Posts Tagged ‘cinema’

April 8th is Mary Pickford’s 125th Birthday! A Namoradinha da América – Fundadora da Academia e da United Artists

08/04/2017

Em Homenagem à eterna Namoradinha da América, hoje, não postaremos mais nada, para que a Rainha dos Filmes ficar, o dia todo, no alto do site do Homem Culto.

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Birthday Remembrance, Mary Pickford
April 8, 1892 – May 29, 1979

Known during the height of her career as “America’s Sweetheart” and the “girl with the curls“, Pickford was a co-founder of United Artists film studio and one of the original 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She was awarded the second ever Academy Award for Best Actress for her first ‘talkie’ film role in Coquette (1929).

Her film career spanned over four decades with over 250 film credits. Mary was the older sister of actors Lottie Pickford (1893-1936) and Jack Pickford (1896-1933).

In her personal life, Pickford was married three times to actors Owen Moore (1911-1920), Douglas Fairbanks Sr. (1920-1936) and Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers (1937-1979).

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She adopted two children with Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers; a son Ronald Charles Rogers ( b.1937) and a daughter Roxanne Rogers (1944- 2007).

Pickford died at the age of 87 in Santa Monica, California of a cerebral hemorrhage and is interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, California.

http://www.biography.com/people/mary-pickford-9440298

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0681933/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm 

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  • 125º aniversário de Mary Pickford

  • Lights, camera, action! Today’s doodle honors the “Queen of the Movies,” Mary Pickford. An actress, a film director, and a producer, Mary Pickford proved that actors weren’t relegated to careers in front of the camera. She co-founded the film studio United Artists and was one of the original 36 founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

    Before she became one of the most powerful women who has ever worked in Hollywood, she was “the girl with the curls,” and one of the most beloved stars of the silent film era. She appeared in as many as 50 films per year, and eventually negotiated wages that were equal to half of each of her films’ profits. She went on to demand full creative and financial control of her films, a feat still unheard of to this day.

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    She used her stardom to bring awareness to causes close to her heart. She sold Liberty Bonds during World War I, created the Motion Picture Relief Fund, and revolutionized the film industry by giving independent film producers a way to distribute their films outside the studio system. She won an Academy Award for Best Actress, for her role in Coquette (1929), and an honorary Academy Award for lifetime achievement in 1976.

    Today, we pay tribute to Mary Pickford’s enterprising leadership on what would be her 125th birthday.

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O que é Cinema – Saiba mais sobre o Cinema

15/11/2014

O Cinema faz parte da indústria do entretenimento, como o circo, o carnaval (que também é industrializado) a Televisão, o videogame, o teatro (o mais antigo), shows e os cassinos.
A Indústria do Cinema é extremamente profissionalizada.
A Indústria Cinematográfica funciona como qualquer outra grande indústria: Com o seu Setor de Folha de Pagamento, de Finanças, Relação com investidores, Departamento de Pessoal, de Pesquisa de Mercado, de Publicidade e Marketing, com empréstimos em bancos, com ações em bolsa de valores, e, com a sua banca de advogados, problemas com direitos autorais e com o imposto de renda.
Todas as empresas de cinema, como as de qualquer outro setor da economia americana têm problemas com o Departamento do Comércio dos EUA. Como exemplo, qualquer compra de uma empresa por outra passa pela aprovação do departamento do comércio para ver se não fere as leis anti-cartéis.
Assim, como um exemplo, a indústria cinematográfica não pode possuir salas de exibição de filmes, pois isto seria formar monopólio.
Todas as seis grandes empresas cinematográficas dos EUA, (Major Studios), hoje existentes em Hollywood, e em seus arredores, pertencem a grandes conglomerados de empresas, e, juntas com a Lionsgate, arrecadam 90 por cento da bilheteria das salas de cinema nos EUA.
arrecadam, juntas com a Lionsgate, 90 por cento da bilheteria das salas de cinema nos EUA.
Como toda grande indústria, a indústria cinematográfica tem suas falsificações chinesas e indianas (as maiores – e, a falsificação indiana é chamada de Bollywood).
Há ainda, mundo afora, malucos amadores que fazem filmes de fundo de quintal até hoje.
Quem não entende que o Cinema funciona como uma indústria como qualquer outra é analfabeto de pai e de mãe em relação a Cinema.
As seis grandes, Major Studios, empresas de cinema atualmente estão situadas:
Em Hollywood, Los Angeles, Califórnia – a Paramount.

