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When you’ve suffered so much you become self-destructive and so seek out even more suffering

When you’ve suffered so much, you become self-destructive, and so seek out even more suffering. You hate the world and are tired of life so you place no value on it. 610 more words

Limitless (DVD Screening)

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Limitless is a film that I have been meaning to see for some time now, I missed its run in the cinema back in 2011 and there have simply been a lot of other titles that appealed to me more on DVD. 628 more words

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Goodfellas

Henry Hill, at 1955th leaves school and begins working for the Italian Mafia in his neighborhood in Brooklyn. Boss Cicero and his associate Jimmy Conway assist Henry in his Mafia career. 82 more words

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How Robert De Niro Almost Starred In 'The Shining,' 'The Godfather,' And Other Well-Known Films

Bobby D turned 71 this weekend, and instead of looking back at his best or even worst films, I’m highlighting ten Robert De Niro almost parts that were never meant to be. 648 more words

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BEFORE THEY FOUND FAME: SCREEN TESTS, READ-THROUGHS, AUDITION TAPES & ALL THAT JAZZ

It’s always cool to see how far our favourite actors have come. Or in some cases, fallen. Once upon a time your Bob De Niro’s, Tom Cruise’s and Natalie Portman’s had to read for parts and whilst none of the above ever have to again, there are those – the Lindsay Lohan’s, Matthew Fox’s, Lea Michele Relives’ and Megan Fox’s – who seem forever doomed to have to audition for parts due to their serious lack of acting talent. 45 more words

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Play It Again - Awakenings

By Simon Miraudo
August 18, 2014

Play It Again is a weekly feature in which our classic-film connoisseurs revisit a revered motion picture from the annals of movie history, to see if it holds up… or if it has aged terribly. 635 more words

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Goodfellas (1990)

A perfect title because I wouldn’t call it Greatfellas or Incredifellas, it’s just Goodfellas. Scorsese’s “masterpiece” just didn’t do a whole lot for me. I thought most of the characters weren’t that lovable. 151 more words

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