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Influential Movies in Hollywood Film History: 1990 to 2010

Who can forget such films that influenced eras and generations of film enthusiasts? Even the young filmgoers today would probably know “Star Wars,” “King Kong” and “Jurassic Park.”

Blu-ray Review: ‘Empire of the Sun’ 25th Anniversary Edition

This epic war drama is a compelling adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s best-selling, semi-autobiographical novel.

‘District 9’ Film Review: Thinking man’s sci-fi

“District 9” is a hybrid of a film: a Hollywood material that looks like a successful anti-Hollywood venture and a brilliant social commentary.

‘Star Trek’ (2009) Film Review: Warpspeed wow!

Director J.J. Abrams and his crew build this “Star Trek” franchise into a truly glorious new enterprise.

‘Angels and Demons’ Film Review: From suspense novel to audio-visual flair

With the kind of plotting and the pretty good utilization of the medium for the novel, translating the material into a two-hour audio-visual flair is really a tough path to take. On a more positive route, the film’s strong points as a commercial cinematic offer is that it combines religious, scientific, political, art, historical, and academic issues in one package; thus, making it an entertaining blend capturing many kinds of moviegoers.

‘Beowulf’ (2007) Film Review: Motion-capture statement

For its time, “Beowulf” takes tremendous artistic license to blend CGI and motion-capture technology, then renders it in IMAX 3D to bring a level of hyperreality for the audience to enjoy.

‘Shrek the Third’ Film Review: The slapstick third

The Shrek franchise comes up with its third installment quite inferior to the first two. Shrek the Third tries to do its best to bring out some laugh-inducing slapstick from the can. At least, it has the very humor that Shrek fans have come to expect.

‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ Film Review: Dark, adolescent Potter film

Darker, a little more mature, and a little less magical, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” primarily deals with rejection and hormones as Harry and his friends struggle through transition from childhood to young adulthood.

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