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Movie cameos have been going on for almost as long as there have been movie stars, though it hasn’t only been limited to them.
Our movie trivia posts have been so popular, we decided to make them a regular feature.
There's a famous television listing for The Wizard of Oz , written by newspaperman Rick Polito, which goes like this: "Transported to a surreal landscape, a young girl kills the first person she meets and then teams up with three strangers to kill again."
Piston-engine airplanes in the movies are unusually subject to engine failure.
Next year is going to be a of mass of comic book adaptations into movies, from the DC comics Green lantern to the latest installment of X-Men, 2011 is going to be a summer of superheros. Many of these films have been whispered about in the Hollywood grapevine for years, and now they are about to rise from the cellular, their is always the fear that the finished outcome will disappoint. I suppose this is all part of the thrill, will it be so familiar that you gently drift into it, like you have been watching it forever, or will be as blunt and heavy as Thors hammer?
If you're a high school student in a film, you will always get one of the preferable eye-level lockers. In all high school or college classrooms, the teacher or professor will always be interrupted in mid-sentence by the end-of-class bell. In every school, there is at least one nerd or wimp that is shoved into lockers that are big enough to hold them.
Movies are not more entertainment. They are immensely informative and enlightening.
In Hollywood, it’s not hard to find a borderline snuff film that turns the stomach and loosens the sphincter. Some of the most disturbing movies ever made fall into that category. But there is another type of disturbing movie that may not shed even a drop of blood, yet shakes the audience to their cores by revealing uncomfortable truths, secret perversions, or a gleeful, careless violence in humanity as a whole.
It’s a rare movie that has no plot holes at all.
Watching movies with your kids is a great way to bond, not to mention introduce them to some of your favorite and most beloved films from when you were their age.