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Edge of Tomorrow

October 9, 2014 Edge Edge of Tomorrow is a 2014 Sci-Fi Action movie with Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. It is based on Hiroshi Sakurazak’s novel All You Need Is Kill. Will Cage is stuck in a time loop. Aliens … Continue reading

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Scandal

Scandal: Joanne Whalley I fell in love with Joanne Whalley in the move Willow. I wanted her long wavy red locks and her ability ride horses, shoot bows and arrows and sword fight. And she got to kick and then … Continue reading

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Elementary

March 20, 2014 Elementary “Elementary my dear Watson,” is a well-known phrase. However, the line never actually appear in any of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s books. The phrase was first uttered in P.G. Wodehouse’s PSmith Journalist in 1915. The phrase … Continue reading

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His Fearful Symmetry: Red John and Blake

is Fearful Symmetry: Red John and William Blake “Tyger, Tyger burning bright, In the forest of the night, What immortal hand or eye, could fame thy fearful symmetry,” wrote William Blake.  When he wrote the poem he used simple language … Continue reading

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What It Means To Be A Gentleman In Great Expectations

What It Means To Be A Gentleman In Great Expectations Cari Gilkison, English 202: British Lit 1996      Great Expectations deals with many issues, one of which is the definition of what it means to be a Gentleman.  As Pip … Continue reading

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