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20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years

The first half century of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation from its beginnings under Hungarian immigrant William Fox to it emergence as a major studio.

The first half century of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation from its beginnings under Hungarian immigrant William Fox to it emergence as a major studio. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mike P (ca) wrote: sounds pretty cool--i guess i'll just have 2 wait and c 4 myself

Justin J (kr) wrote: C+Lots of gore in this low budget horror film. Its not entirely bad but just not good. A good movie to watch once.

Shantel J (jp) wrote: It was a pretty good movie. Way better then I thought it was going to be. It was also pretty funny.

Vadim D (de) wrote: This movie is a lot of fun. The cinematography is great and the soundtrack is a lot of fun. What happened to Kate Bosworth? She showed great potential with her charm and could have been the next Reese Witherspoon based on this flick. It's formulaic, but the change of scenery to Hawaii and the surfing lifestyle are enough to give the film some freshness.

Bob W (ru) wrote: This is when i liked Eddie Murphy. C-I-L-L my landlord. Meech out an nutch numbuddies tan, make dis world a better pace, if du tan.

Jessica H (nl) wrote: ANother blown out of porportion,predicatable film.

Garrison K (mx) wrote: I LOVED this movie when I saw it at the Seattle International Film Festival and have been trying to find a way to rent it ever since. The imagery, story and subtle humor has stuck with me for almost 20 years. I need to find a way to rent it!

John M (ca) wrote: ONJ, Gene Kelly, fun music from ELO, and my favorite scene transition effects this side of Star Wars......it's about time for Xana2!

Deedee W (jp) wrote: Wow I'm the 1st who review this movie in Flixster.What a fun interesting issue to watch. The guy who played Nixon is really good. The ending is very exciting and it made me understand all the history of Nixon more. Good film indeed.

Ennis Brokeback L (nl) wrote: Not the best of its kind but if you enjoy classic horror you should check it out.

Lenny R (mx) wrote: Mind-blowing kung-fu action against a compelling true-life backdrop. Donnie Yen is the absolute fricken shiz.

Timothy S (ru) wrote: For me, as a kid, the Irwin Allen disaster pictures of the 1970's were about as good as movies could get, but my favorite was always "The Poseidon Adventure." Now, decades later come the remake, and it's pretty much disappointing in every way possible. Entitled simply "Poseidon," this ridiculously overproduced film budgeted at an astounding $160 million throws in some amazing special effects that simply were not possible in 1972.Where it goes wrong, however, is at the script level which gives us pale imitations of the original cast without giving us a single person that we care about. They may seem silly now, but those Allen classics took the time (in some cases, a ridiculous amount of time) to introduce the players and give us their story. This film is all about those admittedly spectacular effects, and it rushes headstrong into the disaster at sea.You miss the relationships that made the earlier film so unforgettable, and the bond between the survivors that made their deaths so heartbreaking. Like so many other big budgeted Hollywood productions, the remake gets the technical aspects right but fails to give us a story or characters worth following. These people are mere stereotypes rather than real people, but the acting is all serviceable enough. The only actor who lets you down is the usually reliable Richard Dreyfuss in an odd and strangely undignified supporting role.As a movie, "Poseidon" looks great (for all that money, it better) but there's no heart here, no reason to keep watching. It's just empty.

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