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Daniel Craig To Make Two More James Bond Films After SKYFALL

It has been announced that Daniel Craig has signed on for two more James Bond films, a number which (if made) would bring his total to five films – one more than Pierce Brosnan – making him the third longest serving Bond behind Roger Moore (7) [...]

September 9, 2012

Top 10 Movie Stars Of All Time

There is a difference between what makes a great movie star and what makes a great actor. While the stars on this list are undoubtedly good actors, they have a something extra which makes them great movie stars. Therefore, wonderful actors like Gene [...]

September 1, 2012

Kevin Costner: Movie Star

As the release of Kevin Costner’s Hatfields and MCoys approaches, there has never been a better time to take an in-depth look at his varied career. From his breakout performance in the 1985 western Silverado to his latest role in the History [...]

May 24, 2012

1999: A Movie Year In Review (Part One)

Many films come out every year with critics and fans alike, compiling lists of their bests and worsts. There are also many films that fall between the cracks, only to be discovered years later. Many critics believe that one of the best years in [...]

May 14, 2012

Review: INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL

I’m going to presume that you have already seen this film before you read this review. It’s pretty filled with spoilers, so be warned! George Lucas is a personal hero of mine, the man comes under a lot of fire from movie fans, but I have stood [...]

April 8, 2012

Review: Daniel Craig Is James Bond In QUANTUM OF SOLACE

As a life long James Bond fan I always look forward to new adventures from the super-spy. My very first cinematic memory is watching Roger Moore’s final outing as Bond in A View To A Kill, and my teenage years and early twenties were filled with [...]

April 7, 2012

DVD Review: Nicolas Cage’s SEASON OF THE WITCH Lacks Magic

Today many viewers go into a Nicolas Cage film with some trepidation, and to be fair, there is some just cause for this. Financial woes, and fanboy decision-making seem to be a major factor in the roles that Cage chooses to play these days (that and [...]

April 2, 2012

James Bond 007: A Cinematic Legacy – Part 2 of 2

Read Part One When an aging Roger Moore finally retired from the James Bond series in 1985, a young Irish actor named Pierce Brosnan was hired to replace him. However, when his series Remington Steele featured a surge in popularity following his [...]

March 12, 2012

James Bond 007: A Cinematic Legacy – Part 1 of 2

Since Dr No was released in 1962, James Bond has captivated the cinema going public and delivered a character that is synonymous with Britain and sophistication. Originally from the pen of author Ian Fleming, Bond was immortalized by Sean Connery, [...]

March 11, 2012

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