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FEB 03
Silver Linings Playbook
By Mr. Moon
5 out of 5 stars
Silver Linings Playbook
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bradley cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert DeNiro, movie review, Comedy, Romantic Comedy
JAN 10
Django Unchained
By Mr. Moon
5 out of 5 stars
Django Unchained
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movie review, Django, Django Unchained, samuel l. jackson, Jamie Fox, christoph waltz, quentin tarantino, leonardo dicaprio, western, slavery, revenge, south, cowboy, dentist, bounty hunter, wanted, mobs, horses, damsil, german
DEC 26
Mr. Moon Reviews: Jack Reacher
By Mr. Moon
4 out of 5 stars
Mr. Moon Reviews: Jack Reacher
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Jack Reacher, Crime, Drama, Tom Cruise, novel, series, Military, Army Police, movie review
NOV 03
@totencough's Twittereview Roundup: True Grit, Expendables, Drive
By Brad Hodson
@totencough's Twittereview Roundup: True Grit, Expendables, Drive
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movie review, Movie Reviews, true grit, Drive, expendables, expendables 2 movie review, twitter movie review, mirror mirror, misery, stolen, roger deakins, carter burwell, coen brothers, sly stallone, nicolas winding refn, christopher nolan, following, the muppets, red tails, danny huston, julia roberts
AUG 17
Dark Knight Rises
By Mr. Moon
4 out of 5 stars
Dark Knight Rises
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movie review, Movie, dark knight, rises, batman, christain baile, tom hardy, robin, catwoman, bane
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Shutter #1
When an obsessive inventor builds a camera that can actually take men's souls, this unusual device sets in motion events that could bring about a calamity of apocalyptic proportions. Shutter is a sweeping tale of the darkness that lay inside the soul of every man that went West.
Four Knaves Print
Jack Torrance, Jack Skellington, Jack Burton, and Jack Sparrow.
Tron Legacy 11 x 17 Print
Go back to the grid with this Tron Legacy poster art print depicting a scene from Disney's Tron Legacy (2010). This Tron art print features Quorra and Sam in the virtual world.
Metropolis 11 x 17 Print
A scene from the 1927 film Metropolis, this depicts a direct frame of the film where Rotwang (the inventor) displays his newest creation, a human-imitating robotic wonder to Joh Fredersen.
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