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JAMES BOND FILMS
CROCODILE DUNDEE
CROCODILE DUNDEE II
ILLUSIONIST
AGAINST ALL ODDS
INTO THE BLUE
THE MUMMY RETURNS
FIFTH ELEMENT
LION KING
ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING
ADVENTURE FILM
ADVENTURE FILMS
ALBUM
ALEX
AMERICAN NINJA
ARIZONA DREAM
ARNOLD
BAD GUYS
BARBARELLA
BEASTMASTER
BIG TOP PEE-WEE
BLACK ROBE
BOAT TRIP
BOND
BORN FREE
COLLINS
COLUMBUS
COMMENT
CONAN THE DESTROYER
DEAD PRESIDENTS
DINOSAURS
DRACULA
DRAGON
DRAGONSLAYER
EASY RIDER
EGGS
EGON
ERAGON
EXTRAS
FAIRBANKS
FONDA
GHOSTBUSTERS
GHOSTBUSTERS II
GOLDENEYE
GOONIES
GORDIE
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James Bond Films

  1. Casino Royale, the latest in the long-running series of James Bond films, is a long, gritty, and clever ride.
  2. Maurice Binder, the title sequence designer for most of the James Bond films since Dr. No, died in 1991. (Web site)
  3. The job of title designer for GoldenEye as well several future James Bond films was then passed to Daniel Kleinman. (Web site)

Crocodile Dundee

  1. Crocodile Dundee is a 1986 Australian comedy film set in the Australian Outback in the area around "Walkabout Creek" and in New York City .
  2. Crocodile Dundee is a breezy, fun affair - a trifle that is extremely pleasant to sample and leaves no bitter aftertaste.
  3. Crocodile Dundee is a good film but it is not a great film.
  4. Crocodile Dundee is a great comedy from 1986 which can be enjoyed after repeat viewings.
  5. Crocodile Dundee is a lighthearted delight that, while you may never slap your knees, will definitely put a broad smile onto your face. (Web site)

Crocodile Dundee Ii

  1. Crocodile Dundee II is a 1988 Australian adventure and comedy film .
  2. Crocodile Dundee II is a sequel to Crocodile Dundee of 1986 and was released on 19 May 1988.
  3. Crocodile Dundee II was a sequel too far. (Web site)
  4. Crocodile Dundee II was not only the no.5 grossing movie of the year in US but also earned more than $300 million worldwide.

Illusionist

  1. The Illusionist is a 2006 period drama based loosely on Steven Millhauser's story "Eisenheim the Illusionist".
  2. The Illusionist is a film that I came across while watching movie trailers.

Against All Odds

  1. Against All Odds is a 1984 film, a remake of Out of the Past. (Web site)
  2. Against All Odds is a United States retail store that predominantly sells clothing inspired by hip hop culture .
  3. Against All Odds is a band from southern california seeking to escape the small town of Yucaipa.
  4. Against All Odds is a neo-noir 1984 film , a remake of Out of the Past .

Into The Blue

  1. Into The Blue is a travel company specializing in dive travel throughout the Caribbean for individuals, families, and groups.
  2. Into the Blue is a 2005 film directed by John Stockwell .
  3. Into the Blue is a fine-looking, often boring, eye candy palace to visit.
  4. Into the Blue is a high-stakes thriller set in the deep, shark-infested waters of the Bahamas.

The Mummy Returns

  1. THE MUMMY RETURNS is a beautiful-looking film.
  2. THE MUMMY RETURNS is like this for many reasons, almost none of which have to do with the actual quality of the movie itself.
  3. The Mummy Returns is a 2001-adventure film produced by Universal Pictures, and the second installment of the studios--- remake Mummy trilogy.
  4. The Mummy Returns is a Hollywood rarity in that it is as enjoyable as the first, if not quite up to parr as the 1999 predecessor.
  5. The Mummy Returns is a loud, frenetic and unoriginal Hollywood byproduct that leaves the viewer worn out and under whelmed. (Web site)

Fifth Element

  1. The Fifth Element is a movei that i actually enjoyed and got a kick out of and i love this movie till death. (Web site)
  2. The Fifth Element is a very silly film.
  3. The Fifth Element is an overall superbly done film, well-acted as it is hilariously entertaining. (Web site)
  4. The Fifth Element was generally well received by critics[3]. (Web site)
  5. The Fifth Element was selected as the opening film for the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

Lion King

  1. The Lion King is a musical film, with songs written by composer Elton John and lyricist Tim Rice, and a film score by Hans Zimmer. (Web site)
  2. The Lion King is an original musical tells the story of a young lion cub who is learning that his role will soon be the king of the jungle.
  3. The Lion King is the perfect culmination of all that had been ocurring at Disney Animation since the renaissance begun with The Little Mermaid.
  4. The Lion King was first released on VHS and laserdisc in the United States on March 3, 1995, under Disney 's " Masterpiece Collection " video series. (Web site)
  5. The Lion King was once considered a secondary project to Pocahontas, both of which were in production at the same time.

