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Movie Barcode: The Assasination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
There are several of these I would proudly hang on my wall.
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Movie Barcode: The Assasination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

There are several of these I would proudly hang on my wall.

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Back to the Future 2 Concept Art

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The Ballad of Colton Harris-Moore

It would be well worth your time to read this fascinating article from the January 2010 issue of Outside Magazine: Bob Friel’s The Ballad of Colton Harris-Moore. Friel has been following the story of Harris-Moore for a long time now. The article is basically what got Friel the book deal for Taking Flight: The Hunt for a Young Outlaw (in the works), the film rights of which were recently acquired by David Gordon Green, Danny McBride & Jody Hill’s Rough House Pictures. Things on that end should speed up a bit now, as the ongoing saga reached a pretty solid conclusion this past Sunday when Harris-Moore was captured in the Bahamas after a high-speed boat chase.

It’s also been pretty interesting reading the updates on Colton on Friel’s blog, Outlaws & Outcasts.

"DMC-12 Art Print" by Anville

"DMC-12 Art Print" by Anville

GET OUTTA THERE!!!

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How Little We Know: Days of Being Wild

Kim Morgan of The Sunset Gun thinks about what makes Wong Kar-Wai’s Days of Being Wild so addictive:

This is the cinematic power of Wong Kar-Wai, a director who is able to make you tear up over a single glance or a stolen moment. And, forgive the mention of Proust again, but like that madeleine unleashing a flood of reminiscences, Wong works the elements of his aesthetic — music, beautiful people and emotion — into a mood that so overtakes you it’s nearly impossible to emerge from his pictures without feeling slightly drunk.

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