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Buster Keaton – Bad luck

www.youtube.com Buster Keaton in “The goat”, 1921. The great Buster Keaton. The greatest physical comdedian in cinema history. Buster Keaton Performing Stunts. The Goat is a 1921 short comedy film written, directed by and starring comedian Buster Keaton. The plot involves the complications that ensue when Buster Keaton is mistaken for the criminal “Dead Shot […]

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Rew Lowe – Clown/Physical Comedy Showreel – as Boris Boo Hoo in ‘The Ha Ha Hairies’

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Ratatouille Podcast #5: Linguini À La Carte

The animators at Pixar take physical comedy to a whole new level with Linguini – Remy’s unlikely partner in culinary crime!

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Two Movies New In Theaters: True Grit & Black Swan

HardyMag rates True Grit as a must see which is sure not to disappoint — whether or not you typically like Westerns. Black Swan is a jarring and surreal experience more akin to a horror film of the most disturbing variety.

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Two New Manly Movies Now In Theaters

We review two recently released movies that both target the male audience.

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Movie Review – The Tillman Story

Films to date have taken the form of both documentaries as well as fictional stories, and some have effectively conveyed the horrors of war while others have tanked. The Tillman Story — newly released in theaters now — will surely take its place among the best war movies since 9/11, if not all time.

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The Expendables – Movie Review

The Expendables is an action flick on steroids sure to please those who crave gratuitous violence. This movie should not be on the top of your list of date ideas — testosterone is a prerequisite to enjoyment of this ode to glorious mayhem and destruction.

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Movie Review — Winter’s Bone

Jennifer Lawrence gives an Oscar-worthy performance of this powerhouse movie written and directed by Debra Granik. Lawrence plays a gritty teen from rural Missouri named Ree Dolly.

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Perrier’s Bounty — Film Review

Perrier’s Bounty centers around its main character, Michael, in his desperate attempts to repay a loan shark. Having run up his debts and evaded payment for quite some time, the boom is finally going to be lowered by the nefarious lender (played by Brendan Gleeson) if Michael doesn’t come up with the funds.

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Movie Review: Kites

There are occasions — mostly relating to desiring to impress a girl — when a guy wants to find a decent artsy subtitled foreign flick in order to show off his more erudite side.

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