Adventures In Babysitting

  1. Adventures in Babysitting was adapted into a American television pilot of the same name in 1989. (Web site)
  2. Adventures in Babysitting was adapted into an American television pilot of the same name in 1989.

Adventure Film

  1. An adventure film is a broad genre full of a wide range of various films.
  2. The 'adventure film' is a film genre which has been a popular one in the history of cinema.
  3. The adventure film is a film genre which has been popular in the history of cinema .
  4. The adventure film is a film genre which has been popular in the history of film.

Adventure Films

  1. Adventure Films are exciting stories, with new experiences or exotic locales.
  2. Adventure films are a popular film genre usually set in the past or in a fantasy world, and often involve swordfighting or swashbuckling.
  3. Adventure films are often set in an historical period, and may include stories of historical heroes, kings, battles, rebellion, or piracy.
  4. Adventure films are very similar to the action film genre, in that they are designed to provide an action-filled, energetic experience for the film viewer.
  5. Adventure films is a genre of films that contain elements of adventure. (Web site)

Album

  1. The album was not well received by radio. (Web site)
  2. The album was turned into a film starring Ann-Margret, in 1975 and later into a Broadway show.

Alex

  1. Alex is a chip off the old block, curious and adventuresome like his parents. (Web site)
  2. Alex is a teenage repair-man living in a trailer park, he kills time by wracking up the high scores on a video game called 'Starfighter'. (Web site)

American Ninja

  1. American Ninja is a 1985 martial arts action film produced by Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus 's Cannon Films .
  2. American Ninja is a fine example of one the better Martial Arts flicks of 80s. (Web site)
  3. American Ninja is a simple film that will keep you munching on popcorn for a good 95 minutes. (Web site)
  4. American Ninja is a simple-minded little Kung Fu action flick that is here simply for entertainment, no more no less. (Web site)
  5. American Ninja was produced by Golan-Globus, the heads of Cannon films.

Arizona Dream

  1. Arizona Dream is a 1993 film directed by Emir Kusturica .
  2. Arizona Dream is a 1993 film directed by Serbian filmmaker Emir Kusturica .

Arnold

  1. Arnold is the series' current composer of choice, and was recently signed to compose the score for his fifth consecutive Bond film, Casino Royale. (Web site)
  2. Arnold is the series' current composer of choice, and was recently signed to compose the score for the his fourth consecutive Bond film, .
  3. Arnold is the series' current composer of choice, and was recently signed to compose the score for the his fourth consecutive Bond film, Casino Royale.
  4. Arnold was born in a small Austrian town and took up weightlifting as he got older. (Web site)

Bad Guys

  1. The bad guys are believably bad.
  2. The bad guys are really bad - almost cartoon like.

Barbarella

  1. BARBARELLA is one of a few cult films that can be called a "Holy Grail" of cultdom.
  2. BARBARELLA was directed by Roger Vadim (then the husband of Jane Fonda), and is full of vintage 60's retro influence. (Web site)
  3. Barbarella is a 1968 erotic sci-fi directed by Roger Vadim and based on the French Barbarella comics from Jean-Claude Forest.
  4. Barbarella is a 1968 erotic sci-fi film directed by Roger Vadim and based on the French Barbarella comics from Jean-Claude Forest. (Web site)
  5. Barbarella is a cult phenomona in the Sci-fi genre which i enjoy immensly. (Web site)

Beastmaster

  1. THE BEASTMASTER was co-written, produced, and directed by the creative team of Don Coscarelli and Paul Pepperman. (Web site)
  2. THE BEASTMASTER was made during the early 1980s craze for fantasy adventure films, and still stands as one of the most popular.
  3. The Beastmaster is a fabulous fantasy film with plenty of imagination behind it.
  4. The Beastmaster is one of my all time favorite fantasy movies.
  5. The Beastmaster was one of the rare early-eighties attempts at bringing the sword & sorcery genre to the big screen. (Web site)

Big Top Pee-Wee

  1. Big Top Pee-Wee is a failed experiment to push the boundaries and evolve this beloved character. (Web site)
  2. Big Top Pee-wee is a 1988 film directed by Randal Kleiser and written by Paul Reubens and George McGrath.

