Despicable Me, by Kitty Nelms

Despicable Me has a simple premise: animated 3D style family comedy about a supervillian that has a change of heart. Does it fit the bill? Well, yes. Slapstick moments? Check. Small creatures? Check. Karaoke finish? Check. Anything particularly noticeable other than that?

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Big Trouble in Little China, by Pope Gryphon

Movie Review, Big Trouble in Little China, an Unforgotten Classic, reviewed by Pope Gryphon

Starring Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall, Dennis Dun, James Hong, Victor Wong
Director John Carpenter
Screenwriter Gary Goldman, David Z. Weinstein
Studio Twentieth-Century Fox Corporation.

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Horror Express (1973), Sarah Willoughby

Horror express and no I’m not going to be discussing the awful service on South West Trains.
No.

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Let the Right One In, by Erika Krasickaite

DIRECTED BY:
Tomas Alfredson
WRITTEN BY:
John Ajvide Lindqvist (novel) John Ajvide Lindqvist (screenplay)
RUNTIME: 115 min
COUNTRY: Sweden

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Movie Review of Chinatown, by Jezebell Mae

Roman Polanski is known for a lot of things, director, husband of Marianne Faithful at the time of her death at the hands of Charles Mansons family or the only film maker who has to have at least thirty seconds of naked women in every movie he makes. Whatever you know him for and whether you like his style or not you have to, in some way, agree with his worthiness of being one of the the first to appear in our Forgotten Movies Ezine feature.

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Movie Review of Black Rain, by Jezebell Mae

DIRECTED BY: RIDLEY SCOTT
STARRING: ANDY GARCIA AND MICHAEL DOUGLAS
(HISTORICAL FACTS FOUN ON I.M.D.B AND POSTED BY DIRKIN20 IN 2008 AND DATES FROM WIKIPEDIA)
BY: JEZEBELL AAREN MAE

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