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Here are the top ten articles for the SF/Fantasy Movies Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. The Sword in the Stone
Walt Disney's classic film version of T H White's book "The Sword in the Stone" has enchanted generations of children. Read on to find out why!

2. CJ7 Review of the Movie by Stephen Chow
CJ7 is a Stephen Chow movie about a strange little visitor to earth who befriends a poor school boy and his struggling father.

3. Fantasy That's So Bad It's Good
Every genre can boast bad films a-plenty, but fantasy seems especially good at producing films that are so bad they are actually enjoyable to watch. In this article, we look at why that might be, as well as examining a few examples.

4. Blade Runner and the Visions of Philip K Dick
Sci-Fi classic Blade Runner has recently been real-released in selected cinemas. This provides an excellent reason not just to see this wonderful film once more, but also to cast a critical eye back over the many film adaptations of science fiction master, Philip K Dick.

5. Walt Disney Peter Pan
J M Barrie wrote a number of books and a play around the character Peter Pan. The play was made into a film by Walt Disney in 1953. Read on to learn more!

6. The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3D
A great big candy bag of a movie that kids love but which may make adults feel a little queasy at times.

7. Nanny McFee
Much more than Mary Poppins with warts, Nanny McFee is great fun for all ages.

8. Push (2009)
Paul McGuigan's beautifully textured movie Push didn't deserve the drubbing it was given by critics and SF fans.

9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I
A slow start to the first part of the final Harry Potter movie, but worth it for the rich visuals and fine performances.

10. The Many Faces of Fantasy Cinema
Fantasy is not all about magic swords and enchanted goblins! It is a much broader and subtler genre than it is often given credit. Read on to find out why...



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