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Inception (2010) - reviewed by George

Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) front a team that puts somebody to sleep, then joins them in a dream and extracts information that somebody else, who is paying for this, wants. 216 more words

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Children of Paradise

Hollywood is a tough town for anyone, but it can be positively brutal for kids.  Once the fame ends and the fortune is spent, child actors frequently turn into cautionary tales.   4,789 more words

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Solarbabies

Mel Brooks is most famous for his series of movie genre parodies. Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Spaceballs, and many more. Throughout the 80’s, though, he also produced several films under the banner of Brooksfilms. 626 more words

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David and Lisa (1998)

Main Features No 72

A Touching Teenage Love Story

Two young people meet in an adolescent mental health unit, cared for by a kindly psychologist and strike up a friendship and fall in love. 1,091 more words

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Witness

Back before social media and reality television, there were still parts of America that most of us had little or no understanding of, like the Amish communities in Pennsylvania. 72 more words

Movie Reviews

1988 Was a Scary Time to Be a Child with a VCR: Paperhouse & Lady in White

In our initial conversation about November’s Movie of the Month, the lucid dreaming fantasy drama Paperhouse, Boomer mentioned discovering the film when it used to play regularly on IFC in the early 2000s. 1,004 more words

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Venezuela has come to this: Cannibalism in prisons

Venezuela is a failed state from years of socialism.

There are reports of interminable long lines in supermarkets, although many shelves are empty; of food riots; and of people killing pets and zoo animals for food. 735 more words

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