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Leaving Las Vegas

Just kidding. We didn’t even gamble this time. Not even the penny slots!

But the Las Vegas setting reminded of the hilarious early part of the movie… 288 more words

Poster for the Coming Film - The Little Prince

Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda) is bringing Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince to the big screen. Rumor is, the cast includes James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Mackenzie Foy, Benicio del Toro, Paul Giamatti and Albert Brooks. 9 more words


Shiny, sleek, slickly compelling, and sickeningly suspenseful, Drive is a pulse-pounding, heart-racing machine. Imperturbable yet tautly paced at the breakneck tempo of the getaway cars, Drive is frankly commercial and sneakily artistic, smart, sophisticated, and peerlessly stylish. 444 more words


Play Ball!

In the spring, those two words are like music to my ears. This is Opening Week for Major League Baseball, and since baseball is my religion, I could not be happier. 744 more words


Broadcast News (1987)

“I’ve never seen you like this about anyone, so please don’t get me wrong when I tell you that Tom, while being a very nice guy, is the Devil.” – Aaron Altman (Albert Brooks) 506 more words


Finding Nemo

Opening lines: Wow. (Marlin)
Mmm. (Coral)
Wow. (Marlin)
Mm-hmm. (Coral)
Wow. (Marlin)
Yes, Marlin. No, I see it, it’s beautiful. (Coral)
So, Coral, when you said you wanted an ocean view, you didn’t think you were going to get the whole ocean, did you? 823 more words


Drive: Romance Steers the Wheels

Drive may sound like an action-packed thriller filled with awesome chase sequences and gritty dialogue, but thanks to Danish director  Nicolas Winding Refn, this tale has been elevated to an actual work of art. 919 more words

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