Nos arredores de Hollywood, estão 5 majors studios:– A Disney/Buena Vista, Warner, Universal/Dreenworks, Fox, e, a Sony.

Cada uma das grandes empresas da indústria de cinema procura ocupar todos os espaços do setor de entretenimento por imagem:
A tendência é todas terem tem sua rede de TV, (hoje, totalmente digital, nos EUA), sua TV a cabo, TV parabólica, sua divisão de videogame, de Home Video, de produtos derivados dos filmes como camisetas etc., seu resort, e, seu parque de diversões temático.
Com isto, seus filmes são distribuídos das mais diferentes formas, e, não só nas salas de cinema, além de melhorar o relacionamento com o cliente.
Como os demais setores da economia, hoje, a relação com o cliente conta muito: visitas aos estúdios e aos parques dos estúdios são estimuladas.

Roupa de Super Homem e merchandising em geral ajudam no relacionamento com os clientes.

O cinema também é indústria como qualquer outra também em relação aos sindicatos: hoje não se pode mais trabalhar sobre contrato, e, os atores trabalham como free- lancers, o que tornou poderosos os agentes de talento que vendem pacotes às empresas produtoras de filmes.
Quem entende e gosta de cinema sabe que o começo da indústria não foi fácil, sendo por isto, ligado à história do cinema, aos seus heróis, e, aos seus pioneiros.
Tem-se sempre uma dívida de gratidão com aqueles malucos que cruzaram a América de trem, numa viajem de 5.000 km, para vir parar em um loteamento novo, e ali, na pobreza no meio dos porcos, e filmando na rua, por não ter luz elétrica, corriam pelas ruas de Hollywood, onde os ainda poucos moradores assustados começaram por causa das correrias a os chamarem de “THE MOVIES”.
Não havia a menor chance de dar certo, em 1911, naquele fim de mundo, na esquina da SUNSET BOULEVARD com GOWER STREET, (onde hoje fica o Sunset-Gower Studios e o Techinicollor), convencer atores e atrizes da Brodway, em Nova Iorque, a virem de trem para aquele fim de mundo, e, embarcar latas de filmes para viajarem 5.000 km para serem exibidos em Nova York. Não havia a menor chance de dar certo.
Este ano de 2014 foi o Jubileu de Diamante, 75 anos, do melhor ano da História de Hollywood, 1939, que rendeu 15 clássicos.
Este pequeno vídeo de 1 minuto e meio mostra aquele pessoal maravilhoso de 1939, na entrega do Oscar daquele que foi o melhor ano da História de Hollywood.
Muita gente, assistindo 75 anos depois, acha que é montagem, que não é possível que estivessem todos reunidos em um mesmo jantar.
Mas não é montagem, aconteceu mesmo naquela noite memorável:

Destes todos que aparecem no vídeo, ainda vive, em 2014, Olivia de Havilland, com 97 anos, em Paris, e, até hoje, tem gente querendo colocar o nome da filha de Melanie em homenagem à Olivia de Havilland.
Para saber mais sobre cinema os maiores sites são:

www.imdb.com 

www.filmsite.org   
Existem vários que dão a lista dos 1000 piores e 1000 melhores filmes.
O The Los Angeles Times:

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/

Há muito tempo, o LATIMES não tem mais Heda Hopper, mas ainda faz grandes reportagens sobre Hollywood.

Ainda existe o secular Variety, www.variety.com, que tem sua versão online com todo seu arquivo online, mas seu arquivo é de acesso pago.

Acaba o último Cinema Paradiso da capital do Mato Grosso do Sul

04/12/2012

Como “anunciado”, Cine Campo Grande fecha as portas

http://www.campograndenews.com.br/lado-b/diversao/como-anunciado-cine-campo-grande-fecha-as-portas

Ângela Kempfer – Campograndenews

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Cinema já não tem sessões. (Foto Rodrigo Pazinato)

Há menos de dois meses o Lado B anunciou e o que era inevitável aconteceu.

