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Movie Review: The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

During a siege, a colourful baron appears to a troop of actors and vows to save their city from war. 630 more words

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Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Director: Zack Snyder. Universal/Strike/New Amsterdam/Metropolitan/Toho-Towa et al (18)

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Cast & credits

Producers: Marc Abraham, Eric Newman, Richard P. Rubinstein.
Writer: James Gunn.
Camera: Matthew F. 728 more words

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Stories We Tell Review/Discussion (2012) [Archive]

“When you’re in the middle of a story, it isn’t a story at all but rather a confusion” begins the opening monologue of Canadian film maker Sarah Polley’s moving, funny and ultimately thought provoking documentary.  509 more words

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A great drug film. Funny, smart, and clever. Very rewatchable.

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Trailer Tracks: The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988) - Terry Gilliam

This was my introduction to the world of Terry Gilliam, as I discovered Monty Python late in life, and then started digging up other works that the Pythons had been involved in. 46 more words

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'Fan Made Movie Poster'

Throughout the years, the LFA Fandom has had their hopes and ideas that an adaptation for the book written by John Green will come true. As certain as it is, the hopes and dreams and wishes are no longer in wishes, but reality that Sarah Polley will be directing the LFA Movie. 155 more words

Looking For Alaska

Flash Movie Review: My Life Without Me

The sudden unexpected passage a person travels to death from life delivers a debilitating punch to those who remain behind. In that moment of stunned disbelief, memories pour down from your mind trying to fill the space emerging where the walls of your heart are crumbling into brittle chunks. 405 more words

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