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Favorite Franchise Finale?

A poll on IMDB inspired me. What a great topic. The given choices were:

The Dark Knight Rises, The Return Of The King, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows pt 2, Saw 3D, Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi, Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith, The Matrix Revolutions, Shrek Forever After, Twilight: Breaking Dawn Pt 2, The Hangover Part 3, Rocky Balboa, Back To The Future Part 3, High School Musical 3, Godzilla: Final Wars, The Human Condition 3, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, The Godfather Part 3, Once Upon A Time In Mexico, Battle For The Planet Of The Apes, Death Wish V, The Dead Pool, Vegas Vacation, Lethal Weapon 4, Delta Force 3, 3 Ninjas: High Noon At Mega Mountain, The Next Karate Kid, Killer Tomatoes Eat France, and Toy Story 3. 456 more words

Editorial

Disney Fact #144

Creepy! Sid from Toy Story has a hallway carpet which has the same design as the nightmarish corridors of Steven King’s The Shining. Apparently  29 more words

Daily Disney

Top 10 Movie Apes

Today is a momentous day, that shall be noted and celebrated in the history books for years to come. For today, you see, marks the return of my oh-so-popular Top 10 lists, which I intend to churn out on a weekly basis, and tie in to the most recent Lambcast’s topic, for as long as I am able to. 1,672 more words

Top 10

7 Things You NEVER Noticed In Famous Movies!

There was an article posted on Buzzfeed a few weeks ago about a MIND-BLOWING Easter egg cleverly hidden in Back to the Future, that the Twin Pines Mall became the Lone Pine Mall after Marty ran over one of Old Man Peabody’s precious pine pairings: 309 more words

Random

This Week In Video History: Adam Levine Cries Over Toy Story 3

This summer might as well be nicknamed “Maroon 5 Summer,” especially since the Adam Levine-led six piece recently released their new single Maps, their… 180 more words

Music

Beginnings: Setting a Story in Motion

To me the hardest part of any project is the very beginning. The starting storyline sets the tone of the entire project so it is key to get it right. 64 more words

Brett Gerking