Through-the-Eyes

Through-the-Eyes

Slap Shot

Slap Shot

Slap Shot is one of the classic comedies of all time. Paul Newman is incredible. In fact, all of hte actors are fantastic. If you don't laugh with the Hanson brothers (OK, maybe it is at them a few times) you have no sense of humor. Plus, seeing the 70s through the eyes of an industrial town gone bust is interesting. If you haven't seen Slap Shot, head over the video store (are they still called that now that they only have DVDs?) or bring up your Netflix wishlist and rent this movie. Oh wait, you can just click the link above here and buy it!

  • i just started reading it and it's a really great book! "Rediscover the joy of home cooking through the eyes of one Brooklynite who swore off restaurants for two years. The story behind the scenes of the blog Not Eating Out in ... i just started reading it and it's a really great book! "Rediscover the joy of home cooking through the eyes of one Brooklynite who swore off restaurants for two years. The story behind the scenes of the blog Not Eating Out in New York, The Art of Eating In chronicles Cathy Erway's journey through the underground of NYC eating, and her favorite recipes along the way. Two years, three apartments, countless food events and some strange restaurant-free “dates” later, she was able to turn eating in into something of an art, rather than mere survival method."

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  • Take a unique guided tour of France as seen through the eyes of Marie herself. Since Sophia Coppola directed Marie-Antoinette, Versailles has opened up parts of her royal domain, never seen before by the public. You will now have ... Take a unique guided tour of France as seen through the eyes of Marie herself. Since Sophia Coppola directed Marie-Antoinette, Versailles has opened up parts of her royal domain, never seen before by the public. You will now have a chance to visit the Queen's hamlet where she made butter and cheese, her theatre, where she starred as Rosine in the Barber of Seville as her own maids looked on, and walk to the Temple of Love, where she held her secret trysts. You will also visit the Petit and Grand Trianon, and can organize this visit around a morning tour of the Conciergerie, where she spent her final days before going to the guillotine.

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  • In Alejandro Agresti's "Valentin" the view of the world is seen through the eyes of eight year old Valentin who is an adult stuck in a boy's body. Unfortunately he has to deal with an ailing grandmother, an absent father while lon... In Alejandro Agresti's "Valentin" the view of the world is seen through the eyes of eight year old Valentin who is an adult stuck in a boy's body. Unfortunately he has to deal with an ailing grandmother, an absent father while longing for a mother whom he does not remember. This film will definately warm your heart.

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  • Woodstock Peace, Music & Memories by Brad Littleproud and Joanne Hague is a collection of photos (most never before seen) and memories as told through the eyes of Woodstock 1969 attendees. 256 pages filled with 350 color, sepi... Woodstock Peace, Music & Memories by Brad Littleproud and Joanne Hague is a collection of photos (most never before seen) and memories as told through the eyes of Woodstock 1969 attendees. 256 pages filled with 350 color, sepia-tone and black and white photos; interviews with performers including Carlos Santana and Mountain, as well as attendees, with a special section of Woodstock memorabilia. As being one of the 100 contributors of photos and stories I am so proud and excited to see this retrospect come to life. From the foreward written by Artie Kornfeld to the epilogue by Wavy Gravy you'll feel yourself getting transported back in time to the summer of 1969 and the weekend called Woodstock.

  • Machuca is a coming of age story about two young boys, one upper class, the other lower class growing up in the early 1970's before the chilean military coup in 1973. Director Andreas Wood shows us a rare glimpse of this period o... Machuca is a coming of age story about two young boys, one upper class, the other lower class growing up in the early 1970's before the chilean military coup in 1973. Director Andreas Wood shows us a rare glimpse of this period of time in Chile. In addition, the story is told through the eyes of a young boy who must adapt to change sooner than he is able to understand.

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  • see New York through the eyes of designers, architects, and cultural anthropologists. A great travel book or a feast for the eyes and senses while you daydream about your next trip.

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  • Yet another successful miniseries from HBO. The adapted show is a geniune and detailed reflection on the first 40 days of the Iraq war, told through the eyes of the Marines of the First Recon Battalion.

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  • this album is the best to listen to on a long drive when you're stuck in the car anyway. there's a series of 6 albums that tell this really beautiful sci-fi story so you can day dream to your hearts content and get carried away on... this album is the best to listen to on a long drive when you're stuck in the car anyway. there's a series of 6 albums that tell this really beautiful sci-fi story so you can day dream to your hearts content and get carried away on their truly epic sound wave.

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  • by Mark Lichterman ISBN 978-0-646-49216-2 736 pages, $24.95 WARNING: "Becoming" contains frequent and explicit sex. Do you remember... The first time you inhaled a cigarette? Your first swallow of hard liquor? The thr... by Mark Lichterman ISBN 978-0-646-49216-2 736 pages, $24.95 WARNING: "Becoming" contains frequent and explicit sex. Do you remember... The first time you inhaled a cigarette? Your first swallow of hard liquor? The thrill of the first exploration of the body of your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife... your own body? Your first orgasm? Remember when as a people we loved America, and showed it? Then you might be ready for a nostalgic, funny, romantic, sexually frustrating novel. A novel that may remind many of us of ourselves, “way back then,” when God’s most mysterious creation was the opposite sex. A novel about life and the often funny, sometimes sad, day-to-day things that stir the memories of our lives. Reminiscent of the Neil Simon trilogy, Philip Roth’s Portnoy’s Complaint and the humorous writing of Jean Shepherd in the mid and late sixties; uniquely original, we are introduced to five-year-old Mitchie in 1939 in an ethnically diverse, lower middle-class neighborhood on the west side of Chicago. As children do, subtly growing over the next sixteen years, seeing World War Two through the eyes of this Jewish child, and later, lying about his age, joining the National Guard, “’cause girls love guys in uniform.” Accidentally getting caught up in the Korean war at age fifteen, Becoming follows Mitchell’s life in a series of nostalgic, comical, romantic, sad and — because “those” situations with girls, and later women, rarely conclude as young men hope — vividly described, extremely funny sexual situations. Becoming climaxes hilariously in 1955, in Brighton Beach, New York, when Mitchell is twenty-one and a man… or, because it takes more than age and size to “become” one... the semblance of a man.

