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Movie Review: Legally Blonde

Legally Blonde sends out a powerful message, which is to always have faith in yourself.

Movie Review: Jaws

Jaws is still one of my most favourite films of all-time.

Movie Review: Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows

Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows is a brilliant documentary and a must-see for all followers of the world of professional wrestling.

Movie Review: Austin Powers In Goldmember

Austin Powers In Goldmember is a very funny movie, and it's a satisfactory end to the Austin Powers trilogy.

Movie Review: Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me

If you are only planning to watch one of the Austin Powers movies, you should make it The Spy Who Shagged Me.

Movie Review: Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery

Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery is a comedy treat from which you will take a great helping of entertainment.

Movie Review: Airplane!

If you haven't seen Airplane! in the past, make plans to watch it because it is an all-time great comedy movie, maybe the best ever.

Movie Review: Mike Bassett: England Manager

If you are a die-hard football fan or just someone looking for a funny British film, an ideal movie is Mike Bassett: England Manager.

Movie Review: The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult

The Naked Gun 33 1/3 allows the Frank Dreben character to go out on a high, or at least a high by the standards of his character.

Movie Review: Selma

The strong performances of the cast and the significance of what the story achieved in reality make Selma a compelling viewing experience.

Movie Review: The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell Of Fear

The Naked Gun 2 1/2 s is another exceptional chapter in the trilogy which will more than satisfy fans of the original.

Movie Review: The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad!

The career performance of Leslie Neilsen takes what would have been a really funny film in The Naked Gun and makes it a truly perfect comedy.

Movie Review: The Dark Knight Rises

Overall, The Dark Knight Rises is a truly fitting conclusion to the greatest comic book trilogy of all-time.

Movie Review: The Blind Side

Image Source: Wikipedia Distributors: Warner Bros. Pictures Production Companies: Alcon Entertainment and Fortis Films Director: John Lee Hancock Producers: Broderick Johnson, Andrew Kosove and Gil Netter Scriptwriter: John Lee...

Movie Review: South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut

You really should see South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut, as it stands out as one of the all-time great animation experiences.