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Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

The story of a boy who lost his farther on 9/11.  But that isn’t tragic enough.  The boy has to be autistic. His grandfather has to be a victim of post traumatic stress himself. And the images we see lead us

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Skyfall

James Bond is an old man now.  M is an even older woman.  The good old days of being a spy are gone.  Super Villains just aren’t what they used to be. Skyfall wasn’t too bad, it just wasn’t too

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Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

I liked Mission:Impossible-Ghost Protocol.  The story of four agents duking it out with a Supervillian and a Russian Cop.  Along the way things blow up, people get chased, cars crash, and there are a lot of pretty cool fights.  Ghost

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Wrecked starring Adrien Brody

Spoilers-Watched the film without knowing anything about it.  It’s best not to even watch the Trailer.  Just get Wrecked and watch it.             The story of a man who finds himself at the bottom of

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Slapstick by Kurt Vonnegut

Too many modern books are either parts of a series, or 700 pages long, or both.   Too many classic novels suffer from the same problem, War and Peace and pretty much anything by Dickens is a long term project.  Somewhere

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Choke-From The Author of Fight Club

Chokewas written by Chuck Palahniuk, the author of Fight Club, and the film made from that book has that same kind of slightly alternate world view.  Choke is the story of Victor Mancini and his multi-faceted life as a sex

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