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Ray Harryhausen perfected the stop-motion method of effects, creating characters that were from 3 to 15 inches tall for his sequences. Ray Harryhausen is cited as an inspiration by director George Lucas and writer Ray Bradbury.
'Scarface' actor Mario Machado died Saturday in Los Angeles. The 'Scarface' actor enjoyed a career as a TV news anchor as well as appearances in movies such as the 'Robocop' series and 'Scarface.'
'Iron Man 3' has a great leading man in Robert Downey Jr., but the fight sequences in the movie rang from passable to interminable.
'Midnight's Children' sustains the magical tone of Rushdie's novel at first, but the plot eventually gets bogged down.
'Something' shows director Olivier Assayas's sympathy with the movie's would-be revolutionary.
'What Maisie Knew' focuses on the daughter of two parents getting divorced.
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