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    “They're on a mission from God.” Straight out of prison, the Blues Brothers drive into a madcap race to reunite their band, avoid the cops, and raise money to save their orphanage. On their holy mission, they pop in to visit the Great African American singers masquerading as Band members, s...
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    By all accounts Sky Captain should be just another CGI adventure film woven together with cliche's. Instead Sky Captain soars above it's contemporaries on the wings of innovative art direction and attention to detail. In pursuit of a pillaging robot army and their programmer, the hero...
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    The average North American preschooler has watched 5000 hours of television. Media has taken social values and plastered them across every household and imbedded them in the minds of every individual; a phenomena unparallelled in history. One must understand how society affects the way we see oursel...
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    When was eight, all three of my brothers and I piled into the van and drove to a church in Santa Clarita. The Church was filming a movie called "No Greater Love." Obviously the film wasn't going to be a blockbuster and at the time I didn't even know if it would make it onto DVD, ...
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    Did you know the United States registered 220,461,056 cars in 1996 and 132,432,044 of those are passenger vehicles? What then is the number one car? With a mileage of less than twenty miles per hour, Ford’s eight-cylinder giant, the F150, ranks number one. The United States owns only 20,965 Honda ...
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    A review of the Dark Knight Rises must begin and end - not with Batman, or Alfred, or Bane - but with Detective John Blake. Christian Bale (Batman) growls convincingly throughout. Michael Caine's (Alfred) cockney never falters. Gary Oldman (Bane) croons just loud enough to be heard over his mas...
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    “The Italian Job” is perfectly clichéd. First the heroes commit the ultimate heist of $30 million in Spanish gold, then one of their own betrays them, and then the heroes try to recommit the heist – this time stealing it back from the traitor. Of course, the heroes don't care about the $30...
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    Home In a castle Family Uncle Merlin, who’s a hassle Occupation Slaying dragons Weekend interests Smashing flagons Working hours Twenty four seven Physical feature Toes count eleven Favorite sport Sword fighting Skills Biting Vacation Deadly swamp Mood ...
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    Tires screamed for mercy. The car unleashed a groan like thunder. A concrete wall imploded with a deafening thud. Then only a wailing car alarm disturbed the shadows gathering outside the boulevard. Conner Reynolds flipped and flopped through the twilight from his dorm. His eyebrows raised and ...
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    11:15 p.m. First Officer William T. Murdock receives three messages from the lookout and a phone call. An iceberg. Dead Ahead. The officer does nothing. 11:25 p.m. He answers the phone. 11:30. William T. Murdock attempts to steer the 66,000 ton goliath champion of White Star Cruise Line, the Titanic...
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    Running, his chest heaved like the bellows of a forge. Running through the forest. To the hag. The hag just beyond the village, he stumbled across the witch years ago, when he was younger. He had fled then, fled to his mother, fled to his father, fled to the castle of their family in fear. He ran ba...
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    The thermometer timidly glanced at the voluptuous and radiant sun, and flushed a deep crimson. Beads of sweat awoke like prairie dogs from hibernation, popped from their pores, and darted merrily down four scarlet faces. Water sprang from the pool and danced in the air as eight hands slapped down an...
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    In “WWZ,” the zombie design is seriously flawed; the undead don't mill about aimlessly like most zombies do. They run like they're going for the gold medal in the 200-meter sprint. Now, in any ­zombie movie, the zombies are not allowed to win to easily. Usually they're so slow that the...
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    Frank envisioned the couple sneaking away in the middle of the night. He imagined her giggling in excitement and shivering with cold. Frank knew they were going to do it. He imagined John as being triumphant, but not menacing. Even now Frank still could not imagine John towering above his girl with ...
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    A young prince found himself in the forest at midnight. He led his horse through the birch trees; pillars of silver in the moonlight on a bed of heather the color of granite. On his horse hung the limp skin of great bear, a son of the great mother Ursa in the heavens. Stains glistening black like oi...
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    The Caterpillar Prostrates himself inverted Summon Butterfly...
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    Crimson clouds churning Balefire for the deeds of man The judge fuming A sunset out my window Will night extinguish the clouds?...
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    Molded from the mud, Let's dance before our bones dry. Oh, our bones of sand. They crumble as the sun drinks; Licks up our water. So Dance....
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    A choir of wolves Melodious at midnight Offered to the moon Hear now this harmony For wolves do not sing to sheep...
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    Question the river, "To whither art thou bound, now?" Thou hast met the sea."...
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    Question the eagle Never lured into valleys How he always soars? He swoops down only for prey Devoured on his eyrie...
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