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New Infographic Fact-Checks Movies Based on True Stories
New Infographic Fact-Checks Movies Based on True Stories
One of the biggest questions a director or a screenwriter asks him or herself before starting work on any kind of “true story” movie is: how much of the truth do I keep, how much do I toss, and how much do I tweak a little bit? Real life, as you may know, isn’t like the movies, and sometimes stuff just… happens. While it may be full of good stories, life isn’t subject to neat plot arcs, which can be pretty irritating when you’re trying to fit it into a two-hour movie. Which is why, sometimes, moviemakers like to fudge things a little bit. Have you ever been to the movies and asked yourself, I wonder if it actually happened this way? Now, with a handy new infographic, we can know for sure.
The Most Pirated Films of 2014 Are...
The Most Pirated Films of 2014 Are...
Even with the abundance of legal streaming options and VOD availability, people are still pirating a ton of movies (and TV shows) every year. Although some torrent sites have been taken down, eager and impatient movie-watchers are still finding places to illegally download movies. Which movies were pirated the most this year? Like last year’s list of the most pirated films, the movies topping the list for 2014 include theatrical releases from the previous year, like ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and ‘Frozen.’
Four Hour 'Wolf of Wall Street' Cut to Be Included on DVD
Four Hour 'Wolf of Wall Street' Cut to Be Included on DVD
There was a lot of talk before Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' hit theaters about the length of the film: the release had been delayed so Scorsese could get the runtime down to an acceptable three hours from what was said to be a four-hour version of the film, and although Scorsese never releases "director's cuts" of his films, we're hearing you will be able to see his four-h
2014 Oscar Nominations: The Snubs and Shockers!
2014 Oscar Nominations: The Snubs and Shockers!
The 2014 Oscar nominations were announced Thursday morning by Chris Hemsworth and Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Cheryl Boone Isaacs, and it surely had its share of shockers. Though the golden children -- David O. Russell's 'American Hustle,' Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' and Steve McQueen's '12 Years a Slave' -- all earned big-time nominations, a surprising number of expected frontrunners got the shaft. Take a look as we dive deep into the snubs and surprises of the 2014 Oscar nominations.

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