Are you a lover of classic movies? Or would you like to be, if only you knew of somewhere you could find out more about them so that you could make an informed choice of which you might like? Go to Movie Vault for a vast range of movie reviews, written by non-industry reviewers (people just like you), movie news, and more!
We all love to sit at home, either on our own or with a partner, friends, or family, with a great movie to laugh, cry, or even talk over! But movies have been around for so long now that it’s really hard to sift through those you might and might not like. At Movie Vault you can read movie reviews by members of the public to get a really unbiased opinion, so that you can make a properly informed selection before you download or rent a movie. Use the site regularly, and you’ll probably find the reviewers with the closest views to your own, and you can then search for movie reviews by those people, for the best chance of finding a movie you’ll really like.
The selection of almost 2,500 movies reviewed goes back to 1914, and there are nearly 100 reviewers to get to know along the way! You can also vote for your favorites, like (or not) on Facebook, and generally have fun finding out more about the movies themselves, the cast, directors, producers, and more. And if you want to write movie reviews yourself, well, then, go ahead and join the team! If you don’t want to write a full movie review, you can also post your own opinion and comments on the forum on the website.
There’s also a whole list of articles on the latest movie news, including movies just out, already running, out on DVD or downloadable, upcoming movies, and movie industry gossip and chat.
If you’re into movies, and want to know what’s hot and what’s not, in Hollywood, Bollywood, or anywhere else for that matter, check out the movie news on Movie Vault.
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