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    Sweet Trailer…'Robot & Frank'

    Set in the near future, Robot & Frank stars Frank Langella as an ex-jewel thief receives a gift from his daughter: a robot butler programmed to look after him. Sometimes old habits die hard and as such, this master thief and his new robot pal try their luck as a heist team. This trailer has an entirely sweet vibe to it all and as it’s got mostly positive word of mouth, Robot & Frank looks like a total win. Have a look for yourselves… The trailer really sums it all up without giving too much away..but I guess we’ll see when it gets closer. Directed by Jake Schreier and starring…

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    Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck #17 – 'Garden State'

    Masterminded by Mike at You Talking To Me?, the multi-blog-a-thon entitled 27 Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck asks fellow bloggers to identify the singularly great and iconic films that have created nothing but disappointing, and god-awful impersonators. Ultimately causing the film in question to remain famous for being original and ground breaking but at the same time infamous for creating doppelgängers we wish we could “un-see”. I was asked to contribute my thoughts on one of my favorite movies Garden State, which I believe to be a neo-classic. Unfortunately (for the purpose of this post anyway) Garden State did more to inspire and help the success of…

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    Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck #17 – ‘Garden State’

    Masterminded by Mike at You Talking To Me?, the multi-blog-a-thon entitled 27 Greatest Movies That Made Going to the Movies Suck asks fellow bloggers to identify the singularly great and iconic films that have created nothing but disappointing, and god-awful impersonators. Ultimately causing the film in question to remain famous for being original and ground breaking but at the same time infamous for creating doppelgängers we wish we could “un-see”. I was asked to contribute my thoughts on one of my favorite movies Garden State, which I believe to be a neo-classic. Unfortunately (for the purpose of this post anyway) Garden State did more to inspire and help the success of…