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    Michael Keaton has had a career you would have to call interesting. From being and 80’s comedy giant with some of my favorites “Mr. Mom”, “Johnny Dangerously”, and “Beetlejuice” to becoming a superhero icon with 1989’s “Batman” where he was instantly identified as that character much like Christopher Reeve was with “Superman”. After turning in two performances […]

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    In 2000, before he was one of the biggest directors on the earth, Christopher Nolan and his brother Jonathan wrote a movie called “Memento”, about a guy who had short-term amnesia. What would that be like; when everyday you woke up you couldn’t remember what and who you were? I don’t know how I would […]

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    There are plenty of ghost stories that are out there, but more often than not they go for the cheap scares. To me what is the best tool to generate a good scare is your own imagination, you picturing what could happen instead of seeing it. How many times at night as you lie alone […]

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    There are decades of films about the heroics and horrors of war, but most of those films leave the story on the battle field. While there have been many great films about what happens during combat, films like “Born on the Fourth of July”, The Deer Hunter”, and “In the Valley of Elah” show you […]

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