Arshak Andriasov

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My Top 5 American High School Movies 

I have always loved movies about high school. All the angst and anxiety about making a good impression with the cool kids have been greatly depicted in American high school films. Various types of themes are included in my top 5 American high school movies: The Loners, The Popular, The Jocks,  ...

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Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins
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Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins

One of my favorite fun movies to watch is Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins. It stars Fred Ward, Joel Grey, Wilford Brimley, and a whole cast of characters. Done in 1985, this movie was one of our staples, whenever we wanted to laugh and enjoy ourselves. The first scene where Fred Ward, who  ...

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Commando - My Favorite Action Movie
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Commando – My Favorite Action Movie

My favorite action movie of all time is Commando. This film has incredible character actors, a hilarious script when it is necessary, wonderful music score written by the late James Horner, and of course the action hero himself Arnold Schwarzenegger. Released in 1985, Commando was a staple in  ...

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Roger Moore Has Passed Away
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Roger Moore Has Passed Away

Another special and wonderful actor has recently passed away. Time has not healed after the passing of John Hurt. Now, we have lost the charming and sweet actor Roger Moore. Who can ever forget such a “refined” and sometimes goofy rendition of James Bond. He was more stern and  ...

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Yevgeny Leonov

One of my favorite actors of all time is Yevgeny Leonov. Mr. Leonov was a Russian/Soviet actor, mostly famous as a film star and theatrical actor. Predominately acting in films from the 60’s till the 90’s, his wonderful personality resonated on the screen no matter what kind of  ...

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The Promise

A very important movie came out recently named The Promise. Starring Oscar Isaak, Charlotte Le Bon, Christian Bale and other meaningful performers, The Promise is about the Turkish government’s brutal genocide of Armenian people. Such a weighty subject for a film is very difficult to  ...

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Excited About Going to the Film Forum

One of my favorite directors ever is Woody Allen. So when I found out that the Film Forum will show his Manhattan and Annie Hall side by side today, March, 13, my wife and I had to get the tickets. The Film Forum is located on 209 W Houston St, New York, NY. It is definitely a premiere movie  ...

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