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Anime Reviews Utawarerumono

“Utawarerumono” is a twenty-six episode Japanese anime series directed by Tomoki Kobayashi and produced by Oriental Light and Magic, with its original run starting on April 3, 2006 and ending on September 25, 2006. ADV Films had obtained the North American license to the anime. The series is adapted from …

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Movie Reviews Sylvia

-The Tragic life of Sylvia Plath – – SYLVIA – Released in 2003 under the genre Biography/Drama,’Sylvia’ chronicles the turbulent life of Poet Sylvia Plath, and her seven year marriage to her husband Ted Hughes Starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Daniel Craig. The year is 1956 and the film opens with …

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To Sir with Love

“To Sir, with Love” was not only the name of this movie, but was also the very familiar song title by Lulu which is the British equivalent of the song by American singer Janis Ian’s “At Seventeen”. It bears the same nostalgia and is all about the emotional times that …

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Movie Reviews Super 8 2010

At first instance without considering the synopsis of the movie, scenes of the 1999 thriller “8MM” came to mind. Was this going to be another murder obsessed snuff film genre? The title “Super 8” definitely seems to give it that sordid imagery. But the opening scene of the movie starts with …

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Britney Spears Stalks off Stage in Vancouver

Pop singing star Britney Spears complained of the clouds of audience smoke, and stalked off stage shortly after beginning her performance last week in Vancouver’s GM Stadium. After 30 minutes of angry boos, foot stomping and yelling by the crowd, she reluctantly came back and finished her concert. Britney’s Vancouver …

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Is Britney Spears Bipolar

Only a trained psychologist who’d undertaken extensive personal sessions with Britney could truly make a diagnosis of bi-polar disorder. That said, as with most things in life, that doesn’t mean the subject isn’t open to speculation. So speculate I shall. Bi-polar disorder (or manic-depression) isn’t an illness that can be …

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Movie Reviews Die Hard Dracula

Die Hard Dracula (1998) Starring Bruce Glover, Kerry Dustin, Denny Sachen, Ernest Garcia, Chaba Hrotko, Tom McGowan, Talia Botone, Nathalie Huot, Peter Horak, John Slavik, Robert Coppola, Alex Vital. Directed by Peter Horak. Running time: 90 minutes. Rating: Restricted (Brief nudity, sexuality, coarse language) “I’m an American!And we’re TOUGH!” California …

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Movie Reviews You’ve got Mail 1998

“Mail’s” Spartan Sets Aptly Send the Audience Where It Belongs: Consumed in Its Characters Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) and Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) are one of the two people in the world getting fired for playing solitaire (and falling in love) on-line. Nevertheless, “You’ve Got Mail” is in no way …

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