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  20 Feb 2016 
10 Offbeat Romantic Comedies for Valentine's Day
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10 Offbeat Romantic Comedies for Valentine's Day

We’ve gathered together what we think are 10 of the most original films to challenge the conventions of the genre. Some have happy endings, some end in tears or confusion — yet all work an unfamiliar, offbeat magic on the romantic comedy template. There’s no Hallmark rubbish to be found here…

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  12 Jan 2016 
Best indie films of 2015
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Best indie films of 2015

In between all the Jurassic worlds, impossible missions, hunger games, and other fast, furious blockbusters, 2015 saw the release of hundreds of smaller films that fluttered in and out of just a few theaters and attracted a mere fraction of the audience. Some of them were hot garbage, to be sure, but some of them were more than worth the price of admission. With that in mind, we here on staff at Isohunt have compiled a list of our favorite films from the past year that most folks either never had a chance to see or never even knew existed.

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  04 Sep 2015 
8 Rockin’ Music Biopics
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8 Rockin’ Music Biopics

Director Clint Eastwood returns to theaters with Jersey Boys, an adaptation of the Tony-winning musical inspired by the story of 1960s singing sensations the Four Seasons. Boys puts the band in pretty good company: some of the most popular (as well as a few of the more obscure) musicians of all time have received the biopic treatment, and the results include some of the bigger critical and commercial successes in Hollywood’s history. In honor of Jersey Boys, we decided to take a look back at some of the most distinguished entries in the genre, and came up with a list that pays tribute to punk, classical, and everything in between.

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  28 Aug 2015 
12 Great Buddy Cop Pairings in Movies
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12 Great Buddy Cop Pairings in Movies

It’s been used and abused so many times that by all rights, it should have been exhausted of fresh possibilities long ago — but the buddy cop comedy is alive and well, In honor of the genre’s latest freshly chambered round, we decided to take a look back at some of the more successful quippin’ ‘n’ shootin’ duos from precincts past.

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  28 Aug 2015 
9 Found Footage Films
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9 Found Footage Films

It took a surprisingly long time for it to happen, but with Earth to Echo, found footage comes home to roost in the family film genre — and in honor of this adorably Amblinesque blend of 1980s all-ages fun and 21st-century technique, we decided to take a look at some of the more well-reviewed examples of a filmmaking style that’s definitely taken its share of critical lumps over the years. Naturally, there’s plenty of horror in here, but just like a group of kids heading off into the woods to debunk an urban legend, you might find a few surprises too.

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  18 May 2015 
Best Post-Apocalyptic movies
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Best Post-Apocalyptic movies

We hope you enjoy awesome Mad Max in theaters these days. To celebrate we decided to make best Post-Apocalyptic movies chart. Not all of them are great movies, some of them are terrible, but the Post-Apocalyptic setting ties them together. And a good setting can make even a bad movie pretty interesting. Or at least cool looking. Enjoy!

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  30 Jan 2015 
Best Bruce Lee Movies
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Best Bruce Lee Movies

Anxious to find the top ten Bruce Lee movies? Bruce Lee is credited with the rise of martial arts movie popularity in the United States. Prior to his death in 1973 Bruce Lee had gained international success as a martial arts expert and actor. These ten Bruce Lee movies offer fans both new and old a glimpse of this great actor.

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  30 Jan 2015 
10 great haunted house films
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10 great haunted house films

“Do you have an imagination?” asks Michael Redgrave’s selfish uncle in the opening scene of The Innocents (1961), Jack Clayton’s definitive screen adaptation of Henry James’s 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw. It’s asked of new governess Miss Giddens (Deborah Kerr), a study in sexual repression who will come to believe that her two young wards (Martin Stephens and Pamela Franklin) have been corrupted by the ghosts of their previous governess, Miss Jessel, and her abusive lover Quint (Peter Wyngarde). The question seems throwaway at first but becomes more pertinent as the film proceeds. We come to question how much of what we’re seeing is really the fault of the supernatural forces that Giddens believes are stalking this country estate and how much stems from her own damaged psyche. It’s returned to many times throughout the film as other characters (including the children) question events that Giddens is certain about. She herself is forced to admit that “sometimes one can’t help imagining things.” As Giddens psychologically unravels, it becomes less clear what the greatest threat to the children in The Innocents really is – the supposed ghosts of Quint and Jessel (who, tellingly, no-one but Giddens ever sees) or Giddens’ paranoia over what she believes they may have done to them. The children are clearly odd but are they really the destructive, corrupting force that Giddens comes to believe they are or just the product of a far from satisfactory upbringing? The answers are as elusive – and potentially as unsettling – as the ghosts that haunt Giddens’ imagination. With The Innocents being rereleased nationwide as part of the BFI’s Gothic season, here are 10 more definitive examples of the haunted house movie to send a shiver down your spines.

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  29 Jan 2015 
Top Movies Filmed in Japan
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Top Movies Filmed in Japan

Tokyo is looked upon in awe by the rest of the world as the archetypal modern metropolis. Sprawling and chaotic, the city seethes with a boundless energy that its streets struggle to contain. To outsiders, it often appears alienating, perplexing and impenetrable. Its unique combination of exotic ‘otherness’ and technological progressiveness, and the overwhelming assault of neon lighting and tinny, otherworldly electronic street sounds make it appear, at times, completely divorced from nature. As well as serving as an inspiring model of progress and mechanical efficiency, the city has provided fuel for numerous dystopian projections in international cinema, including the five-minute sequence of its concrete and chrome cityscape shot through the front windshield of a moving vehicle in Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972) and its deployment as a template for the bleak Los Angeles of the future in Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982). More recently, it’s been recreated as both hedonistic theme park and nightmarish dreamscape in works including Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003), The Grudge (2004), The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) and Enter the Void (2009). Formerly known as Edo, Tokyo’s population exploded during the 16th century to make it the largest urban centre in the word. Despite its role as the cultural and political centre of Japan, it only officially achieved capital-city status with the beginning of the Meiji era in 1868. The city has seen some remarkable changes since then. Twice during the past century it found itself flattened: first by the 1923 Kanto earthquake, and next in the Allied firebombing raids of 1945. Both times it was reconstructed to the near exact same street plans that have existed since the Edo era. Following the construction of Tokyo Tower in 1958, its majestic international profile has been defined by its gleaming skyscrapers and futuristic redevelopments, linked by the arterial spread of one of the world’s most efficient public transport systems. 10 to try Each of the recommendations included here is available to view in the UK. Abbas Kiarostami’s Like Someone in Love, a portrait of a relationship between a retired professor and a young woman paying her way through university by moonlighting as a high-class prostitute, is but one recent attempt to piece together the perplexing puzzle the city presents. There are no end of places to begin in any overview of films that have attempted to interpret, represent and explore the changing face of this most dynamic of world capitals. Let’s journey through 10 of the most emblematic…

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  29 Jan 2015 
Top 8 Movies About Fortitude
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Top 8 Movies About Fortitude

The movies about fortitude tell us about people caught in the hardest situations when it seems like there is no solution already. There is a good excuse to put your hands down, surrender and start crying bitterly about the bad fortune. And what’s even worse - to give up completely just to … die as there is no opportunity even to move an arm or a head. This can happen as well but it’s not an excuse to feel and live miserable if the spirit is stronger than body. This list of movies dedicated to such strong people will inspire virtually anybody!

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