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Icons Of Fright Movie Review - Storage 24

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I love monster movies. They have a power to them, to serve as a means to push characters into action and into facing things they wouldn’t normally face, whether it be the obvious danger from said monster, or the internal conflicts that they normally wouldn’t have the courage to address. That’s what made 2008′s CLOVERFIELD so enjoyable to me. Sure it was a film about a giant creature kicking New York in its balls pretty much, but even more than the monster, it was about the main character Rob’s choice that no matter what, he would find the girl who he messed things up with and make sure that even if they died, that she would know how he really felt. The creature served as a catalyst to make Rob do that...

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