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Our good friends over at Kidrated have drawn up a list of five, very persuasive arguments as to why Ethan Hunt and his Mission: Impossible movies trump Daniel Craig in outings in a 007 tuxedo.
Marvel have seen enormous success with their Marvel Cinematic Universe, spawning dozens of lucrative films and a few TV shows that some people watch.
These days book adaptations are being made left, right and centre. A whole Young Adult Fiction genre has sprung up in the last decade and films series like Insurgent, Hunger Games and Twilight are making millions of dollars at the box office.
These days sequels and long-running film franchises are so common, that most of the biggest box office hits are follow-ups to well-loved films.
Some movie deaths aren't dignified, gracious or heroic at all, sometimes characters die in the most surprising, underwhelming and comedic fashion.
But which is best? Here is our rundown of the most undignified and funniest movie deaths.
As we have seen before, sometimes actors' egos sometimes affect the relationships between film co-stars, resulting in hurt feelings, violence and general on-set animosity.
Just over 16 years, an unsettling horror starring Bruce Willis, written and directed by the co-writer of the Stuart Little film, was released in the UK.
As the title gives away, it was, of course, The Sixth Sense, which went on to be nominated for an Oscar and was rented out by 80 million people.
With films eyeing-up the awards season and festive flicks on the horizon, November is a great month for movie releases.
Here are our picks for the films that you mustn't miss in the cinema this month...
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