The Most Beautiful Shots of the James Bond Franchise

Film School Rejects – October 18, 2020 at 02:27PM:


The name’s Bond. Bondathon. With twenty-four official James Bond films to conquer before No Time To Die hits theaters, Bond fan Anna Swanson and Bond newbie Meg Shields are diving deep on 007. Martinis shaken and beluga caviar in hand, the Double Take duo are making their way through the Bond corpus by era, so hang up your hats and pay attention. This entry explores the best shots of the James Bond franchise.

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Things You Missed In The First Episode Of Vikings

Looper – October 15, 2020 at 01:50PM:

When the cable channel History decided to branch out into scripted programming, it didn’t take any half measures. The network’s first foray, Vikings, is a historic drama on a truly epic scale. Here are five things you may have missed from the very first episode of Vikings. But be warned, we’ll be talking about the episode’s impact on future episodes and seasons. Spoilers for Vikings ahead!

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The Golden Era Of High School Movies

Screen Rant – October 10, 2020 at 11:37AM:

Taking a deeper look into the evolution of ‘back-to-school” movies.

We’ve all experienced school, and we’ve experienced the feeling of going BACK to school. There’s so many mixed emotions; more homework, more responsibilities, seeing your friends daily, getting into trouble. Despite the fact that we’ve been out of school for YEARS, we just can’t get enough of movies about school. Not only that, but we have a nostalgia for years that we haven’t even lived in. Who wouldn’t want to go to Ridgemont High, or rock out with Jack Black? Films about school have a sacred place in our hearts; no matter when it took place. We are going to look at some different decades/generations of school movies, and see what mainstays of the genre carry throughout, and what things are specific to that era.

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Here’s Everything That’s Coming To Netflix For The Holidays, Including Dolly Parton And More Santa Kurt Russell

Film – UPROXX – October 7, 2020 at 10:36AM:

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The upcoming holiday season might be extra challenging to navigate this year with group gatherings remaining a bad idea for months to come. What will you do to fill those hours? Netflix has you covered with sleighs full of content, including the traditional and not-so-typical holiday offerings.

Plenty of original offerings are on the way, including Dolly Parton’s delight of a Christmas gift to the world. Kurt Russell will return as the coolest Santa around to help put a stop to all the mayhem-loving grinches out there, and Shondaland’s bringing us a dance-filled wonderland while Emma Roberts has the festive-romcom corner all tied up. Oh, and expect aliens and a heist and more of The Great British Baking Show to counteract the Captain Underpants-loving young man in the next room.

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Horror and the Academy: 13 Times the Oscars Could Have Embraced the Genre

Film – Variety – October 2, 2020 at 08:56AM:


“What an excellent day for an exorcism.” -Linda Blair, “The Exorcist” (1973) If asked to describe a typical “Oscar” film, you’d likely hear phrases like “biopic” or “sprawling epic.” If there’s a genre that’s been grievously undervalued, and to a greater extent, disrespected within the industry space, it’s horror. It can be argued that it’s […]

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