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Jenni Melear
Jenni Melear
It’s 1977 and four college friends who parted ways years ago have reunited for what’s supposed to be a raucous bachelor party. Instead, time has brought a few changes and they find themselves on a treasure hunt down Kentucky’s bluegrass bourbon trail. The story starts simple and slowly unfolds into a twisted maze of greed, guilt and murder.

This is “Bullitt County” -- the new indie film currently in limited theaters by AMC Independent and set to launch on VOD/DVD in early 2019.

Keeping up with the men, the only female amongst the once tight-knit group is the wiseass Robin -- played...
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Caroline Keeler in "Christmas A La Mode"
Caroline Keeler in "Christmas A La Mode"
There’s nothing like a good Christmas movie to put you in the mood of the season. Lifetime always offers up a bunch of solid fare and this year is no exception.

The network launched their annual It’s a Wonderful Lifetime holiday movie lineup with the delightfully new original movie, “CHRISTMAS A LA MODE.”

This one stars Katie Leclerc (from Freeform’s “Switched at Birth”) who gets caught up in a delicious scheme with Ryan Cooper to save her late-father’s farm from being sold by her own sister. Also involved in the tasty plot is actress CAROLINE KEELER, who portrays Katie’s...
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Filmmaker/actress Angela Matemotja
Filmmaker/actress Angela Matemotja
Most people find themselves struggling against their inner demons at some point in their life. It’s the degree and depth of that fight that differs from one person to the next.

Filmmaker Angela Matemotja weaves together a story of individuals fighting to step out from behind their darkest fears in the dramatic feature film “Elevate.”

The premise follows an overweight elevator switchboard operator (Matemotja) struggling to achieve even one day of healthy eating. Her conflict is worsened by an abusive boss, trapped elevator occupants, and her fitness guru as they all find themselves caught...
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This article is a list of films that have already been used for the link and so cannot be used again. It is provided here, for your reference, and was last updated on 2 September 2008. You might refer to this article and do a search on the page to see if the film you want to name has already been used or not.

I plan to continue updating this each time a new page is completed in the forum thread, but if I don't, please send me a message.

Two other things to note:
1) I have corrected the names of films where they were listed incorrectly. In some places, this means that the film title didn't fit...
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I've been planning to do this for a while but I never really got around to it. Surprisingly, it took A LOT more thinking for me to decide for my worst actresses list than it did my best actresses list. Acting is amazing for some people and unfortunately some lack any ability to act at all. And this will be my personal opinion on who I consider to be the worst and the best actresses I've ever seen. Now, keep in mind that this is all opinion based and feel free to create your own article on this subject. Also, eventually I will be doing my article of my top 10 best and worst actors, although...
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posted by kavyadharshini
Tamanna at the seashore
Tamanna at the seashore
Tamanna Bhatia is the famous South Indian Actress who is shining in the kollywood industry now. Tamanna is the daughter of Santhosh Bhatia and Rajani Bhatia. Her sibling is Anand Bhatia. While she was thirteen years old, she started to act in the movies. She started her film career in Hindi movie named Chand Sa Roshan Chehra.

Tamanna has done many projects in Kollywood industry. She started her career in Tamil movie named Enakku 20 Unakku 18 as Trisha’s friend. After that, Kedi, Vyapari, etc. The most turning point of Tamanna is the success of Kalloori movie. She is nominated for Best Tamil...
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posted by WritersMelody
Why is it necessary? I don't understand. I'm not talking about words like "damn" or "ass." Those are crude but not as offensive as the ones I am thinking of. Since I don't swear, I am not going to start now by saying them. I don't think I really need to.

It takes away from the experience for me when a movie that is otherwise very good, with an interesting plot, a talented cast, and excellent scenery and special effects- think The Departed- is littered with the f-word.

Does it really add that much to the film if there's a lot of swearing in it? In my opinion, absolutely not. I don't understand why a screenwriter would choose to employ them when there are so many other words in the English language?
Okay so I decided that I would make a list of my top 10 favorite movies of ALL TIME. This includes all movies all together not just tradtionally animated, computer animated, or live-action. I mean ALL of them ALL together. I have a very unique list because I have some really underrated movies on my list that a lot of people hate. I'm going to explain why I love the movie so much because all of these movies have had a great impact on my life, even one that's very new. Everytime I watch these movies they make me smile. Now please don't hate and keep in mind this is just my opinion, if you don't...
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Lately I've been in a decade kinda mood. I've made articles for my favorite 90s and 00s TV series/movies and am in the process of doing a 90s movie one. Since there is no decent club for the 10s yet and it seems a bit presumptuous to make one now, I decided to post this article here. Of course I already made a poll that nobody answered, so logically making an article that nobody will read is the next step. Enjoy!

This was such a great movie. So great in fact, that I didn't even need a stellar cast to get me to go see it. The premise alone was intriguing. I know this is a remake,...
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Not too long ago I made an article about my top 20 favorite movies of ALL-TIME, so I thought I'd do the same for what I consider to be the WORST movies ever made. Also, with a lot of these movies, I've discovered that they broke a rule that I strongly believe that every character has a personality no matter how poorly done they are unless they're VERY minor characters with one of two lines. In turns out you can be so bad that you don't give a character personality in several of these movies. If you enjoy any of these movies, that's fine, this is just my personal opinion. Please comment, but...
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Jason Woods
Jason Woods
If the big earthquake happened today -- how would you survive? Are you the type of person that could land on your feet or would you go into shock at the sight of the city in shambles?

