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Movie Trilogies That Don’t Completely Suck

Film

The movie industry is filled with trilogies that did good for two movies and then dropped the ball on the third time around. The Spider-Man, X-Men, Matrix, and Godfather trilogies easily spring to mind as film series that fell apart on the third time around. Does that mean that all trilogies are doomed to failure? […]

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Best Fictional Weapons

Cartoons, Comics, Film, Technology, Video Games

First of all, a quick disclaimer: I am not glamorizing nor glorifying weapons, violence, or related topics. Ok, now that that’s out of the way…we’ve all watched some action movie, TV show, or played a video game and thought that the hero (or villain) had a badass weapon. But what are the best of these […]

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Do you recognize these famous cars?

Film, Humor

Do you recognize these famous cars? Eat Me – Death Mobile From the classic 1978 college movie Animal House.  Delta fraternity member Kent Dorfman  F’d up and trusted he fellow fraternity brothers.  Flounder trusted his older brother’s car to the likes of D-Day, Bluto, Otter but unfortunately the car was totaled.  Much like Jeff Spicoli’s […]

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5 Real Bank Heists That Inspired Movies

Film, News

There are a number of real life heists that inspired movies, from bank robberies to airplane hijackings and train robberies.  Some got away with the money, while others didn’t get away with anything. Boys in the Bank (1975) source: Wikipedia This 1975 movie was based on a heist at Chase Manhattan Bank on the 22nd […]

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Best Movie Adaptations of Books

Books, Film

I’m a fan of both movies and books, and so it’s always interesting to me to see movies of books I’ve read, and to read the books on which movies I’ve seen were based.  That being said, some movies based on books just drop the ball.  They either try to change too much, or only […]

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The Art of Opening Title Sequences in Film

Film

If you love movies and I think you do you then you probably have seen many of these opening titles sequences. But there were more than a few I had forgotten or had never seen. Ian Albinson created this amazing sequence of Titling film, and highlights about one hundred years of film titles and credits. […]

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Superhero/Super-Villain Posters

Artwork, Comics

In the last few years, and in the next few years to come, there have been and will be a lot of superhero movies. Between a reboot of the Batman franchise, the Iron Man movies, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, and the upcoming reboots of the X-Men and Spider-Man franchises, not to mention what is sure […]

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Best Christmas Movies

Film

Well, we’re only a few days away from Christmas and if you haven’t already noticed, there’s not a whole lot on television.  In place of our favorite programs we’re being subjected to a series of both new and classic Christmas movies that are supposed to help us remember everything that’s great about this time of […]

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Why You Wouldn’t Survive Jurassic Park

Bizarre, Film

Recently I saw Jurassic Park being shown on TV and it made me think:  Would I be able to survive Jurassic Park?  I mean, the kids survived it, so I should be able to right?  Then I really got to thinking about it and came up with a couple of reasons why I, and yes […]

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Star Wars Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls

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Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Star Wars Sugar Skull While Día de los Muertos might still be a month away, it can’t be too early to break out this stunning work from John Karpinsky. Visually captivating in color, design and use of pop culture icons, these Star Wars sugar skulls are beautiful […]

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