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The Guard

A movie from the Sundance Channel about an Irish cop named Sgt. Boyle. The opening scene is really good with a bunch of kids partying in a car going down a country road passing around a bottle of whisky. They roar pass Sgt. Boyle's police car and he just rolls his eyes after he hears a screech and a crash. he slowly pulls up to the accident scene and gets out. He check for any survivors and, finding none, he searches one of the bodies and comes up with a plastic full of blotter acid with a happy face design. "Oh dear, your mother won't wanting to be seeing this now." he says as he throws the shett away after tearing off of the squares and popping it into his mouth. He turns away from the accident scene and looks toward the coast and says: "Ahhh, it's going to be a beautiful day!"

The rest of the movie doesn't quite live up to the opening scene but it does have it's moments! Worth a watch if you can't find anything else in that Box outside the grocery store.

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The Ides Of March

Very good political thriller about the US presidential politics and the dirty pool machinations of the candidates and their handlers. This is a must see for anybody interested in just how policy can be made and who stays at the top of the heap despite many charges up the hill.

Is the ending realistic? You be the judge!

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space is indeed the place

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Cowboys & Aliens

Such a corny title, but a great plot and special effects.

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enlightenment redemption rebirth

a true visionary, Alejandro Jodorwosky.
visuals, musical pulse. a real quest. in heat and sand.

El Topo.

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spiritual renewal

Manifesting The Mind: Footprints Of The Shaman -

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beyond conscious memory

"I dance because I believe I can furnish something for my time in the next stage."

Min Tanaka and his Mai-Juku Company.

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Helen Petts

beautiful short film "Poleaxed", written, directed and part filmed by the always impeccable Helen Petts.
A meditation on stillness and perception following a road accident and subsequent illness. A contemplation of her life over the course of a year in her local park.

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Helen Petts is an extraordinary artist. She often collaborates with musicians, as well as running a Youtube channel devoted to free improvised music and is co-promoter of the Mopomoso series of free improvisation concerts with guitarist John Russell. She is currently making a film about Kurt Schwitters for a solo exhibition at the Hatton Gallery in Newcastle to open on the 21st June 2012.

www.helenpetts.com
www.youtube.com/helentonic
http://www.youtube.com/mopomoso
Schwitters project blog - http://helenpetts.tumblr.com/

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Riding Giants

great documentary film on the history of surfing.

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