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Monday, September 1, 2008

A moment of your time, please.

It's hard to put the feelings into words , when an art form reaches it's pinnacle, when with one sweeping statement it says so much about the human condition that the mind can only assume that the matter is closed. As it unfolds itself before your eyes, cosmic truths long hidden from man are suddenly made clear, and we as a species are lifted up beyond our mundane existence and touch the infinite.

Today we are discussing the art of the cinema. And the nascent work of the auteur Joel Schumacher. I am of course referring to D.C. Cab
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Words are unnecessary. Cinematic Genius:

Irene Cara, we hardly knew ye.

I haven't seen this movie since it was on heavy rotation on HBO back in the 80's. They ran it daily, usually between 3 and 6. What I had forgotten was that Adam Baldwin was in it.

Look, it's lil' Jayne :


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