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Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Danny Elfman)

One of the better-remembered segments from Jay Ward’s Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends, the time-hopping and pun-laden adventures of the world’s smartest dog and his adopten son have remained lodged firmly in the American popular consciousness for over 40 years to the extent of even having the monicker of their Wayback Machine borrowed by the Internet Archive. 575 more words

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Soul Boys of the Western World - Film Review

Following the mysterious disappearance of several curtains, five friends drape themselves in fabric, get asymmetrical haircuts, see their future written on a bathroom wall and embark on a musical odyssey of fashion faux pas and hit songs spanning nearly two decades. 38 more words

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Confession (Ryan Shore)

Confession was a 2005 project about murder and coverups at a prestigious all-male Catholic prep school that wasn’t able to secure theatrical distribution, winding up instead as a direct-to-video offering. 517 more words

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Tuesday Reviews-day: Bridge to Terabithia (novel and film)

by Sabrina C. Zertuche

This past week, my family endured the loss of a great-aunt. She lived a good live and fought through many health issues. 1,248 more words

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Final Fantasy VI (Nobuo Uematsu)

On the heels of their wildly successful RPG Final Fantasy V in 1992, developer Square immediately began production of a sequel for the same platform, the Super Nintendo. 1,773 more words

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High Art (Shudder to Think)

High Art was writer-director Lisa Cholodenko’s debut feature after a number of smaller shorts and TV projects. A protege of Miloš Forman, Cholodenko created a film that was a steamy dramatic look into the world of high art photography and the complex relationship between two lensers played by 80s icon Ally Sheedy and up-and-comer Radha Mitchell. 698 more words

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Tuesday Reviews-Day: RWBY

By Sabrina Z.

The first anime I ever watched was Ronin Warriors, the American dub of the anime series Yoroiden Samurai Troopers. I stumbled upon the show in 1995 on the USA Network. 1,105 more words

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