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Kids have been believing in legendary immortal beings for centuries, but when an evil spirit is out to crush those feelings, it is time for them all to call on their strengths to make sure the kids don’t stop believing. First, a little history. Jack Frost (Chris Pine) wakes up from what looks to be a drowning in a frozen pond. When he comes to, he suddenly has lots of energy, but no memory of whom he is, except for the name, which was given to him by The Man in the Moon, and the fact that he can wreak havoc with wild winter fun for kids by bending ice and snow to his whim. You see is now a Guardian, one of the immortal souls that keeps the hopes and dreams of children alive, whether it be on a seasonal or even a nightly basis. Along with Jack are North (Alec Baldwin), but he goes by many different names around the globe, such as Santa Claus, and there is Bunny (Hugh Jackman), a master of underground stealth when it comes to spring tidings. Also, there is Tooth (Isla Fisher) a fairy that gives cash for bicuspids, that runs a nightly operation and over sees thousands of other, minor fairies as they search for lost teeth. Another immortal that does his job nightly is Sandy, the server of childhood dreams. All their work is being undermined by an evil spirit, Pitch (Jude Law), Also known as The Boogeyman, and Jack is focusing his strength on the town of Burgess and one kid that keeps on believing in the legends, no matter what. That kid is Jamie Bennet (Dakota Goyo). Read more... (652 words, 117 images, estimated 2:36 mins reading time)
This early 90s picture was made during the waning days of the Cold War, but it is set in a time when we were still on high alert. In 1984, the Soviet Union was still very strong, and nuclear subs on both sides of the world had to power to level cities. This is based on one of the very successful books in the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series. In this story, Jack (Alec Baldwin) is working for the CIA as a consultant as his wife (Gates McFadden) works through her residency in London. At this time, a new wold has been put to sea out of Polijarny Inlet, and she is the Red October. Her captain is Marko Ramius (Sean Connery), and he has an agenda. it is up to Jack Ryan to find out what an old sea dog like Ramius could be up to with that much nuclear power in his hands, and why the best of the Soviet Fleet has been sent out of Leningrad and other major ports in the nation to hunt down this amazing sub with a magnetohydrodynamic drive that makes it run virtually silent. Read more... (605 words, 95 images, estimated 2:25 mins reading time)
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The Hunt for Red October: Invisible. Silent. Stolen.
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The Maitlands are taking a well deserved vacation at home in Winter River, Connecticut but their real estate relative wants them to sell and is giving them nothing but grief because they don’t have a family yet. That is where we start the film and with a big fat creepy spider crawling on top of the model of their house that is in the attic. This is one of those films that people are either going to love or they are going to hate just because it is a Tim Burton film. Like all of his films it is filled with strangeness and creepy sounds and visuals that are intended to actually draw you more into the film in a way that you would not think possible. Once you see this film it is going to stick in your head forever and ever and ever and if your not careful it just might stick in your head forever more after that. Read more... (897 words, 120 images, estimated 3:35 mins reading time)
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Beetlejuice – The Name In Laughter From The Hereafter
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