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The American Film Institute defines “sports movies” as a genre of films with protagonists who play athletics or other games of competition. The best sports movies take the simple stakes of sports – win or lose – and uses them to remind us of the power and will of the human spirit.

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Review: Wall•E


June 30th, 2008 | Reviews | Comments »

Wall•E

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The ninth film from Pixar Studios, now a part of Disney, and the second by Andrew Stanton, the writer/director of Finding Nemo, one wonders if Wall•E will continue Pixar‘s string of critically acclaimed box office hits especially considering that a large portion of the movie contains no dialogue, Read the rest of this entry »

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The American Film Institute’s Top 10 Top 10 honors the greatest American films in each of the genres chosen by AFI. There’s no genre more American than the Western. The AFI defines “western” as a genre of films set in the American West that embodies the spirit, the struggle and the demise of the new frontier. Read the rest of this entry »

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Romantic comedy is a genre where they really don’t make them like they used to. For whatever reason, Hollywood can’t seem to make a smart romantic comedy anymore. As a result, it’s only natural that the movies chosen on AFI’s Top 10 Top 10 list for romantic comedies skew older. AFI’s definition of “romantic comedy” is as a genre in which the development of a romance leads to comic situations.

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The first classic category that AFI (American Film Institute) covers with its AFI’s Top 10 Top 10 list is Animation. Before anyone cries out about the exclusion of anime films, remember that this list only covers American made films. Here, the AFI list skews older and is dominated by Disney (and Pixar) films.

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