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From The Archives: 100 Years of Paramount Pictures

In honor of celebrating 100 years of films (65 good ones, am I right?) Paramount has commissioned this pretty awesome poster to commemorate the milestone and you know what? I think it’s pretty neat. Click here for a larger view. And for those of you interested in knowing how wrong you are at guessing, here is the complete list of movies. Row 1: 1980 – Airplane 1986 – Top Gun 1960 – Psycho 1991 – The Addams Family 2007 – There Will Be Blood 1997 – Titanic 2007 – Transformers 2009 – Up in the Air Row 2: 1972 – The Godfather 1981 – Friday the 13th 2002 – Jackass: The Movie 1992 – Wayne’s World 2009 – Paranormal Activity 1986 – Crocodile Dundee 1990 – The Hunt for Red October 1999 – Election Row 3: 1970 – Catch-22 1975 – Nashville 1979 – Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1968 – Rosemary’s Baby 1981 – Raiders of the Lost Ark 1984 – Beverly Hills Cop 1934 – Cleopatra 1977 – Saturday Night Fever Row 4: …

Fake Movies in Movies Supercut

Sometimes you are watching a movie and within that movie there is a scene from another movie but that movie isn’t a real movie, it’s just been made for the movie you are watching. Make sense? Cool. Here’s Screen Junkies Supercut of fake movies in movies. Enjoy Movies in supercut: South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut, Scary Movie, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back, Boogie Nights, The Big Lebowski, For Your Consideration, Matinee, Singin’ in the Rain, Inglourious Basterds, Home Alone, The Last Action Hero, Grindhouse, UHF, Tropic Thunder, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, The Simpsons Movie, Funny People, Scrooged

Underrated Christmas Movies

It’s that time of year again, Kwanzaa time! And how do we celebrate this great season? By talking about Christmas movies of course! In this post I am going to throw a few underrated Christmas movies at you that don’t get the praise/constant re-runs during the holiday season that they deserve. So without further delay, on Dasher, Dancer and Vixen! (they are the only reindeer that appreciate these movie picks) Mickey’s Christmas Carol This is one of my all time favourite Christmas movies. Like Home Alone this is a movie I need to watch every Christmas season…and I do…and I like it… The story is a re-imagining of the classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Released in 1983, the movie still holds up today and if I am not mistaken is the introduction of Scrooge McDuck who would later go on to star in another classic from childhood, Duck Tales. This used to be a staple on the Wonderful World of Disney during December but it’s been years since I have seen it on …