Black Robe

  1. BLACK ROBE is the story of this trip in the wild canadian forests.
  2. Black Robe is a 1985 historical fiction novel by Brian Moore.
  3. Black Robe is a 1991 film directed by Bruce Beresford .
  4. Black Robe is a 1991 movie directed by Bruce Beresford. (Web site)
  5. Black Robe is a beautiful film - thoughtful, passionate, and tagic.

Boat Trip

  1. Boat Trip is a 2002 comedy film directed by Mort Nathan. (Web site)
  2. Boat Trip is a better movie than this and I say that not from experience, I swear.
  3. Boat Trip was the first feature film from director Mort Nathan, best known for his work as a writer for television.

Bond

  1. Bond is a moderate-to-heavy drinker. (Web site)
  2. Bond is the consummate womaniser, drinker, and smoker.
  3. Bond was also outfitted with an underwater jet pack that was armed with a spear gun.

Born Free

  1. Born Free is a bona fide family classic. (Web site)
  2. Born Free is a wildlife film about Joy Adamson and her husband, the two Kenyan game wardens who raise three lion cubs.

Collins

  1. Collins is the boyfriend of CBS news anchor Dana Tyler. (Web site)
  2. Collins was given a toy drum kit for Christmas when he was five. (Web site)
  3. Collins was married to Andrea Bertorelli of Canada, whom he met at a drama class in London,[36] in 1975. (Web site)
  4. Collins was not invited to perform the song at that year---s presentation, although he was in the audience and had arranged his tour around the telecast. (Web site)
  5. Collins was sent to fill the gap, and played drums in lieu of payment for Eno's work with the band. (Web site)

Columbus

  1. Columbus was born in Spangler, Pennsylvania and grew up outside of Youngstown, Ohio.
  2. Columbus was signed to direct the first Harry Potter film for Warner Bros. (Web site)

Comment

  1. Comment: A great episode, which saw the whole cast being given much more to do than stand through a series of stock poses before the camera lens. (Web site)
  2. Comment: The movie is okay.
  3. Comment: What can I say, a real classic film that always brings tears to my eyes.

Conan The Destroyer

  1. Conan The Destroyer was the fourth film on which the great British director of photography Jack Cardiff worked with Fleischer.
  2. Conan the Destroyer is a 1984 fantasy film directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger in the title role.
  3. Conan the Destroyer is a Conan novel by Robert Jordan , an adaptation of the movie of the same title.
  4. Conan the Destroyer is a completely ridiculous fantasy jaunt.
  5. Conan the Destroyer is a flat, plodding, uninspiring movie that has the distinction of killing off the Conan film series for nearly a quarter century.

Dead Presidents

  1. Dead Presidents is a "street" term for cash money. (Web site)
  2. Dead Presidents is a Hip hop slang used to denote money or cash.
  3. Dead Presidents is a ghetto classic about violence and a heist.
  4. Dead Presidents is a really good film. (Web site)

Dinosaurs

  1. The dinosaurs are breeding. (Web site)
  2. The dinosaurs are laughable and the miniatures are not much better.

Dracula

  1. Dracula is a gothic supernatural thriller told in the first person (diaries, letters, newspaper clippings).
  2. Dracula was also constantly on guard against the adherents of the Danesti clan. (Web site)
  3. Dracula was born in 1431 in the Transylvanian city of Sighisoara.
  4. Dracula was determined to rebuild this ancient fortress as his own stronghold and refuge. (Web site)
  5. Dracula was forced to march to meet the Turks with the small forces at his diposal, somewhat less than four thousand men. (Web site)

Dragon

  1. The dragon is one of the best that you'll ever see in the vast world of film.
  2. The dragon was the symbol of the devil and, consequently, the alternate meaning of 'drac' was dragon. (Web site)

Dragonslayer

  1. Dragonslayer is a 1981 fantasy film from writer and director Matthew Robbins .
  2. Dragonslayer is a 1981 fantasy movie set in a realistically portrayed medieval Britain. (Web site)
  3. Dragonslayer is a 1981 live action fantasy movie set in a fictional medieval country similar to Britain .
  4. Dragonslayer is a coproduction of Paramount and Disney Productions, and certainly contains the most daring footage ever seen in a Disney film.
  5. Dragonslayer is an essential reference for any study of the history of fantasy moviemaking.

