U.S. At first, Lang found it incred...
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    I've said it once and I'll say it again - Stanley Kubrick is one of the greatest directors that ever lived. His career started off with straight-forward narratives (such as The Killing), but Kubrick soon started making some of the atmospheric and contemplative films known to man (such as 2...
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    I'm not usually a huge fan of 1950's horror, but Night of The Demon certainly impressed me. Instead of using the typical B-horror concepts or cliches, the film is surprisingly mature and thoughtful with its subject matter. The film can still be quite cheesy, granted, but it's leagues ...
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    If anything can be said about Carl Theodor Dreyer's “Vampyr,” it's that the film is incredibly atmospheric, gothic, and hypnotically dream-like. Made in 1932, it borrows many techniques and elements from silent movies. The cinematography and dark mood resemble films like “Nosferatu” an...
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    Seven Samurai is both hailed as Akira Kurosawa's magnum opus and as one of the greatest films ever made. Having just finished the film, I probably wouldn't agree with either of those statements. I will admit, however, that the film's indeed fantastic and a certifiable landmark in cine...
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    Ever since I saw Duck Soup, I've been absolutely in love with the Marx brothers and their sense of humor. Anarchic, pitiless, bold, and hysterical with their play-on-words, the brothers have a style that's firmly withstood the tests of time and has remained just as hilarious throughout the...
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    Caro Diario is, without saying, a very personal and human film. I hadn't heard of Nanni Moretti until this film, but I can understand why the director has such an appeal in the indie and Italian market. Instead of this film being a narrative, or a short collection of stories, that revolve aroun...
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    Knight and Day is, as you'd expect, just a typical summer action-flick. Devoid of emotion, character, structure, and anything remotely clever, the film exists for only one reason - money. I'm surprised that the director for this film also directed the remake of 3:10 to Yuma. Now, I haven&#...

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