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Biography Anna Nicole Smith

Vicky Lynn Hogan who later changed her name to Anna Nicole Smith, entered the world on the 28th November 1967 and grew up to be a sex symbol, model and television personality who was often ridiculed and generally made fun of because of her sometimes outrageous behaviour. She was the only …

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Best Book to Movie Adaptations of 2011

Making a movie of a much-loved book is no mean feat, because directors and producers know that fans of the book will be extremely critical if it doesn’t meet expectations. Nevertheless, there have been occasions when the movie is actually better than the book, or is at least just as …

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Movie Reviews Death at a Funeral

Director Frank Oz says it best. On being given this script, “I just laughed out loud. And, I was touched by the story.” For myself, from the film’s opening frame, I was chuckling, laughing, chortling and snickering, before ultimately breaking into side splitting, tears rolling down my face laughter. Similar …

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Wes Andersons Influence on Filmmaking Today

Wes Anderson’s influence on filmmaking today Wes Anderson is the most stylish filmmaker of pop cinema. He has created a style which combines that of Jean-Luc Godard and Martin Scorsese in a way that can’t be matched by any other filmmaker. His movies are unique, his style is like nothing …

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The Role of a Casting Director

What does a casting director do on a feature film or television series? It?s not an uncommon question to be asked in the film/television world, and the answer is very simple – a casting director has one of the most important and busiest jobs on a production. Technically the casting …

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Anime Reviews Flcl

One night I was watching “Adult Swim” on Cartoon Network and my wife walks into the room and I was watching a rather strange anime program. She looked at it and asked me “What are you watching?” and the only response I could give was “I really have no idea”. …

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Movie Reviews Cattivi Pensieri 1976

Cattivi Pensieri (1976) Starring Ugo Tognazzi, Edwige Fenech, Paolo Bonacelli. Directed by Ugo Tognazzi. Running time: 93 Minutes. Rating: R (frequent nudity and sexuality) AKA Evil Thoughts Married, jetset, international businessman Mario Marani (Ugo Tognazzi) comes home to his wife Francesca (Edwige Fenech) in his penthouse apartment building in Rome …

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Movie Reviews Trainwreck my Life as an Idiot

Trainwreck: My Life as An Idiot is a movie adaptation of a true story surrounding the life of American comedian Jeff Nichols, a man who suffering with Tourette’s syndrome, multiple personality disorder, attention deficit disorder, balance impairment, dyslexia and to top it off is an alcoholic. The story follows Jeff …

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