O Cine Campo Grande, única alternativa fora dos shoppings da cidade, fechou as portas.

Na fachada, não há mais cartazes ou qualquer referencia sobre filmes em uma das duas salas que funcionavam ali, apenas a bilheteria. Também não há nenhum informativo ao público.

As sessões foram encerradas de supetão, sem aviso. Quem chega para ver a programação se depara com um prédio vazio.

No site do Grupo Araújo, proprietário do Cine Campo Grande, a capital de Mato Grosso do Sul ainda aparece como ponto de exibição, mas ao clicar na cidade para maiores informações, o nome do cinema já não existe.

A mesma empresa administra duas salas em Dourados, que continuam na ativa. As informações são de que o prédio será vendido aqui na Capital.

Em outubro, o Lado B  publicou reportagem sobre a decadência do espaço, há 4 anos sem qualquer investimento.

No cinema da rua 15 de Novembro, não havia exibições em 3D, por exemplo, só um dos problemas diante da concorrência. Criado no final da década de 80, o Cine Campo Grande era a opção mais barata da cidade.

Sempre sentiremos sua falta Ernest Borgnine até a Eternidade

08/07/2012

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Ernest Borgnine: 1917-2012

Borgnine, the rugged, stocky actor with a brassy voice and the face of the local butcher, died today in Los Angeles at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of renal failure. He was 95.

Borgnine was known for playing characters both brutal and gentle. On the brutal side was the cruel Sgt. “Fatso” Judson in From Here to Eternity, Coley Trimble, the right-hand goon in Bad Day at Black Rock, Dutch Engstrom, in the enduring classic The Wild Bunch and Shack, the train bull after Lee Marvin in Emperor of the North.

On the gentle side he was known as the love-lorn Marty in the 1955 film of the same name (for which he earned an Oscar for Best Actor), Lt. Commander Quinton McHale from “McHale’s Navy,” Rogo, the cop with the prostitute-wife in The Poseidon Adventure and, to a whole new generation, as the voice of the starfish-donning, geriatric Mermaid Man on “SpongeBob SquarePants.

A first generation American Ernest Borgnine was born Ermes Effron Borgnino on January 24, 1917, in Hamden, Connecticut. His father was Camillo (later Charles) Borgnino of Ottiglio, in northern Italy and his mother was Anna Bosselli, from Carpi, Italy.

Borgnine showed no real interest in acting until well after a ten-year stint in the Navy. He was 32 when his mother suggested that he become an actor, observing “you like to make a fool of yourself in front of other people” so Ernie enrolled in the Randall School of Drama in Hartford and then moved to Abingdon, Virginia for Robert Porterfield’s famous Barter Theatre.

Times were lean for Borgnine. He had married for the first time and moved from the Barter to New York, quickly getting noticed for his role as a male nurse in a Broadway production of “Harvey” but he soon moved back to the Barter school again.

He then returned to New York but the nascent medium of television, not the stage, sustained him for a while. Borgnine prided himself on not being picky. His original TV work included a stint in the action serial “Captain Video and His Video Rangers.” He was noticed by Delbert Mann, himself a budding director, who encouraged Borgnine and gave him small roles.

Borgnine’s true break came when he moved to Los Angeles and landed the role of Sergeant “Fatso” Judson in Eternity, a smash hit that, in addition to launching Borgnine’s helped reinvigorate numerous careers including Frank Sinatra‘s and Deborah Kerr‘s.

He played the bad guy again, though one of the goons this time, in Johnny Guitar. Borgnine then parlayed his new-found notoriety with the lead in a screenplay written by Paddy Chayefsky, that of Marty, in the film of the same name, slated to be directed by his mentor, Delbert Mann.

The story was about an underdog named Marty, a self-avowed ugly man, who has to evolve beyond his dedication to his overbearing mother and his bonds with his best friend, when he falls in love with Clara, a woman who is also unpopular and unattractive, played by Betsy Blair.

Marty was a surprise hit, was nominated for eight Oscars (including Best Picture and Best Director for Mann) and won four, including Borgnine’s unexpected win over a very crowded field which included his co-star in Bad Day at Black Rock,Spencer Tracy, and a posthumous nod to James Dean (who had died the previous September in a car crash) for his role in East of Eden.

