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By: Craig Perales

As movie goers can see these days we live in a time that is being dominated by the comic book stories. Not only are these movies being made with 4-7+ titles a year, they’re actually huge blockbuster successes, for the most part anyways.

With that being said few can argue that Marvel is the top dog right now, with huge titles like Iron Man and Avengers dominating the box office, as well as other Marvel names like Spider-Man and the X-Men showing no sign of slowing down. For those who don’t know Spider-Man and X-men are Marvel creations, they’re not being made by Marvel Studios directly. Spider-Man is currently a Sony Picture property while the X-men and Fantastic Four belong to 20th Century Fox.

February 10, 2014 /
Title: The Virgin Suicides
Year: 1999
Whose In It?: Kirsten Dunst, James Woods, Kathleen Turner
What The Heck Is It?: Sofia Coppola’s debut venture into directing sees her take the helm of a dark satire featuring the Lisbon family. The family matriarch (Turner) is a woman of extraordinary faith, and the head of the house (Woods) is a teacher. All seems normal for the Lisbon’s and their five daughters. That is until the youngest Cecilia attempts to kill herself. It is this moment that sets the remainder of the film in motion.
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