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Movies Buffs exist in a culture all on their own, and that's why we've dedicated this part of Cinelinx entirely to them.  Here we'll be gathering unique and interesting stories dealing with movie buff culture direct to the people who care about it the most. 

10 Best Anti-Establishment Films

Some of the most influential films in history have been the ones that push back against the establishment. Here’s a look at our picks for the ten best films which most effectively fight “the man”.

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Cinelinx's Movie- Lovers Gift Guide (2018)

It’s that time of year again when the weather gets cold, and the Christmas decorating/shopping has begun. If you have movie lovers, gamers, or nerds in general, on your shopping list the Cinelinx team is here to help you find the perfect gift with our annual gift guides. Come inside for links to the best movie related gifts you can find! 

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Ten Best Political Thrillers

With politics on our minds for Election Day, we've created this list of the best politically-motivated films. We promise they will cause less anxiety and be more fun than actual politics.

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Directors' Trademarks: George A. Romero

Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. In this installment, since it’s Halloween, we’re looking at the trademark style and calling signs of horror movie icon George A. Romero as director.

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Why A Pirates of the Caribbean Reboot is A Bad Idea

Disney is working with the writers of Deadpool to create a potential reboot of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. It seems ridiculous to reboot a franchise where the last entry only came out 18 months ago. The franchise has also experienced declining profits for years and is increasingly unpopular due to the continuing involvement of Johnny Depp. Disney is once again showing a lack of originality by planning to reboot yet another franchise.

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