The Oscar helped keep the actor in the game and the next seven years included a mix of TV and film work including A Catered Affair, Jubal, The Vikings and various “Playhouse” appearances on the small screen.

1962 brought “McHale’s Navy,” with Borgnine assaying the role of Lt. Commander Quinton McHale, the put-upon chief of PT boat 73. The cast included Joe Flynn and Tim Conway (Conway would, 35 years later, team up again with Borgnine as the voice of Mermaid Man’s sidekick, Barnacle Boy, on “SpongeBob SquarePants“). “McHale’s” had a healthy following for four years.

Borgnine had a mid-life Renaissance in the late ’60s and early ’70s. He played a small but pivotal role in The Dirty Dozen, was Boris Vaslov in Ice Station Zebra and was Dutch Engstrom, the taciturn but decisive bandit throwing in with Sam Peckinpah‘s Wild Bunch. He also joined the capsized cast of The Poseidon Adventure, played Shack, the train bull in The Emperor of the North Pole and was the simple-minded but helpful Cabbie in Escape from New York.

Borgnine was married five times. His second marriage was to the fiery actress Katy Jurado. It began in 1959 but was over four years later. Reports differ on when he met his third wife, Ethel Merman. She claimed it was in November of 1963, the same month that he was finalizing his divorce to Jurado. He insisted it wasn’t until the next spring. Regardless they were married on June 24th, the following year. It lasted less than a month.  In her autobiography entitled “Merman,” the actress intimated that Borgnine was abusive stating, “I just feel lucky to have been able to ‘walk’ away from the marriage.” She devoted an entire chapter, the twenty-eighth, to their union. Entitled “My Marriage to Ernest Borgnine” it consisted of one blank page.

His last marriage, to Tova Traesnaes, a cosmetic and skin-care product entrepreneur, lasted over 35 years and until his death. Borgnine had four children: Gina Kemins-Borgnine, the child from his first marriage to Rhoda Kemins, and three from his fourth wife, Donna Rancourt, named Diana Rancourt-Borgnine (born December 29th 1970), Sharon (born 1965) and Cristofer (born 1969). Oddly, in his autobiography, “Ernie” Bornine only acknowledged the first three children, dropping Diana out entirely.- Keith Simanton

Grande Doris Day, 87 anos

30/10/2011

Doris Day Wins Lifetime Achievement Award from L.A. Film Critics

By Steve Pond

Doris Day has been named recipient of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association’s 2011 Career Achievement Award, the critics group announced on Saturday.

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“Decades on from the main body of her work, Doris Day is still arguably the template to which Hollywood turns when trying to quantify and capture ‘girl-next-door’ appeal,” said LAFCA president Brent Simon in a release announcing the honor.

“Equally at home in snappish romantic comedies and more dramatic fare, Day was the biggest female star of the 1960s, giving a series of delightfully perceptive performances.”

Day’s has often been a subject of speculation when the Academy meets to choose its honorary Oscar winners, though she has a long-running and well-known reluctance to attend ceremonies.

The association also announced that it will vote for the winners of its 2011 awards on Sunday, Dec. 11. While the New York Film Critics Circle, which usually chooses its winners the day after the Los Angeles critics, decided to move its voting into November, LAFCA opted not to change its voting date.

Also read: NY Film Critics Jump to the Front of the Awards Line

From the LAFCA press release:

“Still one of the top box office performers of all time, Doris Day starred onscreen alongside some of the biggest male stars of her day, including Clark Gable, James Stewart, Cary Grant, Jack Lemmon, David Niven and of course Rock Hudson. Her screen credits include ‘Calamity Jane,’ ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much,’ ‘The Tunnel of Love,’ ‘Pillow Talk,’ ‘Lover Come Back’ and ‘That Touch of Mink.’ Her career as a singer was just as impressive; indeed, Day received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement award in 2008. She released more than two dozen albums, experiencing Billboard chart success and in 1957 winning an Academy Award for Best Original Song for ‘Que Sera Sera,’ which would become her signature tune. A passionate animal rights activist for several decades, Day just this year released an album of jazz standards and cover tunes produced by her late son, Terry Melcher, her first new material in more than four decades.

