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This is horrible. 666 more words
The text below the break is part of a theatrical review originally published on January 27th, 2001.
Here are some updated thoughts: I’m not sure Shadow of the Vampire went on to become a “cult classic,” but I was right about Willem Defoe‘s nomination for Best Supporting A… 20 more words
The way I gush over AMC’s Preacher, you would think I was getting paid to advertise. But I’m not, I’m just obsessed with the out right success this show has had at sucking me in. 564 more words
Book: The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
Size: 576 pgs
Publisher: Harper Perennial Modern Classic, May 2005
Category: Historical fiction, religious
Summary: Baptist preacher Nathan Price decides he wants to be a missionary, so he takes his wife and four girls to the Congo in 1959. 800 more words
As always and still, Bojack is that character that you want to punch gazillion times. His self-egotistic persona makes you wanna puke in his face, but on the other side at the same time you see the soft-side of Bojack, a horse who just don’t want to be lonely, his acts of craziness only comes when there’s a clash that is not in parallel with his principles. 133 more words
This September the over the top hilarious dark comedy from Zach Noe Towers KILLERS FRIENDS gets a release date. The short will have a week long run at the Laemmle Theaters in North Hollywood California. 416 more words