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The Shroud of Turin Revisited

The Shroud of Turin still holds its secrets. It had been a mystery, and a source of debate for hundreds of years, until scientists carbon dated it. With some disappointment, but certainty, they declared that the Shroud was from the Middle Ages. End of story. The faithful refused to believe …

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Recognizing a Soul of Great Beauty

From a Christian perspective, God is the Creator of all souls that reveal great beauty. In other religions, people attribute the role of the creation of souls to the divine or nature. God being perfect, as well as the perfect Creator does not err and thus all souls have the …

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Fun Facts and Trivia about Keira Knightley

Teddington, London, England native Keira Knightley, affectionately known as “Boo” has racked up an impressive on-screen portfolio as well as a wealth of trivia and fun facts about her life and career fans are always digging for. For all the fans of this favorite pirate, everything you ever wanted to …

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My Moms new Boyfriend

“My Mom’s New Boyfriend” had a lot of good actors in it. With Meg Ryan and Antonio Banderas I thought there was some chance of having a good movie to watch. After watching the movie on DVD, I was terribly mistaken. Meg Ryan is an overweight mother in the beginning …

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Supanova 2013 an Overview

There’s a Storm Trooper, Cinderella and a bunch of Hobbits walking down Flinders Street in downtown Melbourne. No this isn’t the start of some joke, it’s the first morning of Supanova 2013, Australia’s answer to the famous Comic-Con, an exhibition (make that a celebration) of everything pop culture that arrives …

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Corey Haim Rise and Fall

The rise and fall of Corey Haim Corey is best known for his 1980’s teen idol era, he started in such films as; 1)      Silver Bullet – 1985 2)      The Lost Boys – 1987 3)      License to Drive – 1988 4)      Prayer of the Rollerboys – 1990 These are to …

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21st Century Film Making Impacted the Gender Divide

In April 23rd’s issue of Time Magazine, Richard Corliss argues that recent films have seen female characters weakened and marginalized, describing them as an “endangered species” on screen: “the ivory-billed woodpeckers of cinema”. He also suggests that a female film character nowadays must conform to one of three distinct stereotypes: …

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Golden Globe Awards Controversy

Typical film audiences view the Golden Globe Awards as a significant ceremony recognising excellence in film and television. The Golden Globes are second only to the Academy Awards when it comes to prestige. But controversy has hounded the Golden Globes for quite sometime and the 2009 Golden Globe Awards followed …

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