“Founded in 1975, The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) is comprised of Los Angeles-based, professional film critics working in the Los Angeles print and electronic media.  Each December, LAFCA members vote on the year’s Achievement Awards, honoring screen excellence on both sides of the camera. Plaques of recognition are then presented to winners during LAFCA’s annual awards ceremony, held in mid-January.

“Aside from honoring each year’s outstanding cinematic achievements, LAFCA has also makes a point to look back and pay tribute to distinguished industry veterans with its annual Career Achievement Award, which is announced in October, as well as to look forward by spotlighting fresh, promising talent with its annual New Generation Award.  In addition, over the past three decades, LAFCA has sponsored and hosted numerous film panels and events and donated funds to various Los Angeles film organizations, especially where film preservation was concerned.

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Doris Day was born in Cincinnati to German Catholic parents. She had two brothers, Richard, who died before she was born and Paul, a few years older. Her father and mother divorced when she was about ten. At fourteen, she formed a dance act with a boy, Jerry Doherty, and they won $500 in a local talent contest… See full bio »

Mickey Roney, 91 anos hoje. Parabéns.

23/09/2011

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001682/

100 anos de Lucille Ball (1911–1989)

06/08/2011

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000840/

luto, morre a grande lenda, o grande astro de gunsmoke, que ficou 20 anos no ar.

03/06/2011

http://ofuxico.terra.com.br/noticias-sobre-famosos/ator-james-arness-morre-aos-88-anos/2011/06/03-109993.html

filmes para héteros censurados pelos politicamente corretos.

31/05/2011

Conan, o hétero.

O hétero de Virgínia.

E o Hétero levou.

Lula, o filho do Hétero.

A primeira noite de um hétero.

Tudo sobre o Hétero.

E Deus criou o Hétero.

Os melhores héteros de nossas vidas.

Esses héteros maravilhosos e suas incríveis máquinas voadoras.

O Vale dos Héteros.

Nossa vida de hétero.

Um hétero não se compra.

O Planeta dos Héteros.

O Hétero Invisível.

O grande roubo do Hétero.

O assalto ao Hétero Pagador.

Hétero nota 1000.

A Operação Hétero.

O Hétero do Rio Kwai.

Agora seremos héteros.

A última loucura do Hétero.

A última vez que vi o Hétero.

TV Hétero.

O Hétero Show.

Tarzan contra o Hétero.

Sociedade dos héteros mortos.

ETero, o extra terrestre.

O Hétero de Oz.

No tempo dos héteros.

O Hétero da Ópera.

O hétero que veio para jantar.

O Hétero do Adeus.

Héteros do Caribe.

A volta dos mortos-héteros.

A noiva do Hétero.

O Hétero de Casaca.

Héteros e furiosos.

O poderoso Hétero.

O Hétero mortífero.

Mister Hétero vai a Washington.

Todos os héteros do presidente.

Hétero, Texas.

Sexta-Feira de hétero.

Os héteros também amam.

Velozes e héteros.

O Hétero Objeto.

Dormindo com o Hétero.

Hétero sublime Hétero.

A Bela do Hétero.

Hétero como ti amo.

Ao Hétero com carinho.

Um hétero em Bariloche.

7 héteros e um destino.

A Casa dos 7 héteros.

7 noivas para 7 héteros.

Branca de Neve e os 7 héteros.

A montanha dos 7 héteros.

O Hétero mora ao lado.

Hétero X Hétero.

Laços de hétero.

Gente como o Hétero.

9 1/2 semanas de Hétero.

TOP Hétero.

O nascimento de um hétero.

Tarde demais para um hétero.

Hétero ou Morte.

Hétero 8 1/2

4 héteros e um funeral.

Os caçadores do Hétero perdido.

A marca do Hétero.

O Sindicato de Héteros.

Um bonde chamado Hétero.

O último hétero virgem.

De repente o último hétero.

Alladin e o heterogênio da lâmpada.

Sangue de hétero.

O primeiro hétero do resto de nossas vidas.

Uma pistola para o Hétero.

Hétero Street.

Suplício de um hétero.

O Hétero Leão.

A Dama dos héteros.

Um hétero em minha vida.

Meu tio Hétero.

As mil faces do Doutor Hétero.

Héteros de bicicleta.

San Francisco, cidade do Hétero.

