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Conan O'Brien Can't Stop

HE REALLY CAN’T STOP:... Read more
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Hobo with a Shotgun

When Grindhouse hit theaters in 2007 it came with a handful of B-movie trailers that were as ridiculous as they were awesome. Machete was the first of those trailers to actually get made into a full-length feature film.... Read more
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Kingdom of War

Set in the ancient province of Ayudhya, Kingdom of War depicts the true life story of King Naresuan the Great and his quest to liberate his people from the oppressive Burma. The film is split into two parts on two discs.... Read more
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Vanishing on 7th Street

Be Afraid Of The Dark, Be Very Afraid:... Read more
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I Saw The Devil

Soo-Hyun hangs up with his fiancé, unaware that in a few seconds she will be beaten unconscious and then murdered. His fiancé, the daughter of a retired police chief, is discovered later (some of her).... Read more
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The Vanquisher

This movie has two languages going at once with it. At the opening it’s English, which I was like nice, but then it went to Thai. Yes, that’s the answer to if you are wondering if there is a lot of subtitles you have to read and then try to follow along with.  ... Read more
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All Good Things

Based on a true story All Good Things follows David Marks (Ryan Gosling) as he meets the love of his life, Kathleen McCormack (Kristin Dunst) and follows them as their relationship begins to deteriorate until the day Kathleen goes missing and Marks is suspected of murdering her.... Read more
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Wonderful World

Matthew Broderick, in a role usually set aside for Bill Murray, plays Ben singer, a former children‘s folk singer whose jaded. To say he’s jaded doesn’t even do him justice. Ben may quite possibly be the most negative man in the world.... Read more
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Answer Man

Arlen Faber is the famous author of “Me And God”, a book that helped many through their problems and life questions. Now he is looked upon as a spiritual guide and in order to stay away from obsessed fans attempting to get the meaning of life from him Arlen has hidden himself away.... Read more
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Food Inc.

Food, Inc., the outstanding Robert Kenner documentary about the agriculture industry, is not an easy film to watch.  It’s a brutal, horrifying look at where our food comes from and what’s in it.  Because of that, it’s an incredibly important film to watch and think about.  Be aware that ... Read more
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