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Monday, November 22nd, 2010 11:17 pm GMT -5 | | No comments | By:
Due Date

I love movies like this because they deliver exactly what they advertise. You know what type of movie you are in for and can simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the comedy. I do like movies that require more thought, but occasionally you want the mindless entertainment. This is exactly what I expect from director Todd Phillips. The movie had a plot, a few moments with some heart to it, and …

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Monday, November 22nd, 2010 11:05 pm GMT -5 | | 3 Comments | By:
Megamind

This was a pretty good movie. I just want to make clear that I did enjoy the movie before I get in to a couple issues with the movie industry the movie brought to mind.
First, I really hate when something that should have been a big reveal moment is totally given away by the previews. The writers and creators had a great plot twist (Metro Man didn’t die) that could have been a …

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Monday, November 22nd, 2010 01:56 am GMT -5 | | No comments | By:
Song from Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – Harry Dances with Hermione

I saw Harry Potter this weekend and I love it. I’m still collecting my thoughts for a full review but wanted to share something you might find helpful. In the scene where Harry dances with Hermione the song that plays stood out to me so I did some research. Turns out it’s O Children by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
Click on the album cover to get the song:

Update: The LA Times talks about how …

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Monday, November 15th, 2010 12:53 am GMT -5 | | No comments | By:
Community Season 2, Episode 8: Cooperative Calligraphy

Hey gang. First let me issue a few apologies. It’s been a crazy hectic few days and I havent been able to rewatch this past week’s episode til tonight. In case you didn’t catch it, this week was a bottle episode.

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Thursday, November 11th, 2010 01:05 am GMT -5 | | 4 Comments | By:
In the living room there was a piano

This song is One of These Days by Michelle Branch. It’s not a great song, it might not even be a good song. I’ll never know because it means so much more to me than the derivative pop that it probably is. For me it’s wrapped up in a story, in a moment of meaning that I’ll never forget and from which this song cannot be extricated.