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  • The Hobbit: Unexpected Journey

    Turnıng to a never-endıng story because of the uncertainity about the director whether to be Guillermo Del Toro or or the director of The Lord of the Rings trilogy Peter Jackson and delays due to legal actions, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is out at last! In 1997, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien’s “The Lord of

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  • Revolution

    Watching a TV series is a great time investment compared to enjoying a movie. That is why, I feel quite picky before taking the risk of being a follower of several seasons. After watching NBC’s new TV drama Revolution’s trailer and reading about its plot a bit, I decided to take the risk. I watch

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  • Khuda Kay Liye – In the Name of God

    The Pakistani Urdu Language Drama Film “Khuda Kay Liye (In the Name of God)”, literal translation “For God’s Sake”, is the story of misinterpretation of Islam and its backlash on the lives of people. The basic theme of this emotional 170 minutes long film revolves around the line that how much symbols of Islam are

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  • ONCE UPON A TIME IN ANATOLIA

    Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s last movie Bir Zamanlar Anadolu’da (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia) is a story of a murder and the officers’ efforts to find the place where the victim was buried. The story was based on the 12 hours of the event happened in Keskin, a small town of Kirikkale, in

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  • Shadows and Faces: The little sparks of the upcoming war

    This is a movie which can prove that a war scene between two brigades would probably not be more influential than seeing the beginning of war between two next-door neighbours. Shadows and Faces (2010) Original Title: Gölgeler ve Suretler Director: Dervis Zaim Starring: Osman Alkas, Popi Avraam, Mustafa Bolukbasi, Hazar Erguclu, Settar Tanriogen, Konstantionos Gavriel,

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  • What is so Good About The Sopranos?

    This review looks at what is quality television and what makes The Sopranos so successful. ―Quality Television‖ term has started to be used by critics and scholars after 1990s to describe a genre which contains the style, content and its subject. They use this term to qualify the television show to higher than others. But

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  • Spirited Away: A Glance at Hayao Miyazaki

    Spirited Away (the original title: Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi) is Hayao Miyazaki’s animation which was made in Japan in 2001. The movie made a huge success all over the world and became the most watched movie ever in Japan. The success brought several awards such as the Golden Bear in the 52nd Berlin Film

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  • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    Turning to a never-ending story because of the uncertainity about the director whether to be Guillermo Del Toro or or the director of The Lord of the Rings trilogy Peter Jackson and delays due to legal actions, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is out at last! BY ESRA COLAK | APRIL 30, 2013 In 1997,

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  • REVOLUTION: A Power Cut and the End of State Power

    Watching a TVseries is a great time investment compared to enjoying a movie. That is why, I feel quite picky before taking the risk of being a follower of several seasons. After watching NBC’s new TV drama Revolution’s trailer and reading about its plot a bit, I decided to take the risk. I watch it weekly

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  • Movie Review: Khuda Kay Liye – In the Name of God

    The Pakistani Urdu Language Drama Film “Khuda Kay Liye (In the Name of God)”, literal translation “For God’s Sake”, is the story of misinterpretation of Islam and its backlash on the lives of people. The basic theme of this emotional 170 minutes long film revolves around the line that how much symbols of Islam are

    Read more
  • Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

    Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s last movie Bir Zamanlar Anadolu’da (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia) is a story of a murder and the officers’ efforts to find the place where the victim was buried. The story was based on the 12 hours of the event happened in Keskin, a small town of Kirikkale, in Central Anatolia

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  • Shadows and Faces: The Little Sparks of the Upcoming War

    This is a movie which can prove that a war scene between two brigades would probably not be more influential than seeing the beginning of war between two next-door neighbours.   BY ALAADDIN F. PAKSOY | DECEMBER 11, 2011 News reports about the Cyprus issue make me yawning. The vicious circle of the dispute does

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