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    Lorenzo's Oil. Just to remind myself why I liked it the first time. It still holds up after 22 years.
    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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    Brazil. Interesting movie. I'd heard about it before, but never watched until today. A sort of satirical riff on "Nineteen Eighty-Four".


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    Queen to Play. It was slow but good themed.

    Funny cause it's about the queen having all the power in a chess game. But at the end of the movie one of the lines was, (paraphrasing) it's all just a game. I liked it overall. Definitely good dialogue.
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    Deliver Us From Evil was pretty beauxring.

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    My reluctant fascination with Russell Brand commanded me to watch The World According to Russell Brand, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him to the Greek during the past week. Great fun, but it'll probably be a while before I need another Brand fix.
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    I watched Noah, Darren Aronofsky's not unsuccessful attempt to showcase the various forms of ridiculousness inherent in the deluge myth.

    Also, who would have thought that Anthony Hopkins could find another role as unsuited to him as that of Odin? Or that Douglas Booth looks even more gorgeous with long hair?

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    I saw the movie Calvary the other night.

    It is a well made movie with top flight actors, excellent cinematography, wonderful scenery, marvellous Irish humour, a great story line, and completely topical.

    It is about child rape within the Roman Catholic Church.

    Naturally one would think it would expose the criminalty of Vatican, offer some redress to the victim, and perhaps question the role Catholic theology plays in child rape.

    But not a bit of it - the child rape victim ends up in jail, the criminality of the Vatican is not even mentioned once, instead we are offered an intelligent, humourous priest with personal integrity, as an innocent victim.

    And worse the Catholic theology of an innocent scapegoat dying for our sins is affirmed in spades.

    Yes, Calvary is an excellent propaganda movie which shows us what Catholics truly think about being caught raping tens of thousands of children and getting away with it.

    Calvary is top line propaganda de fide.

    No one does it better.

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    Been spending a lot of time at a NT dorkfriend's apartment.

    Am now obsessed with Doctor Who.

    Saw episodes here & there over the years randomly, always heard good things about it, but never got around to seeing the series in full.
    It's definitely my thing.

    Just finished Season 2 of the reboot. Watched a couple of the very old episodes, and, hokey as they are, I enjoy them immensely, as well.
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    I think tonight was the premiere of the new season of The Legend of Korra. I missed the first episode but the second one seems interesting.
    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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    I can't say Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was better than Rise, but the apes this time around are totally convincing 90% of the time. To all the vfx artists and animators, very nice work. Andy Serkis gets way too much credit and the ape animators deserved top billing every bit as much as Serkis did. He's really only a decent actor with the help of fx artists.

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