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A Movie A Day #318: The War At Home (1996, directed by Emilio Estevez)

The year is 1972 and it is Thanksgiving week in small town America.  The Colliers are getting ready for the holidays.  Maurine (Kathy Bates) is intent on preparing the perfect Thanksgiving meal.  243 more words

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Martin Sheen on 'Anne of Green Gables,' True Patriotism and Explaining America to Canadians

Martin Sheen has a lot of reasons for wanting to play the retiring old bachelor Matthew Cuthbert in “L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables,” which debuted last Thanksgiving and is premiering the second part of its story this upcoming Thanksgiving. 2,244 more words

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A Movie A Day #315: That Championship Season (1982, directed by Jason Miller)

Four former high school basketball players and their coach gather for a reunion in Pennsylvania.  Twenty-five years ago, they were state champions.  Now, they are all still struggling with the legacy of that championship season.   343 more words

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Spawn

Before watching the movie:

Every time I think I understand what this movie is, I go looking for something to verify that and I come up with more confusing information. 677 more words

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Seeking a Friend at the End of the World (2012)

Duration 1h 41m Rating (UK) 15 Source of story An original screenplay Writer/s Script Lorene Scafaria Director Lorene Scafaria Starring 207 more words
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October 23rd, 2017 Movie - Spawn

Today marks the beginning of almost a solid week of superhero movies. Unfortunately, we start off with one that was a real disappointment. See, back in the early 90’s, there was a breakaway from Marvel of several of their top illustrators, who had wanted to maintain the copyrights for characters they created, thus giving birth to Image comics. 1,600 more words

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Emilio Estevez Was Hollywood's Most Profitable Actor Over The Last 40 Years

PartyCasino looked at box office data from 1980 to 2017 in order to determine Hollywood’s most…and least…profitable actors, and the results may surprise you.

Believe it or not, the leading man with the best return in ALL of Hollywood during that time period was Brat Pack actor Emilio Estevez!   92 more words

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