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Thank you for smoking script review

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A few days ago, I was browsing the film literature section of my university’s library when a title caught my eye: Thank You For Smoking: The Shooting Script. I had heard of the movie offhand when it came out several years ago, but I had never thought that it would be a movie that I would see, or a screenplay that I would read…

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42 movie review

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The new Jackie Robinson biopic 42 could have just as easily been titled Race-ball. We’ve seen it before: a hyper-inspirational movie about overcoming racial equality (through sports, no less) that makes the audience feel really good about not being racist, but doesn’t actually tackle anything new or show racism for the monster it is…

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Movie Franchise to TV Series.

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MTV Networks is ready to adapt another movie into a TV series. Get ready to SCREAM! The network will produce a pilot for a TV-series adaptation of the popular horror films. The series would reinvent the horror-comedy franchise that began with the original release in 1996, which was written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Wes Craven…

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The “C” word!

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I discussed the “C” word very heavily with my friend on the phone last night. You know, that thing you often think about, just wondering how nice it might be… That thing you haven’t tried yet but you finally have enough money to afford… That… Coverage!…

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Backdoor Pilots

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For those who don’t watch “The Vampire Diaries” on a regular basis, tonight’s episode of TVD, entitled “The Originals,” finds Klaus (played by Joseph Morgan) traveling down to New Orleans after finding out that the witches in the French Quarter are plotting against him. Naturally, Klaus heads down to the Quarter, alongside his brother, Elijah (played by Daniel Gillies) in order to investigate…

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