Top 10 Movies

Over the next few weeks I’ll post my lists of top 10 movies of all time, top 100 movies of all time, and some sub-categories thereof; like top 10 comedies of all time. My list of top 10 movies of all time is rather unconventional I suppose. It is comprised of films that I find myself watching over and over, and not necessarily ones with just the best directing, best cinematography, most controversy, etc. I’m not a huge fan of science fiction or kids films so while something like Star Wars might be considered a top film by a majority of the planet, it’s simply not really on my radar. I also struggle to get into older films so you aren’t going to find something like Citizen Kane listed here. By no means do I think any of the aforementioned films are bad films, they simply aren’t my favorite. I have no problem admitting that these films might not be masterful works of art, but they’re still my current top 10 movies of all time.

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Christmas Movies for the Whole Family

The best thing about Christmas movies is that they are wonderful for the whole family to watch together. These movies are specifically designed to be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. I want everyone to enjoy the holiday spirit not only during the Christmas season, but all year long with these family movies. This is why I compiled a list of Christmas movies which I believe to be among the best Christmas movies of all time. This list is specifically designed to be watched by the whole family, so if you are looking for movies of a more adult nature this may not be the list for you.

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Movie Training Tips – Learn to Be a Master Storyteller – The Story is Everything

If you are thinking about making a movie, and you want anyone to be interested in a movie that you make, you have to start with a story that is worth telling. Any good movie training tips should start with a basic lesson in good storytelling. Read on for an example of a bad story vs a good story.

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