Joined: Oct 10, 2015
Matthew Jackson is a freelance pop culture journalist/nerd-for-hire who's been writing full-time since 2008. Since 2011 he's served as a writer and contributing editor at Blastr.com, and in 2015 he joined the Entertainment division of Playboy.com as a regular contributor.
In 1964, 'Goldfinger' established many of the elements that would become regular James Bond movie hallmarks, and made 007 a global superstar.
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Plenty of great movies have been derailed by lackluster endings, or endings that simply chicken out on the bold promises the rest of the film made to its audience. Thankfully for all of us, these are the ones that got it right.
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In 1975, Francis Ford Coppola's 'The Conversation' lost the Oscar for Best Picture to Francis Ford Coppola's 'The Godfather: Part II.'
The car chase is a time-honored, frequently practiced piece of the language of action cinema, and the rise in digital wizardry in filmmaking has only helped to bolster its place on the big screen. Still, not all car chases are created equal; here are some
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