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Lord of the Rings Film Cells

Saturday, March 17th, 2007


A true 35mm collectible, featuring film from all three Lord of the Rings movies. Just click on the links below to purchase your Lord of the Rings film cells:

Harry Potter Seven Facts

Friday, February 2nd, 2007


It’s official! J.K. Rowling has anounced the release date for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Read on:

On February 1, 2007, J.K. Rowling’s American publisher, Scholastic, announced that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be released at 12:01 a.m. on July 21, 2007. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be published by Scholastic in hardcover (ISBN: 0-545-01022-5), under the Arthur A. Levine imprint. The book will be illustrated by Mary GrandPré, the illustrator of previous six Harry Potter books. The deluxe edition (ISBN: 0-545-02937-6) and reinforced library edition (ISBN: 0-545-02936-8) will also be released at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, 2007. On February 1, 2007, J.K. Rowling confirmed this on her Web site and also announced the same publication date in the UK and “in other English speaking countries around the world

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Rocky Balboa Film Cells

Friday, December 22nd, 2006



Rocky Balboa limited edition film cells are now available at All Movie Replicas. Click on the links below to order your now.

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Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Burt Young, Milo Ventimiglia, Geraldine Hughes, Antonio Tarver; Directed by: Sylvester Stallone

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Review: Cocaine Cowboys

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

Griselda Blanco, a.k.a. The Godmother, a suspect in hundreds of drug-related murders in Miami during the ’80s.

Cocaine Cowboys is this year’s other Miami Vice. However, the Cocaine Cowboys is a serious documentary, which takes an unromanticized look at the cocaine trade in Miami during the 1970(s) and 80(s). This is a must see film. Read on:

This year has seen not one but two movies about Miami vice. The first was Michael Mann’s big-screen version of the 1980s TV series. The second is the documentary Cocaine Cowboys, a dizzying look back at the cocaine trade of the 1970s and ’80s and how it affected the city of Miami, Florida.

Directed by Billy Corben (Raw Deal: A Question Of Consent), Cocaine Cowboys explores Miami’s cocaine trade from the inside, including recent interviews with the criminals, cops and citizens who were there when the one-time retirement community metamorphosized into the glamorous yet blood-soaked epicenter of the Medellin cartel’s stateside operations.

The turning point for the city, the film suggests, was the Dadeland Mall shootings of July 11, 1979, when Colombian males involved in the coke business were gunned down at a liquor store in broad daylight. The level of violence displayed in the machine gun slayings was unheard of in Miami before that day but from then on it became commonplace. Miami, in effect, became a war zone for years after that.

A number of factors came into play that led to Miami becoming the murder capital of the U.S. during the 1980s due to the cocaine trade. Cocaine Cowboys focuses on two white Americans who made a fortune in the coke business, and illuminates how the trade literally made Miami the city it is today. The primary subjects are coke traffickers Jon Roberts and Mickey Munday. Jon, a brash New Yorker with Mafia ties, came south to avoid the “heat” from police only to find that he could make a fortune beyond his wildest dreams in the then “wide open” sleepy city of Miami. Jon was the business manager; transportation was handled by his foil, native Floridian Mickey (no Disney jokes, please).

These guys brought in obscene amounts of cocaine into the U.S. through Miami during the ’70s and ’80s. But they were just part of a larger narco-trafficking network originating in Colombia, which used Cubans as its distributors. Panama, then under the control of strongman dictator Manuel Noriega, served as the cartels’ bank. The Miami police department was besieged by corruption and lawyers got in on the act, too.

Cocaine Cowboys recounts the fast, glamorous life enjoyed by the likes of Roberts, a man so filthy rich he buried millions of dollars in cash in his backyard. But as in any gangland rise-and-fall story, the good times come to an end. After the Dadeland Mall slayings – the Lexington & Concord moment of the “cocaine wars” – the Miami’s murder rate tripled during the ’80s to over 600 homicides a year. This drug-driven bloodshed prompted Time to brand Miami a “Paradise Lost.” And the person suspected behind hundreds of these murders – including Dadeland – was an unlikely figure.

