Ray Liotta joins The Muppets 2

Incredibly, after a long period of time in which the presence of film Ray Liotta was seriously missed, the actor has returned yet and, as you can see, keeps adding to very interesting projects. The latest is the sequel to the 2011 film The Muppets, The Muppets 2… Again, and will be adding a very […]

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Looking for Disney characters? Tips to find your Favorites

Wherever you look at Walt Disney World Resort, Disney’s beloved characters await to offer you a warm embrace sign of an autograph or pose for a picture that you will treasure forever. Either Mickey Mouse or one of the villains Disney classics, the characters never are far from the visitors in search of a magical […]

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The Dark Knight Rises, why disappoint?

Christopher Nolan (along with his brother Jonathan) forever changed the film adaptations of superheroes. That’s a fact, now we can expect a more ambitious film (cinematically speaking) than a simple adaptation in which the protagonists are the string of special effects. Depth in the characters, adult approaches, complex twists in the script, second and third […]

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Arrietty

The legendary Studio Ghibli appropriates the famous story “The Borrowers” to offer the cute “Arrietty – The small world of petty thieves,” a cartoon quality that will please the whole family. Arrietty is a Chapardeuse, an elf who lives in a house with his mother and father. The day it is seen by Shawn, a […]

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Beauty and the Beast

Disney plays the game of nostalgia in representing his old classics on screen but this time in three dimensions. After the triumph of “The Lion King” the door is wide open for “Beauty and the Beast” suffer the same fate. And despite the mercantile side of the process, it would be fully deserved. The 3D […]

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Carnage

Roman Polanski unleashed in “Carnage”, his best film for a long time. A brilliant and hilarious, work which shows the through the company with a lot of vitriol. The children fight and parents must pick up the pieces. This is the case of Alan (Christoph Waltz) and Nancy (Kate Winslet) who arrive at Michael (John […]

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War Horse

Steven Spielberg is proposing to spend Christmas with the family. After his hectic “Tintin”, he’s already back with “War Horse” tells the extraordinary friendship between a horse and his master. It is a bombastic spectacle and a beautiful naivety that will strike a chord with all its conventions. The father of “Indiana Jones” is fallen […]

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Chip-Wrecked

The success generate popular suites is well known. Whether the story is interesting or not, if it makes money, its future is assured. This seems the case of “Alvin and the Chipmunks,” which arrives with a new adventure. As ordinary as its predecessors, “Chip-Wrecked” will not be long in theaters, children are otherwise occupied with […]

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The Muppets

The mythical “Muppets” are back for a new episode irresistible, unifying songs and often hilarious gags. The pace is perhaps not perfect, but the soul of the late creator Jim Henson plane on this production for the whole family friendly. For a long time Miss Piggy, Kermit, Fozzie and their many companions had no news, […]

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Arthur Christmas

Animation of second category speaking almost exclusively to children, “Arthur Christmas” falls at a bad time, while the significantly more funny and charming “Happy Feat Two” and “The Muppets” are present on other screens. Why settle for a generic production when competition is of good quality? At Christmas, everyone is entitled to his gift. When […]

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