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  • Mosquito Coast! This is a terrific movie from the 80's starring Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren and River Pheonix that I need to watch again. Ford plays a married man who charismatically lectures on the hypocrisy and corruption of A... Mosquito Coast! This is a terrific movie from the 80's starring Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren and River Pheonix that I need to watch again. Ford plays a married man who charismatically lectures on the hypocrisy and corruption of America to anyone who will listen. Especially his family. So He decides to take his family back to nature and live off the land in the rural rainforest of South America. Trouble arises when he buts heads with missionaries and bandits. The movie is kind of told through the eyes of the son played by Pheonix as he sees his father become unglued and his family threatened.

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  • What's the masculine form of 'fashionist?' Well, if you know him, then he needs this book, which reviews occasional dressing through the eyes of fictional characters and the style they possessed on-screen, men everywhere will be t... What's the masculine form of 'fashionist?' Well, if you know him, then he needs this book, which reviews occasional dressing through the eyes of fictional characters and the style they possessed on-screen, men everywhere will be taking direction from some of the most fashionable scenes in the history of cinema.

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  • Because I wrote it. It's funny. And you'll love it.

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  • I wrote it. "Beware the vacuum. The vacuum is evil. The vacuum will eat you, and eat the sofa, and eat the children. You are not afraid of the vacuum. You will stop the vacuum at all costs. If there is one thing you know about you... I wrote it. "Beware the vacuum. The vacuum is evil. The vacuum will eat you, and eat the sofa, and eat the children. You are not afraid of the vacuum. You will stop the vacuum at all costs. If there is one thing you know about your time with your people, you know that you must rid this home of the vacuum." It's funny. You'll love it. I hope. If you don't? Well. You can go ahead and tell me. I don't mind. And blessings.

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  • DJ Krust has been a long time favorite, the way he brings tracks in needs to be witnessed, I've seen him do several sets before and he really can read the energy of the audience. Check out his homegrown 'Freak Show' and Reel Time'... DJ Krust has been a long time favorite, the way he brings tracks in needs to be witnessed, I've seen him do several sets before and he really can read the energy of the audience. Check out his homegrown 'Freak Show' and Reel Time's 'Mine' to get an idea of the tracks he likes and how he can mix.

  • I looked at his work and saw Fashion. But I saw it through the eyes of the model. People became fashion subjects...not models. Really great work.

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  • I joined this last year and love visiting the site to see all the new additions. Great concept, nice execution, wonderful purpose- for charity. It's the world's largest art project. You join, get your own little niche to decorate ... I joined this last year and love visiting the site to see all the new additions. Great concept, nice execution, wonderful purpose- for charity. It's the world's largest art project. You join, get your own little niche to decorate and then it's added to the big picture. From the site: The One Million Masterpiece is a global arts project. As a community we are creating a piece of artwork that will provide a unique snapshot of modern society through the eyes of one million people scattered across the world. To do this we are asking artists and non-artists alike to complete one small square of a giant digital canvas. The project is supported by the largest online arts communities, is an official world record holder and aims to raise $5 million for charitable causes.

  • Only my favorite coffee table book of all time. Well that and all of my other favorites. Lartigue was given a camera as a young boy in the late 1800's and he chronicled his life in France in photos until the war began in 1914. ... Only my favorite coffee table book of all time. Well that and all of my other favorites. Lartigue was given a camera as a young boy in the late 1800's and he chronicled his life in France in photos until the war began in 1914. It really is The Gilded Age as he shows everything from wild self-built toys, to the innovation of cars to crazy imaginative flying machines. Women on the beach in full dress with umbrellas, and men swimming in pants, waistcoat and jackets. The progression of fashion and drumbeat towards war - all shown through the eyes of a boy with his diminutive camera whose work is so remarkable it rivals anything seen today.

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  • This is my favorite version of Alice (get Alice Through the Looking Glass as well.) I first viewed it through the eyes of a child, so the not-so-perfect makeup and costuming pre-CGI from the 80's doesn't bother me. The songs are g... This is my favorite version of Alice (get Alice Through the Looking Glass as well.) I first viewed it through the eyes of a child, so the not-so-perfect makeup and costuming pre-CGI from the 80's doesn't bother me. The songs are great and I love the All Star cast with John Stamos, Carol Channing, Sammy Davis Jr. etc.

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  • An inspiring true story of the birth of a new American family, as seen through the eyes of their English language tutor. The author is drawn into the lives of a Russian refugee family and discovers that they have as much to teach ... An inspiring true story of the birth of a new American family, as seen through the eyes of their English language tutor. The author is drawn into the lives of a Russian refugee family and discovers that they have as much to teach him as he has to teach them. Mr. Moehl’s inspiring story is especially useful to ESL teachers and those who support refugee families in their adaptation to American life.

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