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Last Days of Disco DVD

Last Days of Disco DVD

This is a perfect Whit Stillman movie - serious, stilted, with its own moral universe, and funny in a self-conscious WASPy way.

  • One of the most sharpen screenplays for tv and a smart intriguing protagonist that makes you wonder about life, work and everything else.

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  • Hey man, does this place have an outlet I can plug my Macbook into? I'm in a creative zone right now and don't want to lose it. See, I'm in the final stages of my screenplay. Think "Gone with the Wind meets Pinocchio" but in Harle... Hey man, does this place have an outlet I can plug my Macbook into? I'm in a creative zone right now and don't want to lose it. See, I'm in the final stages of my screenplay. Think "Gone with the Wind meets Pinocchio" but in Harlem. Yeah, I know, it's pretty ambitious. But any groundbreaking piece of art always sounds a little crazy at first. $19 Men's tshirt

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  • Growing up isn't always fun, and it is often downright befuddling, as author and screenwriter Dave Eggers so raucously illustrates in his novelization of "Where the Wild Things Are." Drawing upon Max's furry-friended dream sequen... Growing up isn't always fun, and it is often downright befuddling, as author and screenwriter Dave Eggers so raucously illustrates in his novelization of "Where the Wild Things Are." Drawing upon Max's furry-friended dream sequence as originally devised by Maurice Sendak, Eggers exposes the feisty animal spirit at the core of one young human named Max. A gift of inspiration for big kids, ages 12 and up.

  • Ilene Beckerman's memoir "Love, loss and What I Wore" poignantly and humorously conveyed the memories attached to various pieces of clothing she owned. And, now, ever so cleverly, Nora and Delia Ephron have adapted this fashion-i... Ilene Beckerman's memoir "Love, loss and What I Wore" poignantly and humorously conveyed the memories attached to various pieces of clothing she owned. And, now, ever so cleverly, Nora and Delia Ephron have adapted this fashion-inspired tale for the stage. A rotating cast of characters, including Meg Ryan, Rosie O'Donnell, Rita Wilson and Kristin Chenoweth, will bring their own unique twist to the tale. If you cannot catch it on stage, you can still participate by submitting your own story to ELLE magazine. What YOU wore may just become the next off-Broadway hit.

  • I'll never forget when i first watched this in grade school.The whole class was spellbound!lol! Thismovie won an 1957 Oscar for the best original screenplay.Well deserved.Check it out!

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  • This notebook from MUJI is so fun to have. It can either look minimalist if you want to leave it blank, or you can be like me and write random quotes from lectures, conversations, screenplays, songs, and books all over the cover.... This notebook from MUJI is so fun to have. It can either look minimalist if you want to leave it blank, or you can be like me and write random quotes from lectures, conversations, screenplays, songs, and books all over the cover.

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  • A Ben stiller Movie that maybe a lot of people haven't seen. Its a good one. It's based on the life of Jerry Stahl, the writer of the TV show ALF, who at the time was a hot shot Hollywood writer with a blockbuster sized drug habi... A Ben stiller Movie that maybe a lot of people haven't seen. Its a good one. It's based on the life of Jerry Stahl, the writer of the TV show ALF, who at the time was a hot shot Hollywood writer with a blockbuster sized drug habit. A film about the trappings of fame and success in Tinseltown. Oh, and ALF makes a cameo in his drug fueled hallucinations.

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  • TIM robbins is so young and handsome in this GREAT movie. Robbins plays a banker in jail on a murder charge. He believe he was also nominated for an academy award. Extra points for Tim!

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  • George Clooney will topline, and his Smoke House partner Grant Heslov will helm, “Men Who Stare at Goats.” Pic is an adaptation of British journalist Jon Ronson’s book about the U.S. Army’s First Earth Battalion, a unit that was t... George Clooney will topline, and his Smoke House partner Grant Heslov will helm, “Men Who Stare at Goats.” Pic is an adaptation of British journalist Jon Ronson’s book about the U.S. Army’s First Earth Battalion, a unit that was to use paranormal powers. Title refers to the notion that one can kill a goat by staring at it. Script was penned by Brit Peter Straughan (”How to Lose Friends and Alienate People”). The project has been around for some time, but international buyers only just received the script this week as the Cannes fest and market got started. Script topped the 2007 Brit List of best unproduced screenplays. Financing and producing mix, which is still in flux, is expected to include Winchester, BBC Films and Mandate Pictures.

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  • The ultimate gift for fans of the quirky director. The 544 page book includes photographs, sketches, correspondence and artwork from Kubrick's personal archives. It also contains articles and interviews with Kubrick and an audio ... The ultimate gift for fans of the quirky director. The 544 page book includes photographs, sketches, correspondence and artwork from Kubrick's personal archives. It also contains articles and interviews with Kubrick and an audio CD which features a 70 minute interview with Kubrick. Books in the first print run include a twelve-frame film strip from a 70 mm print of 2001: A Space Odyssey. The book costs $200

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  • Great suspense thriller with losts of twists and turns. "The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist." The movie did a great job living up to this key line.

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