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  • This seriously has to be one of the sexiest bikinis of all time. I have to admit that I would want to wear bright red lipstick and pumps with this too, despite the fact that it would be completely impractical.

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  • However disturbing this may be, it warrants a review.

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  • Maybe you don't like your family very much and game night is a chore. When it's your time to recommend a game go with this... at least you'll get to shock your relatives, and if they hate it maybe they won't ask you to play again... Maybe you don't like your family very much and game night is a chore. When it's your time to recommend a game go with this... at least you'll get to shock your relatives, and if they hate it maybe they won't ask you to play again?

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  • Gritty, gripping and an utterly magnetic turn by Ryan Gosling (who has done nothing but the highest quality work since this film introduced him). Gosling plays Danny Balint, a neo-nazi skinhead who is living an impossibly cont... Gritty, gripping and an utterly magnetic turn by Ryan Gosling (who has done nothing but the highest quality work since this film introduced him). Gosling plays Danny Balint, a neo-nazi skinhead who is living an impossibly contradictory life because he's also a Jew. Violent, articulate and terrifyingly charismatic, Balint's only saving grace (weakness?) is what drives his hatred - his Judaism. This isn't an easy film and saying that is a vast understatement. It's brutally violent, frightening but also important.

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  • A boy meets a girl in a cafe. This is their first face-to-face meeting because they've met online. It's like any other date except that he's 32 and she's 14. What happens next will suprise you. Patrick Wilson in a thankless ro... A boy meets a girl in a cafe. This is their first face-to-face meeting because they've met online. It's like any other date except that he's 32 and she's 14. What happens next will suprise you. Patrick Wilson in a thankless role and the astounding Ellen Page star in this intense, riveting and terrifying film. I bet you'll breath only three times watching it.

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  • Christian Bale has made a lot of good movies, and this is one of them. He plays a machinist in a factory who's an insomniac. He hasn't slept in a full year and is on the edge of madness. Which doesn't go over well when you're work... Christian Bale has made a lot of good movies, and this is one of them. He plays a machinist in a factory who's an insomniac. He hasn't slept in a full year and is on the edge of madness. Which doesn't go over well when you're working with heavy machinery. Needless to say, strange things begin to happen and he can't discern who's real and who's a hallucination. Can you?

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  • WOW~! Over 6 carats of diamonds and the huge price tag. Could not locate the actual price, but similar watches by Audemars were well over 30K.

  • I've secretly juiced up these "games" for some of my own fun... "So you say you didn't look at that girl's butt? why not PROVE it, eh?" I wonder why my first dates never turn into second dates...

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  • "Charlatan" is a thoroughly entertaining and historical account of events that so captures the flavor of an era, and with such a wildly improbable cast of characters, it rivals "Ragtime." What intensifies its impact is that it's ... "Charlatan" is a thoroughly entertaining and historical account of events that so captures the flavor of an era, and with such a wildly improbable cast of characters, it rivals "Ragtime." What intensifies its impact is that it's not fiction--in fact, you couldn't make up this kind of weird stuff! (Well, unless you're the Coen Brothers...maybe they'll be interested in the movie rights.) What struck me was the parallel between how easily an arch con man exploited an unwitting public looking for miracles then and the willingness of the American public today to be gulled by the contemporary cast of political and economic spinmasters. Brock's account perfectly illustrates the rise of public relations (corporations telling people what they think and what they want) to an art form. Plus you've got to love his masterful writing and wry observations.

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  • Now I actually own this "generation" of the original game "Operation." I don't know why I haven't recommended it before because its the coolest. Use the tweezers to remove all kinds of weapons from this thug and hear him scream an... Now I actually own this "generation" of the original game "Operation." I don't know why I haven't recommended it before because its the coolest. Use the tweezers to remove all kinds of weapons from this thug and hear him scream and moan, and an added bonus of a slight shock. What could be more fun?

  • Its almost like a video game but a lot more real. You and a friend independently drive a tank and try to shoot each other, but once your tank gets shot your controller emits an electric shock and you feel the pain.

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  • This spiteful general knowledge quiz requires both brains and bravado because every time players answer incorrectly they receive a nasty electric shock.

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  • Villa Delirium: a wonderful catalogue of the ceramic "Disasterware" (TM) made by artist Charles Krafft. Apart from commemorative plates of disasters, it documents "life-size ceramic weaponry so gorgeous and patently functionles... Villa Delirium: a wonderful catalogue of the ceramic "Disasterware" (TM) made by artist Charles Krafft. Apart from commemorative plates of disasters, it documents "life-size ceramic weaponry so gorgeous and patently functionless that it will bedazzle and confound everyone who sees it." (description by the artist) Absolutely original and provocative, the porcelain art pieces by Charles Krafft are shocking and darkly funny at the same time. Krafft, at 60 "the oldest promising young artist in the Pacific Northwest", has his roots in the 60's counter culture and 80's industrial scene. Ironically, globalization has us not living in a Global Village, but a "Villa Delirium": a resurgence of regionalism, tribalism, ethnicity and religion, and a willingness to go to extremes for them. Many art pieces from this book were copied in Delft Blauw porcelain after rifles borrowed from Ljubljana arms dealers in 1995, and painted in the inglaze technique a circle of old blue-haired ladies had taught Krafft. "While his jocular explorations of human catastrophe may make those who share his dusky sense of humor chortle, they also force the viewer to look at mankind's cruelest, most absurd behavior in a way that penetrates the numbness induced by media overload." the Salon wrote. The book brilliantly proves why unacademic art can be so great and surprising.

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  • As this game wouldn't be suitable for young children, It does have some interest to it for teenagers. This ball will shock you if it decides time runs out, sounds like fun to me.

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