Tagged: genre: musical

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Rio (2011)

Rio’s stunning imagery, beautiful music and quirky characters will make you glad you’re still a kid on the inside.

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Gloria – Ep38-Final

The last 13 episodes of Korean drama Gloria focus all their forces in taking older half-brother Ji Suk down. As a new alliance from a forgotten relative is formed, she will do anything in her power to hunt the fox down.

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Gloria – Ep26-Ep37

From this point on, Gloria turns from self-aware soap opera into a melodrama, as the relationships between Jin Jin, Kang Suk, Yoon Seo and Dong Ah get more problematic with the cliché evil bad guy Ji Suk.

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Brindavanam

As in many Tollywood films, this one spends a lot of time making you laugh and a lot of time watching people fight. But what makes Brindavanam unique is the dialogue.

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Irene (1940)

Largely forgotten musical romance from RKO Radio Pictures, starring Academy Award winner Ray Milland and Anna Neagle. The film features a stunning technicolor sequence.

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Dream High OST

The OST album from the drama Dream High proves to be as good as the drama itself. Consisting of 12 tracks, there is a mix in the album that is light and cheerful.

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Burlesque (2010)

In Burlesque, Christina Aguilera plays small town girl Ali, heading to Los Angeles to become a singer. She ends up waiting tables at a place called Burlesque, where lightly clad dancers lip-sync to sexy numbers, and big boss Tess (Cher) struggles behind the scenes to keep her club afloat.

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Beginner’s Guide to Early Best Picture Winners

Even some of your most discerning film fanatics will tell you there’s a handful of Best Picture winners they’ve never seen, perhaps never even heard of. I am happy to say I have seen every Best Picture winner from the very first winning film — Wings — to the most recent winner — The Hurt Locker. I now present to you ten early Best Picture winners that are criminally under-seen.