Roulette in the movies: A class act

There is no doubt that the classic game of roulette is synonymous with opulence, in fact within the movie industry there are some unforgettable roulette scenes that we can enjoy over and over again. This association with the movie industry only adds to the luxurious feel of the game, the elegant men and beautiful women … >

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How ‘reel’ is different from ‘real’?

How ‘reel’ is different from ‘real’? Apart from the spelling, the two have so many other differences. However, it is to be understood that reel is inspired from real. The same is modified in order to add entertainment for the audience. Here are some instances that will support our thought in this case.. Romance Well, … >

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15 things you didn’t know about the USS Indianapolis

Based on a true story, Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas, The Rock) stars in wartime action drama USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. After delivering one of the atomic bombs that would eventually end World War II, the Navy cruiser USS Indianapolis is torpedoed by a Japanese submarine. Left with no option but … >

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5 of the best movies about psychic powers

If you have ever opted for a psychic reading to a psychic hotline, you know that it is fun and you will get some of the best tips for a relationship and many other issues when you connect with the psychic gurus. However, when we look at psychic powers in movies, it creates on a … >

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5 must-see sci-fi movies in 2017

Let’s be honest, 2016 has not been a classic year for sci-fi and fantasy cinema. While there has been no shortage of big name releases over the past 12 months, far too many of this summer’s tent-pole movies ranged from the underwhelming (Ghostbusters, X-Men: Apocalypse, Star Trek Beyond) to the downright awful (Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Independence … >

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‘The Cup’ at 5: Brendan Gleeson’s Australian horse racing movie revisited

2016 marks five years since the release of The Cup. Released in cinemas in 2011, the$15 million Australian biographical film told the story of champion Aussie jockey Damien Oliver’s victory in the 2002 Melbourne Cup race with the American-bred gelding Media Puzzle, prepared by the Irish trainer Dermot Weld. Directed by Sydney-born Simon Wincer (The Young … >

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5 of the best ever shark movies

Blake Lively (Gossip Girl) stars in The Shallows, 2016’s suspenseful thriller that taps into one of man’s most primitive fears – what’s lurking beneath the ocean’s surface? The Shallows arrives on digital, Blu-ray, DVD and next-generation 4K Ultra HD™ from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on Monday 5 December. Ahead of the movie’s home entertainment release, it’s … >

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How marketing is used to promote films

Marketing can make or break a film. It’s a truism that rings clear in distribution and filmmaking circles, much to the ire of filmmakers like populist indie superstar Kevin Smith, who used nothing but his Twitter account for the promotion of his 2011 horror Red State. “I just want to tell stories,” Smith says. “It … >

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