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Rewind Review: Charlie St. Cloud

Despite the fact that both the trailer and the synopsis of Charlie St. Cloud make it quite apparent that Charlie (Zac Efron) will lose his brother (Charlie Tahan) his brother in a tragic car accident the film still manages to be quite compelling which is rather impressive in and of itself. 777 more words

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Movie Review: Charlie St. Cloud

Charlie St. Cloud made its appearance in 2010. The story follows Charlie (Zac Efron) who is hands down the best sailor in his class. His future is set: Stanford with a sailing scholarship and then one day sail the world.   677 more words

2016

💛3: Charlie St. Cloud (The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud)

by Ben Sherwood

“Qualcuno ti ama. Somebody loves you.”

Genre: Fiction

I’ve already shared this one before, but I’ll also include this wonderful book on the list.

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016) - Film Review

Uninspiring something or other

Director Burr Steers (Charlie St. Cloud (2010) brings us this alternate take on the world of Jane Austen.  You see many of the characters you know and love but they inhabit an alternative universe where zombies are threatening to take over England.   311 more words

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Bear witness to Life's defeat!

Have you ever witnessed life being defeated?
Scorched by grief, drowned in tears,
Every moment an epoch of atrophy
Dying by the day, hour, and second… 106 more words

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Film Friday #243

Trainwreck (2015)

Amy (Amy Schumer) is a self-confessed trainwreck. She doesn’t do dating as much as she does wild sexual abandon, she works for a magazine that makes  986 more words

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Charlie St. Cloud - Ben Sherwood

I believe in miracles, and now you know why.

I had been wanting to read this book for a long time. After seeing the movie a while back (and breaking my reading-the-book-before-watching-the-movie), I remember thinking that while the movie was mediocre, a book would certainly be able to provide much more depth into the emotion and thoughts that are unable to be expressed in merely picture and sound. 184 more words

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