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    25 Interesting Facts About Steven Spielberg

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    In today’s article, we’re bringing you 25 interesting facts about Steven Spielberg, one of the most influential and probably the most successful Hollywood director of all time.

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    Martin Scorsese’s Signature Trademarks

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    Martin Scorsese is one of the best American directors of all time that made many great movies during his long career. Long tracking shots, freeze frames, slow-motion, split-diopter shots, violence, crime, corruption, these are some of Martin Scorsese’s trademarks that he uses repeatedly in his movies.

  • Everything We Know About James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad (2021)

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    The Suicide Squad, a soft reboot of the 2016’s Suicide Squad directed by James Gunn (Guardians Of The Galaxy) is set to be released in August 2021. We’re bringing you everything that we know about James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad so far.

  • X-Men Movies Ranked From Worst To Best

    X-Men Movies Ranked From Worst To Best

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    As this year marks the 20th anniversary from the release of the first X-Men movie we bring you a list of all X-Men movies ranked from worst to best.

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  • Tenet Review: Nolan's Latest Is Overlong, Boring And Exhausting Action Thriller

    Tenet Review: Nolan’s Latest Is Overlong, Boring And Exhausting Action Thriller

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    Tenet is a big, ambitious, complex, and original, but also overlong, boring, confusing, and exhausting narrative puzzle with a mediocre script and no character development. While you can’t deny craftsmanship on a technical level, Tenet is a movie you can’t engage emotionally. In the end, I just didn’t care about the characters or what’s happening in the movie.

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    Bill & Ted Face The Music Review: Nostalgia-Fueled Time Travel Comedy

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    In what’s been a very atypical year, it seems fitting for atypical movies to be released. Such is the case of Bill & Ted Face The Music, the final entry in the Bill & Ted trilogy. It has just the right amount of nostalgia to keep you interested if you were already a fan of the franchise but does very little to attract new fans or to stand as its own independent movie.

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    Palm Springs Review: Charming Rom-Com With Time-Loop Twist

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    While Palms Springs is far from perfect, this rom-com with a “stuck in time loop” twist is a clever, funny, and well-written movie with two charming and likable leads that have real chemistry.

  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service Review: The One With George Lazenby Where Bond Gets Married

    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Review: The One With George Lazenby Where Bond Gets Married

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    While not being the best or most popular entry in the series, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is one of the most faithful adaptations of source material and a solid Bond movie that tries a little more realistic and a different approach than his immediate predecessors, focusing more on telling an actual story instead on gadgets and action set pieces but unfortunately, a final result is a mixed bag.

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