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  • Like Mike Movie Review

    The release date for Like Mike the movie was released on July 3rd, 2002. Like Mike made a humungous profit, when it came down to their budget and the number of ticket sales they made. Their budget was $30,000,000 and the number of ticket sales or box office, was $51,432,760 rounding out to about an eleven million dollar profit. The production company that produced the film "Like Mike," was 20th Century Fox, which is known for some of the best movies. The main actors in "Like Mike," were Bow Wow, Jonathan Lipnichi, Morris Chestnut, Brenda Song, Crispin Glover, and Jesse Plemons. "Like Mike" won three major awards, starting off with an Espy award for Best Sports Movie, the other two awards were the Black Heel award, and the Best Film Soundtrack. The director of the movie was Marc S. Fischer he is known for three popular movies, "Theres Something About Marry" "Me, Myself, and Irenine," and "Vaction." The main producer of the film is John Schultz he is known for "Drive me Crazy," "Aliens in the Attic," and "HoneyMooners." There is no history that follows with this film, no book, no historical event, no series, or movement. Like Mike was converted into a sequel "Like Mike 2 Streetball." The release date for this movie was in June 2006. The budget was way lower than the original movie at only $5,000,000. There were…

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  • Cinematographic Elements In The Matrix: Movie Review: The Matrix

    "The Matrix" is one of the most commonly known blockbuster films released in the year 1999. Viewers commonly identify it by its fascinating video effects as well as the unreal (yet real in the movie) acts performed in its scenes. The idea which I aim to explore in this essay dwells on the usage of cinematographic elements, the theme of fate and the stylistic use of literary elements within the film as well as in the scene where Neo meets Morpheus. The movie is well known for the advanced…

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  • Movie Review Essay

    MOVIE REVIEW. By Josh Bloom Grade 11B Movie title. The internship. (1) Year of release. June 5, 2013. (1) Director’s name. Shawn Levy. (1) Main characters. Billy McMahon: Vince Vaughn Nick Campbell: Owen Wilson Stuart: Dylan O’Brien Neha: Tiya Sircar YO-YO Santos: Tobit Raphael Lyle: Josh Brener Dana: Rose Byrne. Mr Chetty: Aasif Mandvi. Graham Hawtrey: Max Minhhella. Headphones: Josh Gad. Summary of the movie. Plot. The movie starts off with Billy McMahon (Vince Vaughn) and Nick…

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  • The Outsiders Movie Review

    The movie The Outsiders has departed from the book by changing my perspective of the plot, characters, main idea, and feelings for the ending. The first major departure from the book was when the first scene appeared showing Ponyboy writing, "When I stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie theatre..." A person who had not ever read the book before may be confused by this scene. But if you had read the book, you would know exactly what was happening now. The scene…

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  • Arrival Movie Review

    chosen to watch Arrival, a 2016 American science fiction drama directed by Denis Villeneuve. Primarily, when I walked into the theater, I noticed that there were not so many people in it. Probably, that was due to the late film session I chose to visit or because it was a weekday, so the majority of people have to wake up early for work or study next morning, or both. I cannot say that I have distinguished particular individuals among others, however, I noticed a group of young noisy students…

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  • Ironclad Movie Review

    Part One: Information The movie I watched was Ironclad, a 2011 movie about the 1200 battle at Rochester castle England. The author Jonathan English did a great job arranging the while movie. He also produced the movie with Rick Benattor, and Andrew J, Curtis. The top 3 actors in Ironclad were: Paul Giamatti, Jason Flemyng, and Brian Cox. I watched this movie while falling asleep in our movie room. The movie also was in color, based off of fictional events. Part Two: The Plot The movie was very…

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  • Idiocracy Movie Review

    Stupidity is rampant and the only tangible goal in life is to have as many children as possible. The smartest person in the country is what we now see as painfully average. The people in this movie eat nothing but junk food, including many fast food chains such as Carl’s Jr. which makes an appearance in the country’s flag itself. In the movie, a Carl’s Jr. vending machine is shown when a mother is trying to buy food to feed her kid, but when the food she ordered doesn’t come out, she complains…

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  • Casablanca Movie Review

    the corner, the thoughts of all couples, young and old turn to romance. With hearts and love floating through the air, people begin to plan that perfect gift or just what to do with the one they love, even if its just a quiet evening at home watching a romantic movie. To help with the decision, here's a top 10 list of some of the most romantic movies ever made. 1. Gone With The Wind Starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable, this 10 time Academy award winner continues to be hailed as one of the…

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  • Oskar: Movie Review

    walks. He overdramatizes the danger of relatively safe activities, like swinging, taking the elevator, or public transport. At the start of the film, Oskar struggles to comprehend and respond to other people’s emotions. Throughout the movie, as he searches for the lock matching the key, Oskar receives an enormous amount of exposure to human interaction and appears to develop some social and emotional reciprocation. By no means, do his quirks go away, but his emotional understanding skills…

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  • Parenthood Movie Review

    Parenthood was a very rewarding movie to watch. This movie shows lots of different viewpoints of a family. Every family goes through their own set of problems and conflicts and this movie definitely shows that. I grew up in a family of people that truly loved each other. My family definitely had problems though. My sister and I fought constantly when we were younger. My parents would get very angry with us because we would ruin family dinners and family gatherings because of our constant…

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