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How different would be the cinema if men played women's roles?

by Petros Antonakis Bring to your mind the proverbial sitting in chair in Basic instinct, only this time put a man in chair and on the opposite side a female public feeling hotter. Or even better, just watch it in practice in the intelligent video prepared by Buzzfeed which shows us how different would be the cinema if […] 16 May 2014 at 06:37 pm
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The 45 most famous weapons in cinema

by Petros Antonakis Pop culture without weapons? There is no way... Especially the cinema has built up an impressive armory, with weapons for every taste. From the classic shotgun of John Wayne and the Magnum handgun of Dirty Harry, to the phaser gun of Star Trek and the RPG-7 of Rambo, they all wrote their own history on […] 7 August 2013 at 12:12 pm
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Frankenstein's Army: The horror in the World War II

by Petros Antonakis The film "Frankenstein's Army" of the Dutch director Richard Raaphorst will make certainly the fans of horror movies to make fun when it will come out in America on July 26 in a few theaters and follow leter the... VOD path. And judging by its trailer it will surely gonna make us go crazy. There are […] 18 July 2013 at 07:04 pm
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Snowpiercer: trains, ice and sci-fi thriller

by Petros Antonakis In case the name Bong Joon-ho doesn't say much to you, I bet the 2006 film "The Host", must indeed mean something to you. It was an impressive thriller no of which has ever been released in cinemas and it's highly unlikely that we will see something like it again. So the director of this […] 12 July 2013 at 12:51 pm
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R.I.P.D: Dead policemen against ghosts

by dlife After being killed in action, detective Nick Walker (Ryan Reynolds) is called to be enlisted to a post mortem Police Department that hunts ghosts under the name R.I.P.D (Rest In Peace Department) and works together with veteran officer Roy Pulsipher (Jeff Bridges). Their mission is to locate and place under arrest monstrous spirits that have disguised into humans and try […] 12 July 2013 at 09:11 am
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Out of the furnace: the first after Batman role of Christian Bale

by Petros Antonakis It looks like Christian Bale decided to put his cape in the closet and leave Gotham City behind. Still his first post Batman role is once more... dark! The film Out of the Furnace is directed by Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart) and in it, Bale plays the role of Russell Baze, a citizen of a […] 8 July 2013 at 07:05 pm
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James Bond's submersible Lotus Esprit goes for sale

by Petros Antonakis Do you remember the magnificent Aston Martin DB5 that James Bond drove in the films Goldfinger and Thunderball? It is planned to go on an auction for almost 3 million pounds! The news though don't stop here, since another - not so classic- James Bond car, the notorious Lotus Esprit from the movie The Spy Who Loved Me, The Spy […] 5 July 2013 at 10:25 pm
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Summer's most profitable independent movies!

by Petros Antonakis Well it's true, this is the summer of blockbuster, superhero movies with huge budgets and impressive casts. Still the independent movies hold still and try their best even during this time of year where things aren't that promising. So here's the list with the most profitable independent movies of the summer in the US, that […] 5 July 2013 at 09:11 am
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Inside Llewyn Davis, a new movie by the Coen brothers

by Petros Antonakis The new Coen Bros movie makes a musical immersion in the folk scene of the 60's, at the Greenwich Village events in Manhattan at the historical place where the greatest folk music icons lived. The film is scheduled to hit cinemas in the 6th of December, from CBS and follows the life of a young […] 3 July 2013 at 05:45 pm
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Rigor Mortis: horror made in China

by Petros Antonakis I guess you know all there's to know about Asian people and their point of view concerning horror films. There are so many times these past few years that I've found myself scared with some of their greatest hits and behold, here's another top movie that looks like a bucket of blood on your face: […] 3 July 2013 at 12:38 am