Evidently, rising actor link is ready to ride it out and rescue the girl he loves.

Of course, this is all just part of the new disaster film link that recently released on VOD from The Asylum.

I recently caught up with Jason Woods to find out about his daring new role and more.

Tell us about your role in "San Andreas Quake."

JW: My character, Nick, a struggling college student, becomes an unconventional action hero...
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posted by LisaForde
Here is a list of my top 20 favourite movies.

#20 Snow White & the seven dwarfs

The one that started it all for Walt Disney, Snow White tells the story about a young girl who escapes from her evil stepmother who wants to try and kill her. She meets 7 dwarves and she becomes friends with them. Although its not my all time favourite but its still an instant classic.

#19 Tarzan

Another great film from Disney it tells the story of a young man who was raised by gorillas while he was still a baby. Packed with great music and a great cast from Glenn Close & Minnie Driver Tarzan is definitely...
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posted by whatsupbugs
2018 had some really good films that are worth talking, so this list is about my personal favorite films of the year. Two honorable mentions go out to the direct to DVD animated film Batman: Gotham by Gaslight and the Aardman film Early Man.

10. Sherlock Gnomes

Sherlock Gnomes is an animated sequel to 2011's Gnomeo and Juliet. I like the 2011 film, but I like this film more. That's thanks to Johnny Depp who shows off his voice acting skills as the title character. The film also has my favorite actress, Emily Blunt. Hearing two of my favorite celebrities in the same film was a real treat. Also,...
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I know that a lot of Batman fans would disagree with this, but I think that Batman and Robin is very overhated. Batman and Robin is a 1997 film that has become really hated by Batman fans. However I think that there's a lot of stuff in this film to like.

5. This film's versions of the heroes are well done.

I think that George Clooney's version of Batman actually works well. People have compared it to Adam West's Batman, but I think that it's good that there are things in common between them. Mr. Clooney has the same wholesome charm of Mr. West. Mr. Clooney's Batman took the silly stuff going...
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Sony Pictures 'Little Bitches'
Sony Pictures 'Little Bitches'
'Little Bitches' is an upcoming teen comedy that is packed with a young up-and-coming cast, including Jennette McCurdy (iCarly), Kiersey Clemons (Flatliners, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising), Virginia Gardner (Project Almanac), Moises Arias ("Hannah Montana" Ender’s Game), Adrian Voo (Amateur Night) and Chloe Bridges (The Final Girls, “Daytime Divas”).

The official plot line:
When they're freshman, three high school students vow to open their college acceptance letters together at their senior bash. Along the way, life conspires to pull them apart, and the tight buddies become frenemies before their senior year.

'Little Bitches' will be released on Jan. 23

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There are a lot of good actors that have gotten the attention, respect, and awards that they deserve, but there are some great actors that aren't the household names they should be. These are the top 10 most underrated actors in the world. This list is for both live action and voice actors.

10. John DiMaggio

Most people don't know who John DiMaggio is even though he's pretty much been in every popular animated show from recent years. His best roles include Aquaman in Batman: The Brave and the Bold and the Joker in Batman: Under the Red Hood. His most well known roles are Bender in Futurama...
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Watching movies on TV, especially the HD or UHD TV sets, can be amazing experience due to the high image and sound quality. For you who have a lot of movies downloaded or purchased from iTunes Store, you might have the urgent need to watch those iTunes movies on your smart HDTV but have no idea of how to do it. Before seeking the solutions to watch iTunes movies or TV shows on TV, make sure you clearly understand the situation that you can only access these iTunes movies in Apple's devices because iTunes movies are encrypted by Apple's FairPlay DRM copyright protection. Specifically speaking,...
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posted by edwardsca
Another Cinderella story
A Cinderella Story
Jack and Jill
Just go with it
New Moon
Breaking Dawn part 1
Meet the Parents
Meet the Fockers
Little Fockers
Hairspary (remake)
bad Hair
Footloose (remake)
Fame (remake)
Ramona and beezas
21 Jumpstreet (movie)
Part of me
The Simpsons movie
Beauty and the beast
Ever After
Ella Enchanted
Nancy Drew
Ice Princess
Cars 2
soul surfer
Monte Carlo
The Descendants
The Princess Diaries
The Princess Diaries 2
The Princess Protection program
13 going on 30
Never been kissed
school of rock
Shallow Hal
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posted by whatsupbugs
It's typical of sequels to come out about 2 or 3 years after the first film. Sometimes, sequels come out the year after the first one. However, Frozen 2 has come out 6 years after the first film. That's something it has in common with Alice Through the Looking Glass, which came out 6 years after the first film. Of course, the big the question is if the wait was worth it. In this review, I will discuss how the two films compare to each other, as well as give my feelings on the premise and cast of characters.

Frozen 2 brings back the cast of the first film (excluding Prince Hans and the Duke...
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The Dark Knight is the 2nd Batman that was directed by Christopher Nolan. It came out in 2008 and is often considered to be one of the best Batman films and one of the best superhero films of all time.

However, I respectfully disagree with about the quality of this film. I have a very different outlook on this film than most people do.

First off, I want to make it clear that I don't think this film's problem is the cast. Every main and supporting character is well cast and they all put a lot of effort into their roles. Heath Ledger was a very talented and kind person and none of my problems...
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