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Two sisters have left Poland and joined the huddled masses seeking the freedom that America offers. Their quest will not be an easy one, as one of the sisters; Magda (Angela Sarafyan) has tuberculosis and must be quarantined. 601 more words


The Immigrant: The Ambiguous American Dream

Directed by James Gray, The Immigrant tells the story of Ewa (played by Marion Cotillard) and her sister who are traveling from Poland to Ellis Island. 831 more words

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Comic Con 2014: Five big reveals from Marvel's Ant-Man to Game Of Thrones season five

Comic Con 2014 has just wrapped up in San Diego – there were plenty of costumes, plenty of collectibles, plenty of queues, lots of stars, lots of reveals and lots and lots of talking points. 615 more words



I was in my car last week, late for work, when I saw a slender woman with blowsy hair and baggy clothes meandering down the middle of an alley.   1,318 more words


Marvel reveals 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' concept art, announce 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' at Comic Con; Joaquin Phoenix in talks for 'Doctor Strange'

Marvel, the reigning kings of Comic Con, selfishly dominated the weekend’s news cycle with some juicy new details about their upcoming slate.

First, over the course of the Con they unveiled some concept art character posters, which, when “assembled” make up the above image, showing the Avengers (plus newbies Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and Vision) in serious peril. 198 more words


REVIEW: "The Immigrant"

Whenever the topic of greatest working actress pops up Meryl Streep so often finds her name at the top of the list. I do belief Streep can be really good, but I believe a strong case could be made for Marion Cotillard. 729 more words



I don’t need to talk about the plot.

I just have to admit this is one of my favorite movies!