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Nicholas Sparks' The Notebook Chapters Summary

                                                                                                                         Miracles
                                                                   Chapter I

<span “font-size:26.0pt;mso-bidi-font-size:70.0pt;line-height:=”” 115%;font-family:”times=”” roman”,”serif””=””>     Who am I? And how, I wonder, will this story end? – Noah’s words as he was sitting by the foggy window. 2,772 more words

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Peter Robinson's Strange Affair Chapters' Summary

Chapter I

A young lady was worried of a black Mondeo which she thought it was following her as she drove in A1 in the middle of the night. 10,270 more words

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What It Takes to Pony Up for a Comedy Film

Reprinted from Hollywood Movie Times

Eugene Stryker, Hollywood Movie Times

“This film reminded me how hard some folks work on chasing their dreams,” Louis Moncivias told me after playing the role ‘Pony’ in the sci-fi gangster comedy Long Term Parking. 464 more words

BRANDON GALLAGHER GETS STONED IN LONG TERM PARKING


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Robyn Washington, Hollywood Movie Times

Before the world premiere of Paul Bright’s comedy Long Term Parking on May 23rd we wanted to catch Brandon Gallagher, who plays Mickey, the hapless stoner in the film.
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DAVID YOUNG DOES THE DINGUS IN LONG TERM PARKING

George Wozniak, Hollywood Movie Times

Fresh-faced David Young looks like the nicest guy in the world. You’d never guess he’s a killer. Or at least his character “The Kid” is in the comedy film Long Term Parking releasing May 23rd. 569 more words

STEPHEN J. VOSS PRODUCES THE LAUGHTER

Reprinted from Hollywood Movie Times

Robyn Washington, Hollywood Movie Times

It’s hard to forget Dustin Hoffman’s rant in Wag The Dog about movie producers never getting the credit for nurturing a film to life. 659 more words

Mike Kearby's Sci-Fi Gangster Novel Explodes on Screen

Reprinted from Hollywood Movie Times

Eugene Stryker, Hollywood Movie Times

Mike Kearby’s beloved sci-fi/noir/gangster comedic novel that defies and parodies half a dozen genres is now breaking down the box office barriers with the release of the Long Term Parking feature film May 23rd at the comic-con convention in Houston, Texas. 618 more words