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Top 5 Films About 50 Foot Women On-Screen

To say I’ve seen a couple of movies would be a bit of an understatement in the same way as saying a 50 foot woman is a bit worrisome. One sub-genre of films that I’ve seen a surprising large amount of is the giant woman film. Unlike vampires or werewolves this isn’t exactly a well-represented monster. I honestly can’t even think of ever seeing a list like this on other film sites so here’s my unique contribution to film discussion. Now here’s the really interesting thing, none of these movies are really all that good. The best one is just OK, but it’s an interesting enough idea that I honestly think COULD work. Maybe one day it will.

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Review: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Matches the Original

Is “Blade Runner” and robots Halloween enough? Eh, who cares? This came out during October during my Halloween articles and it wasn’t a film I was about to pass up reviewing. Now here’s the thing about this sequel Sony has been very hush-hush on details of the plot, which is good. With that in mind I’ve decided so as not to upset anyone reading I am going to put all of the points about the SPOILER aspects of the story that I want to discuss on a separate page. So if you click on the next page to read the SPOILERS don’t say that I didn’t warn you.

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‘Star Wars The Last Jedi’ Trailer – Watch At Your Own Risk

Although we had our own preemptive spoiler warning from Rian Johnson, be warned that this latest trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” may dampen your movie going experience. It’s an extremely well made trailer and better than the first, but for some this may connect too many dots. So heed this spoiler warning before you read any further.

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Eric’s Guide Through the Universal Frankenstein Series

Before all the other long running franchises like “Nightmare on Elm Street” or “Friday the 13th,” Universal’s Frankenstein series was King. Before all the other long running franchises like “Nightmare on Elm Street” or “Friday the 13th,” Universal’s Frankenstein series was King.

Frankenstein needs no introduction, but despite how ingrained in the popular culture how many have actually watched all the films? Other question, how many do you think there are? 8, (although one could argue which ones count and which don’t I’ll have my own criteria but before I start to ramble)… 8 Frankenstein films at a time when Hollywood was rarely certain of the viability of sequels. As with of these kinds of articles I’m going to list them off from best to worst and hopefully help you decide which films are worth your time. However, despite my own feelings on these films I feel like you should watch them all so I’ll skip my advice portion this time.

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Review: ‘American Made’ Is A Thrilling Tom Cruise Adventure From Beginning To End

“American Made” is adapted from the true story of pilot Ben Seals (Tom Cruise). As a TWA pilot, Seals surprisingly finds himself working for the CIA running spy missions and additionally finds a monetary interest in drug smuggling for the Columbian cartel. As this relationship between opposing entities develops, so does a world of trouble for all parties involved.

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Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Is ‘Stronger’ Than Ever

Actor Jake Gyllenhaal delivers so many great performances that cinephiles, casual moviegoers and the industry are united in admiration, With few Oscar nominations, it seems like he is taken for granted. After Leonardo DiCaprio won an Oscar, many Millennial movie fans have cited Mr. Gyllenhaal as the young and talented actor overdue for a win. I couldn’t agree more. I first noticed his acting ability alongside Laura Dern and Chris Cooper in the historical space drama “October Sky” (which was a family favorite in the Miles household).

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‘The Shape Of Water’ New Red Band Trailer Gives A CLOSER Look

With an odd theme that incites intrigue, the red band trailer for “The Shape of Water” gives us a closer look at Guillermo del Toro’s mysterious sea creature. Starring Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer, Sally Hawkins, and del Toro favorite Doug Jones, this unconventionally odd fairy tale is a Fox Searchlight feature worth keeping an eye on.

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