I need them to stop playing with my DAMN EMOTIONS! This movie is going to be everything I wanted from Playing it Cool.  Watch Chris Evans's Directorial Debut in 'Before We Go' Trailer

Watch Chris Evans's Directorial Debut in 'Before We Go' Trailer

I need them to stop playing with my DAMN EMOTIONS! This movie is going to be everything I wanted from Playing it Cool. Watch Chris Evans's Directorial Debut in 'Before We Go' Trailer

Among the Believers (film) - Wikipedia

Among the Believers (film) - Wikipedia

Finding Nemo is absolutely not a kids flick. The dialogue can only truly be appreciatd by an adult. The movie is very funny and a real visual pleasure. 4 Gold Medals [Original Post: Question of the Day: What is your favorite Disney movie? Mine is Finding Nemo]

Finding Nemo is absolutely not a kids flick. The dialogue can only truly be appreciatd by an adult. The movie is very funny and a real visual pleasure. 4 Gold Medals [Original Post: Question of the Day: What is your favorite Disney movie? Mine is Finding Nemo]

Seeing is believing. Check out the NEW #NowYouSeeMe2 poster - appearing in theaters June 10.

Seeing is believing. Check out the NEW #NowYouSeeMe2 poster - appearing in theaters June 10.

Until you start believe in yourself, you ain't gonna have a life. -Rocky Balboa <3

8 Unseen Evidences — The Art of Self-Growth & Planting Seeds Along the Way.

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Interview in "The Believer" (2009) ... "Characterized by what some describe as a lunch-pail populism, Sayles’s films vary in subject but are unified by their deep-rooted social consciousness and hopefulness. Sayles’s expansive social panoramas and thoughtfully rendered characters illustrate how various social issues...produce people who are marginalized by an American culture that worships the notion of the individual."

Interview with John Sayles

Interview in "The Believer" (2009) ... "Characterized by what some describe as a lunch-pail populism, Sayles’s films vary in subject but are unified by their deep-rooted social consciousness and hopefulness. Sayles’s expansive social panoramas and thoughtfully rendered characters illustrate how various social issues...produce people who are marginalized by an American culture that worships the notion of the individual."

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