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** On This Day 📅 Anniversary 🥂** RealityBites * * I usually only do film anniversaries on significant years but this feature was so instrumental in my adolescence I can’t help myself. I find it witty, accessible with pure 90’s aesthetic & attitude. Helping define a generation with a soundtrack of its time and enlighten a culture on issues of the time Reality Bites made a lasting impression on this 90’s kid. Lest we forget, Melrose Place was a really good show! Cinephile CinephileCommunity Movie Movies MovieAnniversary EthanHawke WinonaRyder BenStiller JaneaneGarofalo SteveZahn Comedy Drama Issues Nineties Romance DrewReview

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An epic cast for a sprawling sci-fi epic like Frank Herbert's Dune. So bloody excited! Really happy that Denis Villeneuve (Arrival and Blade Runner 2049) is directing this adaptation too - he'll make it suitably atmospheric and smart! Although it would've been interesting to see how Alejandro Jodorowsky's vision for Dune would've turned out back in the 1970s. Dune FrankHerbert TimotheeChalamet JasonMomoa scifi movienews cinephile sgig igsg

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The Pianist (2002) Director: Roman Polanski Starring: Adrien Brody ————————————————— The Pianist is a memoir by the Polish Jewish pianist and composer Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Holocaust survivor, as Warsaw begins to crumble at the start of World War II. It is a sad and heart wrenching tale with a unique point of view of Szpilman and his family escaping the Warsaw ghettos amidst the chaos. Adrien Brody delivers the performance a lifetime that rightfully earned him the Oscar for Best Actor in 2003. Finally, the famous piano scene between a starved and unrecognizable Szpilman, and Nazi officer Hosenfeld is one of the most powerful scenes in cinema history (swipe to see). Simply a true masterpiece from Roman Polanski. ————————————————— Rating: 9.8/10 movie movies moviereview moviereviews cinema cinephile film films filmreview cinemaphilia oscars thepianist adrienbrody romanpolanski

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MOVIE REVIEW: WhatMenWant is much better than we thought it would be, and it showcases the talents of everyone involved really well! We laughed a lot more than we expected to, but don't be fooled, this isn't a perfect movie. It is still a cliche romantic comedy at its core, but it doesn't go the cheap route with its premise (a la the Chapelle Show skit from several years ago). It tries to offer an honest portrayal of the perception of what men think compared to what is actually going on in their heads. TarajiPHenson is great here, as is her comedic timing. Take a chance on this one. Our rating: 6/10! WhatWomenWant AldisHodge TracyMorgan MaxGreenfield TamalaJones PeteDavidson PhoebeRobinson JasonJones ErykahBadu JoshBrener WendiMcLendonCovey KellanLutz ParamountPlayers moviereview lololovesfilms cinephile moviegeek cinephilecommunity movieoftheday rottentomatoes firsttimewatch ShareAMC See the FULL REVIEW by clicking the link in our lololovesfilms bio/profile above, or visit us on the blog here: http:bit.ly/LoloWHATMENWANT

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[KinemaPedia] Special Tribute - Bruno Ganz KataKinema KinemaPedia . As a theatrical performer, Ganz portrayed the lead character in the 11-hour stage performance of 'Faust I' and 'Faust II', whereas both plays were directed by Peter Stein during the 2000 Expo in Hannover, German. A little bit fun fact is that his role as Damiel the Angel in Wim Wenders' 'Wings of Desire' became so iconic to the point that he didn't confuse the audience when he made a brief and non-speaking appearance as the same character in ' of Nature' (1991) So, what’s your most favorite Ganz-starring film? :D . Happy watching and we'll see you at the movies Movie Movies Film Films Cinema Review MovieReview Cinephile Instamovie Instamovies Instareview News Art MovieLover actor brunoganz swiss switzerland wimwenders german wingsofdesire thehousethatjackbuilt eternityandaday damiel

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Serpico (1973): 8.5/10 Director: Sidney Lumet Writers: Waldo Salt, Norman Wexler Based on: Serpico (1973) Cast: Al Pacino, John Randolph, Tony Roberts Genre: Crime, Drama Runtime: 129 minutes Serpico is a thought-provoking piece of drama on corruption within New York City’s police force from 1960 to 1972. Pacino’s talent is used to its highest and best use - it is definitely worth your time. ~Starsky

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“Don't you ever stop dreaming. You can be anyone you want to be.”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Saving Mr. Banks (2013)⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ John Lee Hancock.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ EmmaThompson TomHanks AnnieRoseBuckley ColinFarrell instamovies instafilm behindthescenes instacinema celeb legend icon MovieBuff MovieAddict MovieFan FilmBuff Cinephile MovieGeek Moviecollector movies cinema actor films instagood hollywood cinematography filmmaking actress filmmaker WaltDisney HaveYouSeenThisFilm

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On our radar: criminal_podcast is an independently-produced podcast that focuses on true crime. It is recorded in Chapel Hill, NC, and the show describes itself as telling "stories of people who've done wrong, been wronged, or gotten caught somewhere in the middle." ThisIsOurReelSouth Their latest episode is live! Description: Fannie Davis had to find a way to take care of her family. So she started a business that a lot of people knew about but no one talked about. https:apple.co/2X2gzxX filmmaking womeninfilm cinema filming pbs show videos director cinephile southernliving filmmakers documentary reelsouth south hollywoodsouth shortfilm qtpoc queersouth directorslife shortfilms publicmedia filmmakermemes filmfunding queersouth producerslife nolafilm sundance sundance2019 podcast

