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Back to the Future

Time: 116 Minutes
Age Rating: PG – Violence
Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Thomas F. Wilson and Crispin Glover
Director: Robert Zemeckis… 607 more words


Throwback Thursday: Pop Arts Revisits...Back to the Future

I should open by saying that Back to the Future* is one of my all-time favourites movies. It has been one of my favourites since I was about 7 years old and the only copy we had was one my parents had videotaped off the TV. 694 more words


Great Scott! Hot Toys Announces Marty McFly "Back To The Future" 1/6 Scale Figure #SDCC

With all of the news coming out of San Diego Comic Con, Hot Toys took to their Facebook page to give us some awesome news! After about two years since the announcement of acquiring the licensing, Hot Toys gave us a look at the first of its… 154 more words


Los 5 libros más bacanes que leí el 2013 #2: Ready Player One

WAT, qué es esto!? Una lista de fin de año a mediados de año? Este es un post que me emociona mucho escribir, porque ya llevamos la mitad del 2014 y estos libros AUN no se van de mi cabeza a pesar de que algunos los leí hace un año entero ya, y por fin podré plasmar mis emociones en relación a ellos y enviárselas al gran  1,849 more words


An oncologist's argument for funding your own cancer research

Earlier this year, a letter to the editor appeared in the back pages of the Journal of Clinical Oncology. In it, Harvard professor Anthony D’Amico points out that, until 2002, the… 1,018 more words

Bill Cosby Show Could Debut Next Summer

Bill Cosby, 77, has a long history with NBC, could be returning to the network with a new comedy as soon as next summer. Described as a ‘classic, extended family sitcom’ with Cosby as the patriarch, is currently in the writing stage, according to NBC executives. 21 more words

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Don't Drink The Water (1994)

I had thought after Bullets Over Broadway I would be moving on to another crowd-pleasing comedy Woody Allen made for Miramax, Mighty Aphrodite. But a quick check of Wikipedia reminded me that in between he wrote and directed a TV movie version of his 1966 play,  387 more words

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