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Metallica's The Unforgiven: My Childhood Song

Truth be told, I was too young when I first heard Unforgiven to actually understand it. I was so hooked with it I remember myself patiently waiting for youtube repeat to load so that I could play that song multiple times without bothering to rape the replay button. 608 more words

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Book Review: Unforgiven (The Unseen Trilogy Book 2) by Stephanie Erickson and Book Tour Pre-Stop Info

Unforgiven (The Unseen Trilogy Book 2) by Stephanie Erickson

A Young Adult Fantasy Novel published by Pickles Press (06/03/15)

Summary:

“The important thing is to never assume something isn’t possible. 874 more words

Book Review

Unforgiven

Released:  1992

Cast:  Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, Richard Harris, Frances Fisher

Oscar Wins:  Best Picture, Best Director (Clint Eastwood), Best Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman), Best Film Editing (Joel Cox) 1,032 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Unnatural

Unnatural

Behind what is seen

truth or lie?

Hush…..

You’re in a dream…

 

Transformation,

life or dream

simply reality

within an unforgiven

god it seems. 29 more words

Unforgiven

Little Bit of History: Directed, produced by and starring Clint Eastwood. Released in 1992 the film won four Academy Awards: Best Picture and Best Director for Clint Eastwood, Best Supporting Actor for Gene Hackman and Best Film Editing for editor Joel Cox. 419 more words

Little Bits Of Movies

Skybar sets the clubbing scene on fire (For Real This Time)

When it comes to hardcore partying, one night club stands tall in Beirut with a match in one hand and a gallon of Gasoline in the other, ready to set the roof on fire like its the 4th of July. 246 more words

Beirut

Simon Pegg is right, geeky genre fiction usually IS childish, even when it's also something more

“I’m very much a self-confessed fan of science-fiction and genre cinema. But part of me looks at society as it is now and thinks we’ve been infantilized by our own taste.” — Simon Pegg… 1,169 more words

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