Easy Rider

  1. Easy Rider is a 1969 film about two counterculture bikers who travel from Los Angeles to New Orleans in search of America.
  2. Easy Rider is a 1969 road movie directed by Dennis Hopper. (Web site)
  3. Easy Rider is a 1969 road movie.
  4. Easy Rider is a lengthy music video for the '60s culture.
  5. Easy Rider is a well-oiled rock'n'roll machine.

Eggs

  1. The eggs are given back to the Raptors, and using his raptor voice box Grant fakes a signal that causes the Raptors to leave.
  2. The eggs are given back to the raptors, and they retreat to go and save the non-existing raptor in trouble.
  3. The eggs are given back to the raptors, and they retreat when they hear the approach of helicopters. (Web site)

Egon

  1. Egon is the most serious and straightforward member of the team.
  2. Egon is the only original Ghostbuster to return for the Extreme Ghostbusters series as a regular (the others appearing for a two-part episode).

Eragon

  1. Eragon is a 2006 fantasy - adventure film based on the novel of the same name by author Christopher Paolini. (Web site)
  2. Eragon was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the USA on March 20, 2007. (Web site)
  3. Eragon was released worldwide between December 13 and December 15, 2006. (Web site)

Extras

  1. Extras are not too plentiful, but a thoughtful addition is the "documentary" Behind the Scenes with Blake Edwards' The Great Race. (Web site)
  2. The extras are appealing.
  3. The extras are numerous and vary in quality.
  4. The extras are pretty skimpy; more than likely Paramount will try to milk the fans again by introducing a special edition. (Web site)
  5. The extras are really good and make this version well worth getting. (Web site)

Fairbanks

  1. Fairbanks was determined to have Pickford become his wife, but she was still married to actor Owen Moore.
  2. Fairbanks was so impressed with the way she photographed that he used her in The Black Pirate. (Web site)
  3. Fairbanks was succeeded by the major swashbuckling male star of the 30s and early 40s adventure films - the dashing Australian actor Errol Flynn.

Fonda

  1. Fonda was always entertaining a new visitor, introducing them to the cast & crew.
  2. Fonda was equally impressed with her co-star.

Ghostbusters

  1. Ghostbusters is a 1984 film , about three unemployed parapsychology professors who start a business exterminating ghosts.
  2. Ghostbusters is a 1984 sci-fi comedy film about three eccentric New York City parapsychologists.
  3. Ghostbusters is a licensed game by Activision based on the movie of the same name.
  4. Ghostbusters is a perfect movie.
  5. Ghostbusters is a science-fantasy comedy film franchise created in 1984.

Ghostbusters Ii

  1. Ghostbusters II is the 1989 sequel to Ghostbusters ( 1984) produced and directed by Ivan Reitman. (Web site)
  2. Ghostbusters II is the 1989 sequel to Ghostbusters ( 1984). (Web site)
  3. Ghostbusters II is the title of a video game released for several home computer and console systems.

Goldeneye

  1. GoldenEye is a 1995 spy film. (Web site)
  2. GoldenEye is based upon the screenplay by Bruce Feirstein and Jeffrey Caine. (Web site)
  3. GoldenEye is the 17th James Bond film and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming 's British secret service agent, James Bond.
  4. GoldenEye is the seventeenth James Bond film and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming 's British secret service agent, James Bond. (Web site)
  5. GoldenEye was adapted into a highly regarded video game for the Nintendo 64 by Rareware. (Web site)

Goonies

  1. The Goonies are found on the beach by a search party & eventually reunited with their families.
  2. The Goonies are found on the beach that morning by a police search party, and eventually reunited with their families.
  3. The Goonies is a 1985 movie directed by Richard Donner .
  4. The Goonies is a Richard Donner film about a family whose house is going to be knocked down if they cannot get enought money to pay for it.
  5. The Goonies is a classic 80s movie that is a part of many people's childhood.

Gordie

  1. Gordie is the quiet and sensitive boy who wants to be a writer. (Web site)
  2. Gordie is the sole survivor, who lives on and writes, but without his friends.
  3. Gordie was also a huge Red Sox fan in the book, and his admiration for Ted Williams was noted.

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