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Today in Madonna History: August 28, 1986

On August 28 1986, Madonna and Sean opened in David Rabe’s Goose & Tomtom at Lincoln Centre’s Mitzi Newhouse Theatre, in New York.

Here’s a snippet of an article that Dena Kleiman published about the play: 230 more words

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Recon Club - Austin's Lectures

I have limited myself to write these blog posts focusing on one text through one day (see my previous post), and the day I had time for it this time was while sitting on a train without my computer at hand, so under here you can find links to my handwritten notes. 779 more words

004 | Film Review - The Game (1997)

“They just fuck you and they fuck you and they fuck you, and then just when you think it’s all over, that’s when the real fucking starts!” – Sean Penn as Conrad… 1,560 more words

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The Beauty of Life

Today we want to discuss one of our favourite movies of all time: The Tree of Life. We’ve already covered Terrence Malick, the exquisite director who has has made a great achievement with fine directing and earned a Palme D’Or for this film, and Emmanuel Lubezki, the genius cinematographer. 1,149 more words

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BLINDSPOT: The Game (1997)

They just fuck you and they fuck you and they fuck you, and then just when you think it’s all over, that’s when the real fucking starts! 368 more words

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Ben Stiller

Sean Penn

reviewed by Tom-Tom

Ben Stiller hasn’t been in anything truly funny since There’s Something About Mary. Tropic Thunder had its moments but that was mostly due to the all-star cast rather than Stiller himself. 313 more words

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The Thin Red Line (1998, Terrence Malick)

The Thin Red Line is about fear, beauty, solitude, loneliness. Director Malick’s approach is, frankly, staggering. Thin Red Line is an odd film to talk about because in most ways, it’s my favorite film. 1,154 more words

★★★★