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Flashback: Another View Of Parallax Mike Roberts ************ 45 Years Ago Today the best political conspiracy film of the 70’s ( a decade laden with conspiracy films) made its theatrical debut... It boasts a tremendous,understated performance by Warren Beatty (who appears in practically e...
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Great film. Not your typical van Damme beat 'em up. Highly recommend it.
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Unlike some 90's films like "Singles" and "Reality Bites", this was my real coming of age movie milestone. It tackles its subject to the ground and once there, holds it endlessly in order to show what I considered the hypocrisy of modern religion. However at the same time...
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This is one of those films that should not be, but actually is cleanly insinuated with my childhood, thanks to the invention and premiere of The Movie Channel. And of course being a child when I saw it, introduced me to the world of the psychological issues for my age group, and how adults handle...
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The film itself is accurate as far as the weight a psychic ability upon the emotional health of a human being, for both the talent and those connected to them who do not have this talent in any form, in this case his wife and sister in law. There are times when it comes across as an addiction/co-...
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There are a number of very endearing scenes in this movie. As you watch it over and over you, as with most unremarkable films, spot the scenes you really like and tend to jump back and forth between them in order to extract whatever potential joy there is from them. I just watched the trailer ...
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When I first watched Brazil, I couldn't understand why there was so much interest in the movie. I researched it online and found that people seemed to think it was a great movie and on forums some people thought it was their favorite one. Now, even though that was the case I still took it wi...
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I watched this movie some time ago (I suppose it was 2007!) and when I left the theater I was a little miffed. I couldn't tell why, initially, but after I talked it over with my movie going partner (who hated the film and knew why she hated it) I came to understand why although this movie...
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There are lots of reasons to love this movie. You have the action packed hockey scenes which, silly as they are, actually serve to engage you emotionally for hockey is life for these quacks, and just like a warzone certain parts are played by the snipers, and others are the blunt objects of destr...
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