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We’re Not Married: a 1950s Comedy about Marriage

We’re Not Married: a 1950s Comedy about Marriage

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Anyone in the mood to poke some fun at marriage will enjoy this delightful comedy from the 1950s. Somewhat ahead of its time, this classic film has been called by Amazon.com reviewer Bret Fetzer as: “one of the more gleefully cynical snipes ever aimed at that fundamental institution.” Six couples are married in Gretna Green between Christmas Eve and New Year by newly-appointed Justice of the Peace Melvin Bush (Victor Moore). But two years later it is revealed that as Bush’s appointment only begun in the New Year, all six marriages are invalid. Each couple then receives a letter about the mistake, with the freedom to marry each other again…or not. And so goes the comedic premise, legal accuracies aside. Ginger Rogers & Fred Allen as Witty Couple Not just a stale portrait of...
Film Review: ‘Jason Bourne’- pretty good until its flat finish

Film Review: ‘Jason Bourne’- pretty good until its flat finish

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Up until a narratively unrealistic and logistically strange climactic cruiser chase through Las Vegas that feels like a sop to the Fast and Furious group, Jason Bourne is an immersing reimmersion in the brutal and baffling universe of Matt Damon’s shadowy mystery operation. With chief Paul Green grass enthusiastically slicing the verging on unremitting activity to without a doubt the bone in his trademark design and some strong new characters blended in, Universal’s establishment refresher ought to have no issue being re-grasped by long-lasting arrangement fans nine years on (not including the tepid non-Damon stopgap The Bourne Legacy in 2012). Intense Christopher Rouse Despite the fact that The Bourne Ultimatum hypothetically determined the root issues were driving the title cha...
Travel – Field of Dreams Movie Site

Travel – Field of Dreams Movie Site

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It's been lovingly maintained since the first fans found the farm and field where Field of Dreams was filmed. , Owners Don and Becky Lansing believe that if you maintain it, they will come. Sales from a small souvenir stand support its upkeep, so like the ghost players stepping out of the cornfield, real aficionados can step onto the very baseball diamond used in the film, sit on the bleachers and walk to the cornfield. For the Love of the Sport of Baseball The working farm and house was selected in 1988 for the site of the film based on the book, Shoeless Joe by W. P. Kinsella. A portion of a neighbor's farm was used for the outfield. In The Field of Dreams, while struggling to make ends meet, Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner), a city boy turned farmer, hears a voice telling him t...
Best 3 James Bond Movies

Best 3 James Bond Movies

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Below is a list of top three James Bond movies ever to hit the screen with an emphasis on movie making rather than popularity or box office gross. From Russia with Love (1963) In only the second 007 film Sean Connery teamed up with director Terence Young to deliver a movie that would become a benchmark for all James bond movies to follow in the next three decades till Tomorrow Never Dies in 1997 redefined the pattern. It is Bond's first meeting with a secret society called SPECTRE, which would continue to haunt him for the rest of his career and finds mention in a number of subsequent James Bond movies. A dramatically improved story as compared to the previous Dr. No (1962) with some great acting and directing and backed by a magnificent score by John Barry ensured that James Bon...
How To Write Good Movie Script

How To Write Good Movie Script

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"Hey, we should make a movie!" is a phrase said all over the world by aspiring young filmmakers and video camera owners. But most of these movies never happen, get canned by lunch time or are so unwatchable that the only person engaged by the story is the filmmaker's elderly grandmother. Don't waste your time and your audience's time - learn the basics of making a good film. How to Write a Good Script The biggest mistake young filmmakers make is shooting without knowing their story. This causes a willy-nilly story line that often ends with someone waking up from a dream, because the filmmaker shot himself into a corner. You just enough information to make sure everyone on set knows what's going to happen. You need an audience, this means, you need to know who you are making th...
Top 10 Box Office Weekend Movies Report October 27-29, 2017

Top 10 Box Office Weekend Movies Report October 27-29, 2017

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Yet another Lions Gate’s movie debuted at number one for the second week. A newly released horror film “Jigsaw” made it to number one in its first weekend with a weekend gross of $16,25 million in the United States and $9,5 million generated in other countries. Its total worldwide gross amounted to $25,75 million. The movie was directed by Michael and Peter Spierig. Jigsaw release was mostly anticipated by fans who love “Saw” horror movies released back in the days when the Saw Franchise was a hot trend for the weekend. Meanwhile, it was a slow weekend for the previous week’s number one Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween. The Lions Gate’s comedy horror movie is this week’s number 2 with a weekend income of $10 million. Just like in online casinos, Warner Bros action film Geosto...