The drug trade in Miami, we learn, was not lorded over by a man but rather a woman: Griselda Blanco, a.k.a. The Godmother/The Queen of Cocaine/The Black Widow. And, as recounted by her former henchman, convicted killer Jorge “Rivi” Ayala, she was a terrifying master who ruled through fear and unspeakable violence. She would think nothing of having anyone – literally, anyone or anything near a target, including their wives, children and pets – butchered along with whomever had wronged her. The film’s most gruesome and shocking moments recall the numerous murders and attempted hits that Rivi and the various law enforcement personnel interviewed here connect Blanco with. Rivi speaks with chillingly calm candor about how he went from car thief to hitman, and his role in dozens of drug-related slayings. But Blanco remains the true monster of the piece.

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The ‘Shrek’ damsels let their hair down

Friday, October 27th, 2006


Found this feature on USA Today, where they posted a sneak peak of Shrek 3 and all of the princesses, who will be appearing in the film (voiced by Amy Sedaris, Cameron Diaz, and SNL stars Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph and Cheri Oteri). Read on:

This time, princesses are doin’ it for themselves.

Cinderella got slap-happy with Snow White while fighting over Fiona’s bridal bouquet in 2001’s original Shrek.

But in Shrek the Third, due May 18, the pair work with fellow fairy-tale divas Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty to stop an attempted coup of Far Far Away.

Not that it’s easy to persuade the pampered royals to take action against Prince Charming (voiced by Rupert Everett), still bitter after losing Fiona (Cameron Diaz) to a smelly ogre.

“They are used to being rescued, not defending the kingdom themselves,” says Chris Miller, director of the second sequel in the computer-animated franchise that has grossed nearly $1.5 billion worldwide. “Fiona has to convince them to shed that role and save their own happily ever after.”

That’s because Shrek (Mike Myers), who discovers he is ill-suited to rule the land himself, has gone off with sidekicks Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas) and Donkey (Eddie Murphy) to recruit the person who is next in line to the throne: high-schooler Artie (Justin Timberlake), who is destined to become King Arthur one day.

Some of TV’s funniest ladies, including Saturday Night Live cast members past and present, speak for the princesses.

“Amy Poehler is Snow White, the alpha dog of the group,” Miller says. “She’s a real pit bull.” Maya Rudolph lends what the director calls “her quiet coolness” to Rapunzel. Cheri Oteri is Sleeping Beauty, “a narcoleptic princess.” And Amy Sedaris (Strangers With Candy) steps into the shoes of Cinderella, an obsessive-compulsive cleaner who can throw a mean high-heeled pump if need be.

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Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix Pics

Thursday, October 5th, 2006


For those fans who can’t wait for the latest Harry Potter movie to arrive in theatres, July 13, 2006, we’ve got some pics straight from the set to help you get in the mood.

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Robert Downey Jr. Tapped to Star In Iron Man

Saturday, September 30th, 2006


Yahoo! News is reporting that Robert Downey Jr. will be “suiting to star in Iron Man“, Marvels next movie based on the super-hero character. Read on:

Robert Downy Jr. is suiting up to star in “Iron Man,” a superhero movie based on the Marvel Comics character.

Jon Favreau is directing the Paramount Pictures release. Filming is slated to begin in February in Los Angeles.

Downey will portray Tony Stark, a billionaire industrialist and genius inventor who is kidnapped and forced to build a devastating weapon. Using his intelligence and ingenuity, Stark instead builds a high-tech suit of armor and escapes captivity. Upon his return to the U.S., he uncovers a plot with global implications and must don his armor and protect the world.

The comic debuted in the 1960s, and Iron Man’s origin involved Stark being a prisoner of the Viet Cong. The movie version will be set in today’s geopolitical climate.

Budgeted at more than $100 million, it marks the first feature film to be produced independently by Marvel Entertainment, which previously licensed its characters, such as “Spider-Man” and “X-Men,” to other studios.

Marvel president of production Kevin Feige said the filmmakers looked for the best actor to embody the character.

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