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007 – the Daniel Craig years 3: Skyfall

Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond movie by Eon Productions, released on the 50th anniversary of Dr. No. It remains the most profitable movie in the franchise, earning $1.109 billion, being the first and only movie in the franchise to crack … Continue reading

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007 – the Pierce Brosnan years 4: Die Another Day

One would hope that when a movie franchise reaches both its 40th anniversary and its 20th film at the same time, they’d want to do their best to create the greatest entry in the franchise’s history. Yet Die Another Day, … Continue reading

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007 – the Roger Moore Years 4: Moonraker

The general opinion of Roger Moore’s fourth outing as James Bond is quite mixed. Either you hate it, or you find it very entertaining despite its … oddities. There doesn’t seem to be too many people in-between those vastly different … Continue reading

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DreamWorks animated movies 10 – Shark Tale

I actually watched this movie three days before I started writing this blog post. Why didn’t I start writing this post earlier? Mostly because I was busy, but even if I wasn’t, I wasn’t entirely sure where to start. I’m … Continue reading

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DreamWorks animated movies 9 – Shrek 2

If one was to say that DreamWorks peaked early, they could easily point to Shrek 2 as evidence. By no means am I saying that there haven’t been any good DreamWorks movies since – I’ve seen several of them. But … Continue reading

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DreamWorks animated movies 8 – Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas

At some point last year, I reviewed Disney’s Aladdin. Aladdin originated in The Arabian Nights, a collection of Arabian myths from many centuries worth of storytellers, with roots going everywhere from Arabia, Greece, India, Turkey and Jewish legends. Another such … Continue reading

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DreamWorks animated movies 7 – Stallion: Spirit of the Cimarron

Once again, DreamWorks’s animation studio shows its willingness to experiment with different kinds of movies. It’s probably the main thing that separates them from Disney, which usually sticks to its formula at least a little bit. Disney’s formula has served … Continue reading

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