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  1. This was my first Mega movie review! It took me several weeks to get all the information and courage to finally sit down and do this review! I hope you enjoy this part one...it focuses on my thoughts of the movie. Part two will focus on the history and making of the film! "Duel in the Sun" is truly one of the best Westerns of all time. You must see it!
  2. This was my first Mega movie review! It took me several weeks to get all the information and courage to finally sit down and do this review! I hope you enjoy this part one...it focuses on my thoughts of the movie. Part two will focus on the history and making of the film! "Duel in the Sun" is truly one of the best Westerns of all time. You must see it!
  3. Just wanted to clarify I didn't say anything against the "artistry" of set movies...my point was simply that I (my personal preference that I'm sure a lot of people feel too) enjoy adventure movies that are filmed more on location or at least feel like they are on location...Westerns are a completely different thing. However, a movie like "The Searchers" or "The Big Country" are incredible and have many amazing shots on location! That's why I consider those better than the average Western movie. I saw "The Revenant" last night and that was basically as good as it gets when it comes to film
  4. Personally, for an adventure movie, I want it to feel like I'm on an adventure and not on a set. Especially if it is a movie that is at sea..."Plymouth Adventure" at least had some good scenes of real ships sailing on the ocean...also, I don't think "Plymouth Adventure" is a great adventure movie either. The most memorable for me, at least, are ones like "Mutiny on the Bounty," "Captain Blood," or "King Solomon's Mines." Basically, a movie that takes place on location in a lot of scenes. I love plenty of movies with that "play" or "set" feeling, but when it comes to an adventure flick, I don't
  5. This was a fun movie about Jean Lafitte, the privateer, who helped the Americans beat the British during the War of 1812. Sadly, it is a bit forgettable, but the great actors in this movie saved it from being a total bust!
  6. One of my favorites if not my favorite Boyer film!
  7. Thank you TopBilled! That's really nice of you to mention me! I wish I could have done a lot more Christmas reviews but to be honest, I reach my limit at about 6 ahaha it's kind of like how at Halloween, I just got a little burned out on the horror flicks. My next review that I will be posting tomorrow will be on "Christmas in Connecticut."
  8. Up next on my Halloween Special is "Carnival of Souls." I truly wasn't expecting it to be so scary! This is a must see for the month of Halloween! Watch until the very end...something bizarre happens! I'm going to continue to put spooky reviews up every night! Please subscribe to my channel on Youtube or give the videos a like! It helps me out a lot! Plus, you'll be notified every time my reviews come out.
  9. I saw this movie about a year ago, and I fell in love instantly. I highly recommend you watch this movie if you like war/romance films! The best gypsy movie ever in my opinion. Subscribe to me on YouTube and enjoy the video review! For the rest of October, I will only be doing horror/suspense movie reviews to really get in the Halloween spirit! Look for my upcoming reviews in the horror genre forum!
  10. A great WWII movie that the great Fritz Lang directed! Important to note that this came out just some months before the US entered WWII, so it was definitely trying to get Americans in the fighting mood and enter the war against Germany. Please remember to subsribe to my channel or like the video on YouTube if you're enjoying these reviews so far!
  11. This is one of my favorite war genres! I was really excited to see this movie because it has Gregory Peck (one of my favorite actors)! However, I was disappointed I guess I had too high hopes. Let me know if you have seen any more Napoleonic war films that take place at sea that I did not mention in my review. I would love to see it! My next review is going to be a Paul Muni film, who is also one of my favorite actors of all time. Be sure to subscribe to me on YouTube or comment on my videos if you are enjoying these reviews!
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