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Zero Dark Thirty

Maya is highly smart she gets recruited into the CIA right after high school. For 12 long years, almost her entire career in the CIA, she focuses with ferocity on the hunt to find Osama Bin Laden. Played with fierceness … Continue reading

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Favorite Films of Mid-2012

The first half of this year will be over in a few hours. I have not watched as many films (again!) as I would have wanted to due to work and numerous travels over the summer. Here are a list … Continue reading

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Films of 2011

I watched a paltry 97 films last year, averaging 8 films a month. I know that number seems a lot but there was a year I came close to 150. Or was it 200? Dismal, really. I’ll try to make … Continue reading

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A Game of Thrones

Loyalty. Politics. Romance. Conspiracy. Incest. Betrayal. Murder. Witchcraft. Sex. All of these make George R. R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones, the first book in a seven-part series, a very good read. In aGoT we are introduced to the Starks … Continue reading

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Another Year

Do you fear growing old alone? Envying those who have spouses or partners. Always the third wheel. Immensely trying to look at the bright side of things, but at the end of the day the smile turns into a frown … Continue reading

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One Day

I wanted to read a book that was an easy and fast read, one that if if it were a movie would be described as “popcorn movie”. One Day was the lucky book. It chronicles the story of Dexter and … Continue reading

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Crazy Stupid Love

Crazy Stupid Love is a surprisingly touching film about the soul’s search for its mate and when found strives to resuscitate it when it has drowned and fighting for life. The film perfectly balances Steve Carell’s brand of comedy and … Continue reading

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