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March 30, 2017 8:33 am

Movies To Watch When You’re Sad About Being Single

Movies To Watch When You're Sad About Being Single

Love Actually Just the best ending to any work party ever, no big deal. Might as well get it out of the way first. There are so many cute moments. Colin Firth and the Portuguese woman learning each others’ language, Hugh Grant dancing alone to the Pointer Sisters, Laura Linney finally getting to make out […]

5 Most Popular Filming Locations that You Must Visit

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If you are a fond of watching movies, be it action, drama, or other genre, there is no better thrill that visiting the actual filming location of your favorite films. Other than the excitement, thrill, and realism these locations add, they really can make or break a movie. Location scouting and on-site filming has always […]

Marvel vs. DC: Box Office Results

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Everyone loves a good movie, especially around the holidays when the weather can be cold and the workplace can be tense. Movies have always provided viewers with a way to temporarily slip into another world and experience adventures greater than they ever could have imagined. Two movie organizations have dominated the box office for more […]

35 Movies to Watch with Your Parents

Looking for movies to watch with your parents? We know the feeling. The family gathers in the TV room. Staring at the blank screen, someone asks, “what should we watch?” But it’s not a question of action or comedy, but which movies to watch with your parents. Of course, you desperately want to avoid sex […]

Forgotten Animated Movies That Aren’t Disney!

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A collection of animated movies on DVD may line the shelves of TV rooms, but what about those forgotten VHS gems? When you had to “be kind and rewind” your Blockbuster rentals rather than stream movies instantly on Netflix. When family movie nights were the highlight of your week. When you never complained about poor […]

Divergent: A Decent Plot and Good Acting Help Save This Film From a Mediocre Ending

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As this is my first movie review here at Film Forecaster, I want to start things off with one premise that will carry through all of my reviews: I am pretty picky when it comes to labeling something as a “really good” movie. I have quite a few categories that need to be satisfied in […]

5 Best Movie Soundtracks Of All Time

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The world is full of amazing films and there are so many things that you need in order to make a good movie. One of the most important components of a good film is definitely the music. There are so many great movie soundtracks out there and it is hard to pick the all time […]

RoboCop’s stance on Drunk Driving via PSA

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We stumbled upon a great write up from SuperHero Hype – RoboCop has found himself as a mascot to prevent drunk driving.   The United States Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have debuted a new anti-drunk driving PSA starring none other than RoboCop! Featuring some new footage from the upcoming […]

Five Indie Films and Filmmakers of the week: #7!

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Film Forecaster is a huge supporter and advocate for independent films and filmmakers. Thus, we decided that they needed more love and we are here to feature the indies in the film industry! We ALL start somewhere.   Are you a filmmaker, actor/actress, writer, producer, director, critic, or even distributor of independent films? Get in touch with […]

Taylor-Johnson cast as Quicksilver in Avengers: Age of Ultron!

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The actor rumored for the role since July, The Wrap is reporting that Kick-Ass and Savages star Aaron Taylor-Johnson is officially set to play Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff in Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.   Taylor-Johnson’s portrayal of the speedy mutant will be the second take on the character to hit the big screen. Evan Peters is set to play the same […]

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