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Dead Poets Society (1989)

A beautiful account of a quirky teacher and how he inspired his students to “seize the day!” and be themselves. Although the drama was spread slightly thin between Todd’s, Neil’s, and Keating’s unique stories, respectively, the differing impacts of Keating’s teaching as seen in the two boys’ distinct journeys added an authentic complexity to the story as a whole. 18 more words

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Season 16 | Episode 21 | “Perverted Justice” | Aired May 6, 2015

I could write so much snark about OINTB‘s Samira Wiley guest-starring on last night’s episode because of her character’s name on… 998 more words

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After handling the irascible House, M.D. for eight seasons, we’re betting Robert Sean Leonard will find Law & Order: SVU perps a cakewalk. 319 more words

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Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter

Hmm.  Feb.12th.  Birth anniversary of Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin, and possibly the greatest ballet dancer of all time Anna Pavlova.  Six brand spankin’ new Abraham Lincolns (a/k/a fins; a/k/a five-dollar bills) crossed my palm unexpectedly yesterday — how cool is that?   67 more words

Dead Poets Society (1989)

2014 #103
Peter Weir | 123 mins | streaming (HD) | 1.85:1 | USA / English | PG / PG

At an oppressive private school (is there another kind?), a gaggle of disenchanted students are invigorated by teacher Robin Williams; until his methods, and the independent thought they inspire, attract the ire of parents and faculty. 140 more words

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Movie Re-View: Dead Poets Society

In 5th grade, my grandma took my best friend Trista and I to the theater to see Dead Poets Society. I’m pretty sure we spent the final third of the movie blubbering with tears running down our cheeks. 713 more words

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Dead Poets Society

Name: Dead Poets Society

Director: Peter Weir

Year: 1989

Rating: 4 Stars

This movie has been on my watch list for some time.  I’ve always heard good things about it, and I keep coming across it on other people’s favorite movie lists.  331 more words

4 Stars