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Analyzing Typographic Pitfalls from the movie THE ARTIST by Mark Simonson

The Artist overview via annayas.com The Artist mimics the look and feel of a late 1920s silent film. The sets, the costumes, the makeup, the lighting, the camera work, the acting—even the way it’s written—makes you almost believe you are watching …

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Best Movies Posters of 2010 – Buried

via blog.80millionmoviesfree.com Yahoo! actually has this really cool feature of the best and worst movie posters and I agree with 95% of them. Really amazing work that for some reason I didn’t really pay attention to this year with the exception …

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RIP Leslie Nielsen – The Funniest Dude On Earth

via people.com Oh man, this sucks. Leslie is one of the funniest bastards on the planet. I own the Naked Gun trilogy and still think it’s the funniest movies ever made. I have seen them a zillion times and every time I go back I find new details a…

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What Dreams May Come – Inspired Inception?

After suffering the loss of their two children, Chris and Annie barely survive. When Chris also passes Annie’s grief is unbearable. Although Chris is reborn in Heaven, without his Annie there is no Heaven. Annie’s attempts to go on fail and she ta…

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We Love New York … in the Movies | Inside Movies

via insidemovies.moviefone.com New York City throughout movie history Love this idea! Love this city. More than anything in the world. Its indescribable.

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