Roma, cidade hétera.

Rede de héteros.

Rastros de hétero.

Cidadão Hétero.

O hétero do futuro.

Um hétero em Nova Iorque.

O Hétero Mecânico.

BatHétero.

SuperHétero.

O hétero que não vendeu sua alma.

Hétero, o filme.

Se meu hétero falasse.

Hétero, o estranho.

Grease, nos tempos do Hétero.

O hétero que sabia demais.

Hétero é sempre Hétero.

Aperte os cintos, o Hétero sumiu.

Seu hétero era a lei.

Os embalos do Hétero a noite.

O Hétero da Brigada Ligeira.

O galante Mister Hétero.

SpiderHétero.

Um peixe chamado Hétero.

My Fair Hétero.

Nasce um hétero.

Butterflied-Hétero.

O hétero da máscara de ferro.

Hétero Kong.

O destino do Hétero.

Hétero, uma rajada de balas.

O hétero de Sierra Madre.

O hétero que matou Sandance Valley.

O último hétero em Paris.

Hétero é seu nome.

Disque hétero para matar.

Avhétero.

GunsHétero.

Rocky, o hétero.

O terceiro hétero.

Um hétero no ninho.

O hétero que me amava.

O hétero que veio do frio.

Havai 5 – Hétero.

Charlie´s héteros.

12 héteros e uma sentença.

A um passo do Hétero.

Presença de Hétero.

Marcado para o Hétero.

GladiHétero.

Loucademia do Hétero.

Esqueceram do Hétero.

Telma & Hétero.

Chamam-me Hétero.

O Hétero não manda recado.

Hétero, o retorno.

Hétero, o resgate.

O hétero contra ataca.

O bem dotado Hétero de Itu.

Jason X Hétero.

O que aconteceu a Baby Hétero?

Fim de semana do Hétero.

As férias do Hétero.

O Hétero mudou a sua vida.

Peggie Sue, seu hétero a espera.

De volta para o Hétero.

OO7 contra o Hétero.

O satânico doutor Hétero.

O hétero que me amava.

Uma cabana e dois héteros.

A cabana do Pai Hétero.

Hétero X Freddy.

Assassinato no HéteroExpress.

Appollo Hétero.

Hétero no Fubá.

O filho do Hétero.

Papai Hétero.

A família Hétero.

A volta do Hétero.

100 10 cem cinema história década todos os tempos filmes ruins mal gosto sites links de filmes cinema piores filmes ruins cenas sequencias de filmes erros nos filmes de todos os tempos por gêneros e por tipo de porcaria

01/01/2010

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Films_considered_the_worst_ever

http://www.imdb.com/bottom_100_films

”IMDb Bottom 100”]
http://www.everyonesacritic.net/movie_rank.asp?list=bottom

The Bottom 200” at everyonesacritic.net]
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/

Rotten Tomatoes”]
http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050811/COMMENTARY/50808002

”Ebert’s Most Hated”]
http://www.razzies.com/

”Golden Raspberry Awards”]
http://www.metacritic.com/film/lowscores.shtml

”Metacritic: Worst-Reviewed Movies”]
http://www.mrqe.com/movies/special/50_worst_movies

”Movie Review Query Engine’s 50 Worst”]
http://digitaldreamdoor.nutsie.com/pages/movie-pages/movie_worst.html

”100 Worst Movies” at digitaldreamdoor.com]
http://www.cinemademerde.com/

‘Cinema de Merde: Reviews and essays on bad and cheesy movies”]
http://chicago.metromix.com/tv/photogallery/worst-tv-shows-turned/430680/content

”Worst. TV shows turned movies. Ever.”]
http://movies.aol.com/movie-photo/worst-movie-sequels

”Moviefone’s 25 Worst Movie Sequels”]
http://www.seattlecat.com/joyofmovies/2002/10worst.html

”JoyOfMovies.com: The 10 Worst Films of All Time”]
http://wiw.org/~jess/archives/2007/05/04/worst-superhero-movies/

”The Ten Worst Superhero Movies of All Time : Apropos of Something”]
http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/news/the-ten-worst-best-picture-winners-of-all-time.php

”The Ten Worst Best Picture Winners Of All Time | Film School Rejects”]
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