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Category "Cinema"

Cinema Screen UK: The facts

Cinema Screen UK: The facts

Cinema Screen is a company that has been trading for 30 years and is based in Bedfordshire. According to the site, the company's focus is "on the cinema and theatre industry for independent and multiple operations, as well as universities, colleges and schools." It prides itself on "personal and professional quality service." Some of its customers have a 20 year history. Here are some of the facts regarding Cinema Screen.
A review of NOVA's Miracle of Life (2001)

A review of NOVA's Miracle of Life (2001)

NOVA is a series of science documentaries which have won many awards including the Emmy and the Peabody. The artist behind the ‘Miracle of Life’ documentary films is photographer Lennart Nilsson. The human reproduction video was broadcast by PBS movies. This Nova video series is not to be confused with Zivot Je Cudo, a Serbian action drama film.
A review of Chicago (2003 DVD)

A review of Chicago (2003 DVD)

Chicago was released in 2002 to massive critical acclaim. In 2003, the Chicago DVD was released. It included songs that had been removed from the film and took audiences behind the scenes of the film's design as well as the song and dance routines. This is a review of the film as well as the DVD.
A list of academy award-winning movies

A list of academy award-winning movies

This article looks at some of the past winners of the Academy awards, or the Oscars. From its humble beginnings in 1929, the awards ceremony has become big business for the studios.
A movie review of They Live (1998)

A movie review of They Live (1998)

When you have a film career as successful as John Carpenter, it is easy to forget the little gems he has created amongst the all-time greats like Halloween, Assault on Precinct 13 and The Thing. 1988s They Live is one such gem, and this article takes a look back at the film.
All about Cheech and Chong's Nice Dreams (1981)

All about Cheech and Chong's Nice Dreams (1981)

Cheech and Chong’s Nice Dreams (1981) is the third eponymous movie starring Richard Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong. Cheech and Chong’s fame lies in the nostalgia for the Marijuana imbibing era of the 1970s. They are still popular today because of an elder population which grew up with their musical and cinematic exploits, and are also loved by the young.
A review of Reservoir Dogs (1992)

A review of Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Reservoir Dogs is the movie that made Quentin Tarantino so popular in Hollywood. Following its release in 1992, Tarantino rose from being an almost unknown screenwriter and part-time actor to a first-class film maker. Reservoir Dogs is in equal measure raw, violent, dark, humorous, witty and shocking.
The top five Tim Allen movies

The top five Tim Allen movies

Tim Allen is a comedy actor. One of his first appearances was in his TV show, Tim Allen Home Improvement. However, he has managed to translate himself as a comedy actor to the big screen, with voice acting and numerous films. This article will discuss the top five of his films.
A review of Red Heat (1988)

A review of Red Heat (1988)

A review of the 80's action film Red Heat, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Belushi as two mismatched cops from opposite sides of the world. The Red heat movie, though typical of Hollywood in the 80's, is a film that stands the test of time and is one of the better examples of films from this period.
A review of 'The SpongeBob SquarePants' Movie (2004)

A review of 'The SpongeBob SquarePants' Movie (2004)

The 'SpongeBob SquarePants' Movie is a feature-length animated film adaptation of the popular Nickelodeon TV series 'SpongeBob SquarePants.' Read the article to find out all about the 2004 movie that was directed and co-written by Stephen Hillenburg and was distributed by Paramount Pictures.
Movie review: 'Finding Nemo'

Movie review: 'Finding Nemo'

'Finding Nemo' is a computer animation film created by Pixar Animation Studios. It was released in 2003 and is a favourite of children and adults alike. The 'Finding Nemo' movie is the Odyssey of a father-fish named Marlin who is looking for his captive son Nemo. The Marlin-Nemo relationship explores the psyche of overprotective parents. The article is a review of the movie 'Finding Nemo'.
A movie review of 'Someone Like You' (2001)

A movie review of 'Someone Like You' (2001)

This article is a movie review of 'Someone Like You' (2001). It is a romantic comedy released by 20th Century Fox. Based on the novel 'Animal Husbandry' by Laura Zigman, it tells the story of a woman searching for the reasons why she was dumped by her boyfriend. Starring Ashley Judd in the lead role and supported by Greg Kinnear, Hugh Jackman and Marisa Tomei, the film was directed by Tony Goldwyn.
A guide to Disney movie secrets

A guide to Disney movie secrets

Walt Disney movies have inspired rumours and legends. Some Disney movies contain subliminal messages. These are messages that we do not notice, as they are stored in our subconscious. These messages are slipped in by Disney animators for their amusement. A famous example is the appearance of the word, "sex" in at least one scene in "The Lion King".
All about: Roots, the movie

All about: Roots, the movie

'Roots' was a television mini-series from the late 1970s focusing on the struggles and travails of an African named Kunta Kinte, forcibly transported from his West African home to the Americas. A historical epic set in the mid-18th Century, the original novel on which the series is based was written by Alex Haley, and is an apparent retelling of the story of, in Kinte, his direct ancestor. This article will give you a deep insight into the movie.