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The Fountain

Yeah.  It’s that little known movie with Hugh Jackman that follows three parallel story lines in a metaphysical tale of life, death, and rebirth.  Jackman plays a research scientist, desperately trying to find a cure for his wife’s terminal brain … Continue reading →

Delicatessen

How could I resist a French film about a clown and cannibals in a dystopian 1940’s setting?  Delicatessen was vaguely horror, vaguely humor, and vaguely Steampunk without the gears. Louison, a former clown, is desperate for employment.  He answers an … Continue reading →

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