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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2

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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1

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    The first installment of the two-film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows follows Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint), and Her... read more
  • The Dark Knight Rises

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  • Annie

    Annie (G, 1982)

    This family classic is adapted from the Broadway musical, which was based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie. During the Great Depression in New Y... read more
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  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

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  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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  • Stop Making Sense

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  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

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  • The Living Daylights (PG, 1987)

    20/09/2012 (DVD)
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (PG-13, 2010)

    People say that harry potter is amazing but others beg to differ but im with the people who thinks t... read morehis saga is amazing! It presents all the points to make it good: action, some humour, drama and the energetic scenes that daniel radcliffe can sustain.
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (PG-13, 2007)

    The book was long, dragged on, and certainly a let down compared to the fourth. This movie on the ot... read moreher hand holds its own as one of the most entertaining of the bunch. Its quick, dark, and fun to watch. Good movie, great series. The actors are maturing and so are their performances. Harry Potter is still a thrill ride.
  • Annie (G, 1982)

    Annie is 127-minute musical extravaganza of humor, great songs, and cuteness. This is truly a classi... read morec! Parents, if you're kids haven't seen it, please add this to your Netflix queue or something and make them watch it. They'll enjoy it! Its impossible to not love this film.

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  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (PG, 2009)

    great movie, best book
  • The Dark Knight Rises (PG-13, 2012)

    - by garyX
    Eight years after the death of Harvey Dent, a reclusive Bruce Wayne brings Batman out of retirement ... read moreto combat a ruthless mercenary with an army of fanatical followers who hold the entire city of Gotham for ransom. I feel I have to begin this review by pointing out that The Dark Knight Rises is a beautifully crafted superhero blockbuster, because otherwise it's going to sound extremely negative! The problem for me is that this film is somewhat lacking in the "X Factor" that made the first two instalments seem so very special. Let's face it, Tom Hardy had an act that's basically impossible to follow but when the script touched on the moral ambiguity of the character of Bruce Wayne (that he's essentially a billionaire who goes around beating up poor people to maintain the establishment's status quo) I thought that Nolan had done it again. Unfortunately he chose not to explore the social implications, instead electing to hang a bomb over the heads of this "citizen's revolution" reducing Bane to another hostage taking thug instead of a radical revolutionary. I also think that removing Alfred and therefore much of the humanity and humour from the equation was a mistake and I would have liked a little more ambiguity (a la Inception) as to the fate of the character. Plus I could also point out that the story is basically Rocky III crossed with Star Wars with yet another generic race against time tacked onto the end. All of these complaints conspired to make me somewhat disappointed with the film, but I reiterate; this is only by the incredibly high standards that were set by the franchise. By any others, The Dark Rises is an excellent piece of entertainment and deserving of the highest praise as a fitting conclusion to a series that has single handedly raised the bar for the quality of mainstream cinema.
  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles (R, 1987)

    One of the greatest dramadies ever made. I think the thought of John Candy no longer being with us ... read moremakes me cry more than the film itself. Not that the film is notorious for being sappy or anything. It's actually a riot, but it's affecting emotionally at times - particularly with John's character arc.
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (PG-13, 2010)

    This first part of the last chapter is definitely the best of the series, more concerned about the d... read morerama than the action, with a perfect pace and an intelligent script that wisely focuses more on the emotional weariness of its characters, which unfortunately may not please everybody.
  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (PG, 2009)

    There is absolutely no question that this is the WORST film in the bunch...but then again, it's like... read morely also the worst book. I don't know how anybody could follow this film if they hadn't read the books. In the last five minutes, there's a surprise reveal, "Hi, I'm the Half Blood Prince!" without ANY explanation whatsoever or mulling over of the titular mystery. Really bad effort at crafting a screenplay from the book. Still -- it's gets a slightly better than average rating BECAUSE it is Harry Potter and because even Spielberg can't cough up such fantastic visual effects.
  • Annie (G, 1982)

    This is my favourite version of Annie, it has an excellent cast and many catchy songs. The only thi... read moreng I don't like is how long it is, but it's still worth seeing anyway. I reallly like this movie.