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After hearing the life story of Secretariat, (childhood hero of my hero BoJack Horseman.) who tragically took his own life at the age of 27 after being banned for life from competition for illegally betting on his own races& dealing with the guilt from his brother's death. Jeffretariat, who had took his place to fight in The Vietnam War&sadly never made it back. 😞 (R.i.p to the retariat brothers) I decided to give this flick a watch. This one's for you Secretariat. 🍻 🏇 "Don't you stop running and don't you ever look behind you. There's nothing for you behind you. All that exists is what's ahead."-Secretariat FirstTimeWatch Free DisneyMovieRewardPoints ArrogantBastardAle YoureNotWorthy RipSecretariat 27Club DianeLane JohnMalkovich DisneyBlurayCollection BlurayCollection MovieCollection cinephile BoJackHorseman 😆

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Movie : Frances Ha Writers : Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach . • There's something about this movie that just always really spoke to me. I honestly think it's one of the finest movies with a female lead. But I think the heart of this movie lies in the dialogues, the details, the mood and the way Frances navigates her life in a city that's constantly pushing her down. Rare to see such movies • filmbuff filmlover movie movierecommendation movielover moviebuff peliculas pelicula cinephile indiefilm actor director cinephilecommunity filmnotdead cinema films film cine movieworld movietime francesha gretagerwig noahbaumbach script dialogue

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Sicario **** (Out of 4) "Sicario" is a ruthless thriller that starts out as a terrific movie about the war on drug cartels then slowly reveals it's real story which is even more effective.  The performances by Blunt and Del Toro are spellbinding as is the direction from Denis Villeneuve moviejunkie cinephile film films filmreviews filmreview movie movies moviereviews review reviews moviereview critic movienight moviedate movie🎥 movietime🎬 movietime moviegeek moviebuff moviecritic movieaddict beniciodeltoro joshbrolin emilyblunt denisvilleneuve thriller action 2015

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The War Zone (1999) (First time watch) (Amazon Prime) I can't believe Tim Roth never directed anything else after this. A harrowing, horrific and extremely well handled look at such disturbing subject matters. This shit won't be leaving my head for a long time = 9/10 Dans TheWarZone 1999 TimRoth RayWinstone Drama British Movies Movie Films Film 4K UHD HDR DolbyVision Steelbook Steelbooks BluRay BluRays DVDs DVD Cinema Art Cinephile Cinematography History Oscar Oscars Collection Collector HMV

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The Social 💻Network A Shakespearean tragedy. “You are probably going to be a very successful computer person. But you're going to go through life thinking that girls don't like you because you're a nerd. And I want you to know, from the bottom of my heart, that that won't be true. It'll be because you're an asshole”

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Game of Thrones review Season 2 episode 6 The old gods and the new Rating A Slight spoilers ahead The second half of season 2 is really good and episode 6 is no exception the stuff is great this episode cause you can see that he's not conflicted but is so determined to impress his father he will do anything and robbs reaction to his betrayal is great as well the stuff in kings landing with joffery was good too but in mynopniom the best part of the episode was tywins interaction with aria which has always made me wonder if tywin knew who Aria was. Which can't be the case because of what's going on but still an interesting thought. The rest of the episode is just okay good episode moviefan moviebuff cinephile moviefreak bluraycollection bluraycollector bluraymaniac blurayjunkie blurayaddict bluraybuff moviereview movietime movienight dvd movie moviereview dvd dvdcollection dvdcollector bluray

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MadMaxFuryRoad **** (Out of 4) "Mad Max: Fury Road" is one of the best action films of the last ten years.  It is a masterful blend of practical effects, CGI visuals and real stunts.  Turns out George Miller is still the most exciting director in the action game.  What has he been up to besides making movies about singing penguins?  My hope is that a film that is this good is a source of inspiration for the next generation of action filmmakers moviejunkie cinephile film films filmreviews filmreview movie movies moviereviews review reviews moviereview critic movienight moviedate movie🎥 movietime🎬 movietime moviegeek moviebuff moviecritic movieaddict madmax madmax4 tomhardy charlizetheron georgemiller action 2015

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Quentin Tarantino and Harvey Keitel on the set of Reservoir Dogs (1992). ~ Director- Quentin Tarantino Director of Photography - Andrzej Sekuła

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Marlon Brando and Francis Ford Coppola on the set of The Godfather (1972). ~ Director - Francis Ford Coppola Director of Photography - Gordon Willis

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Roger Deakins and Frank Darabont on the set of The Shawshank Redemption (1994). ~ Director - Frank Darabont Director of Photography - Roger Deakins

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I watched this movie last night on a total whim, I didn’t expect anything from it or had any expectations whatsoever. I was pleasantly surprised to find it was one of my favorite movies I’ve seen this year so far. Being kidnapped was one of (and still is) one of my greatest fears and it’s such a big reminder that this is a reality that lives amongst us. Very suspenseful, unpredictable, and has you constantly rooting for the protagonists. I absolutely loved it. 🍃✨🍃✨🍃✨🍃 • movie moviecollector moviecollection horror horrorcollector horrorcollection cinephile

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