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4 months, 3 weeks ago
I just discovered this wonderful television series after reading Lauren Graham's amusing novel "Someday, Someday, Maybe".
1 year, 7 months ago
Just finished this crime noire first novel by Scott Sparling. It's got a Memento vibe going. Read it. Seriously.
Incredible technique in creating what look like old pictures until you notice the inclusion of modern touches.
This is the most amazing commercial I have ever seen.
1 year, 12 months ago
What children’s drawings would look like if painted realistically.
2 years, 1 month ago
What a clever and relatively inexpensive way to make your haunted house spooky.
2 years, 2 months ago
"Not Tom is a design studio based in London specialising in exhibition and furniture design."
Most amusing. Pancake Floor Pillows and there are butter pat pillows.
Everything depends on everything. This will give you chills. A film shot in everyone country in the world on a single day.
Horse drawn carriages transport you on Mackinac Island. No motor vehicles allowed. There are lots of charming places to stay but nothing as opulent as the Grand Hotel perched above the town.
Kookyukie commented 2 years, 2 months ago
Looks a bit like Churchill Downs!
There's a whole series of these incredible instructional messages on how to drink and cook. They are terribly addictive and WACKY.
jamesrathmell commented 2 years, 1 month ago
"At brunch people whine about problems that aren't actually problems. So let's do a little bit of that..."
Heard this playing in a store in NYC a number of years ago and bought it immediately.
The Cool Hunter finds all the places that will take your breath away.
Philip Scott Johnson put this glimpse of feminine beauty together.
Is it the piano or the horns or the perfectly joyful rendition of this anthem to life? I don't know but you can't be down when Billy Preston sings this!
mattspitz commented 2 years, 2 months ago
Great singers. They make it look so easy. Great editing too. Wow!
As life imitates art, you can watch this movie over and over again and still enjoy Bill Murray live his life over and over again.
I love this.
Completely draws you into the desolate and desperate landscape. Haunting.
Need to see this. Wonder what's more depressing, the movie or the book?
anncholt commented 2 years, 2 months ago
Very rarely, if ever, does the movie on the screen achieve the movie in my mind.
This book continues to haunt me. It could happen so easily.
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