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Wait, There’s a SOUTH America Now?

I had previously mentioned that I thought Dumbo was the shortest Disney animated feature, but technically that’s not true. The shortest is actually Saludos Amigos, a collection of four short cartoons interspersed with footage of Disney employees in South America. … Continue reading

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Tonight There Is No Black or White

Shades of Grey: The Road to High Saffron, by Jasper Fforde – In some ways, the story resembles others about futuristic bureaucratic nightmare societies. It kind of reminded me of the movie Brazil, what with the plot involving the main … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Imaginarium

While I can’t say I fully understood it, I did enjoy The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. It had a good story, but I think the main appeal might have been that it was a recent fantasy film that DIDN’T concentrate … Continue reading

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