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They Are Us (Invaders From Mars, 1986)

One night, young David witnesses a spaceship landing just beyond the hill.  After his father returns from checking it out, he seems…different.  His father seems detached.   242 more words

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Movie - One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest [REVIEW] - If He's Crazy, What Does That Make You?

IMDB Rating: 8,7/10
Genre: Drama
Director: Milos Forman
Writer: Ken Kessey
Stars: Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher, Michael Berryman

It often comes to our minds whether it’s true that a mental hospital is a right place to heal a person’s mental disorder? 491 more words


Deep Space Nine: s05 e10: Rapture

“Rapture” is a pivotal episode in several senses, from the relatively trivial matter of the change in uniforms to the foreshadowing of matters that will before too long dominate the remainder of the entire series, and to the resetting, at least for a while, of a major supporting character. 1,061 more words

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Russian Roulette (1975)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 4 out of 10

4-Word Review: Trying to stop assassination.

When a Soviet leader decides to visit Vancouver the Russian Embassy puts the Canadian authorities on alert about Rudolf Henke (Val Avery) who moved to Canada many years back, but is reported to still hold grudges about the Soviet Union and could be a sniper threat. 786 more words


Throwback Thursday: 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest' (1975)

Randle McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) tries to get his fellow mental institute patients to raise their hands, so they can break away from the normal schedule and watch the baseball game on TV. 14 more words


1977 Movie Review: EXORCIST II THE HERETIC, 1977

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Director: John Boorman

Stars: Richard Burton, Linda Blair, Louise Fletcher

Review by Mark Engberg


A girl once possessed by a demon finds that it still lurks within her. 970 more words

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Classic Movie Thursday: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Review

So I watched One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest…

As always procrastination is King in my life and film is the King’s favourite sacrifice. So instead of actually sitting down and studying for my Psych final, I thought it would be better to sit down and watch a film about people in a psychiatric hospital. 637 more words

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