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😉The Breakfast Club - 1985😆

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I liked the movie, it was funny and entertaining. I had already graduated High School years before the release. The characters – Princess, Jock, Geek, et. 51 more words

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COLUMBINE AND SANDY HOOK HOAX CONNECTIONS (Part III)

As promised, here is the final installment of this truly revealing series of blog posts.

The following revelations may be enough for one to begin to question not just mainstream or even alternative media sources, but to question the very reality they have unquestioningly been conditioned to believe. 1,301 more words

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Film Review: The Breakfast Club (1985)

Release Date: February 15th, 1985
Directed by: John Hughes
Written by: John Hughes
Music by: Keith Forsey, Gary Chang
Cast: Emilio Estevez, Paul Gleason, John Kapelos, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy… 702 more words

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A Movie A Day #122: The Lost Capone (1990, directed by John Gray)

Chicago.  1915.  Up-and-coming gangster Al Capone (Eric Roberts) berates his younger brother, Jimmy (Adrian Pasdar), for not being aggressive enough in a street fight.  Not wanting to follow his brothers into a life of organized crime, Jimmy runs away from home and eventually finds himself in Harmony, Nebraska.   360 more words

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Today I Re-Watched: The Breakfast Club (1985)

The Breakfast Club (dir. John Hughes, 1985)

Provisional score: 8+ out of 10.

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H2N Review: Little Sister

Zach Clark’s follow up to 2013’s White Reindeer, shares plot points with some rather trite films. In Little Sister, Addison Timlin plays Colleen, a woman in her early twenties who returns to her childhood home and her troubled, semi-estranged family in order to tie up emotional loose ends before making a major life change. 202 more words

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Only the Lonely

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Adapted from Paddy Chayefsky’s Marty, this film from writer-director Chris Columbus stars John Candy as Danny Muldoon, a Chicago police officer who still lives at home with his overbearing mother, Rose (Maureen O’Hara). 392 more words

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