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Unfortunately, there is no written record that Hitch ever saw "The Exorcist" or commented on it. However, here is a cool anecdote involving Hitch and "Exorcist" filmmaker William Friedkin: In fact,
A sequel could be an addition to a series that has no continuing story but retains the same characters from the previous film (i.e. "Lethal Weapon" and "Die Hard"), while an installment continues a story
For 1) ANACONDA comes to mind. For 2) There is a fight scene in THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE (with Frank Sinatra) that fits your description. Also, see THE HUNTED (with Benicio Del Toro) You can also
Hi there, IMDB allows anyone to sign up and post critiques/comments of movies you have seen on their forums - just create a user account. As far as credentialed reviews, have you thought of starting
If you are talking about the first BACK TO THE FUTURE, the reason why they dont have much time is because of they have to make sure George and Lorraine fall in love before lightning hits the clocktower