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As the countdown commences to the epic finale of the Harry Potter film series, with just two weeks until the opening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, a clip from the film has been released as a Harry Potter's sneak preview.
For those of you that haven't heard, Avatar, due for release in December, sees Cameron return to the science fiction genre where he made his name with films such as Aliens and Terminator. It's been much hyped and the buzz continued with the head of Fox himself rolled out to introduce Cameron and his exclusive con footage. The introduction did little to dampen expectations with a comparison to the great David Lean and the phenomenal Laurence of Arabia and after 25 minutes of breathtaking footage I can safely say that for once you can believe the hype.
First airing in November 2001, 24 quickly established itself as one of the
best television series around and solidified itself as a cult classic icon.
Utilizing a novel premise, each season of 24 comprises a single day in lives of
its characters, with each of the 24 episodes representing a one-hour time
segment of that day. Kiefer Sutherland stars in the imminent role of Jack Bauer,
a government agent periodically faced with enormous challenges within a single
day. Each seaso...read the 24 review 24 DVD Review
Nominated for 25 Saturn Awards and one Emmy for Outstanding Makeup for a
Series, Angel has established a strong cult following during its five-year run
on the WB network. A spin-off of the enormously popular series Buffy The Vampire
Slayer, Angel has followed in the footsteps of its predecessor and boasts many
of the same heroes and villains. Created by Joss Whedon, the show is one of a
number of successful original series aired by WB including Buffy, Smallville,
Dawson's Creek, and Gilmore Girls among others… read the Angel review Angel
- Season One
Aladdin Dvd review (Disney Special Platinum Edition) (2004)
Anxious to follow up on the massive commercial and critical success of Beauty And The Beast, Disney created another animated masterpiece with Aladdin. Although not nearly as successful in terms of critical acclaim as the aforementioned film, or later Disney creations such as The Lion King and Finding Nemo, Aladdin is nevertheless just as entertaining and probably the funniest of all the animated Disney features. With the voice of Robin Williams leading the way, the film is a non-stop foray into the timeless fantasy world of A Thousand And One Arabian Nights spliced together with the rapier-like wit and quick-fire humor of one of America’s most talented comic performers…read the Aladdin review Aladdin Dvd review
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