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Tim Schilling
People with disabilities are having a hard time finding jobs, so this movie theater is hiring them huff.to/17I1NlJ
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Snowpiercer > Boyhood > Birdman > Whiplash > The Theory of Everything > The Imitation Game > Selma > American Sniper > Grand Budapest Hotel
How An Islamic Center That Was Set Ablaze By Suspected Arsonists Replied To Internet Hate: bzfd.it/1CAZ7OF pic.twitter.com/Mg5lTDSD7N
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Think what you want of The Imitation Game (I loved it), but you can't deny that it is already an important movie for the LGBT community
Here's why the success of "The Imitation Game" has greater implications for the gay community huff.to/1yMvlnH
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre iz a kool moovie
The subtly offensive phrases we need to stop saying huff.to/1ycy2yL
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I can't wait for the Oscars to be over so everyone can stop talking about The Grand Budapest Hotel
u better pop lock and drop that attitude
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Those last 5 minutes saved us from another mediocre episode. #TheWakingDead
This wind makes it sound like the world is ending outside
Whiplash is even more thrilling the second watch. How did they do that??
I've heard like one plow go by all day today, my road is never gonna be clear
#50ShadesOfGrey and #AmericanSniper - love em, loathe em, they're making people talk about cinema, perceptions, stereotypes and influence
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Honestly neither. Women had it pretty shitty in both of those. pic.twitter.com/HsCoWxdpbs
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.@NickSChandler Stoker is an absolutely incredible movie.
There are dozens more movies but there are my picks.
The Last House on the Left is easily one of the most disturbing movies ever made.
And last (pun intended) but not least... The Last House on the Left. And the remake
Romero's Survival of the Dead could be revenge. I like to pretend that movie never happened, though
How about.... Revenge of the Sith? 😆
Any screen adaption of Hamlet. Duhhhhh
Friday the 13th could be a revenge movie. Never really thought of it that way before till just now
Carrie is an awesome revenge story (just like I mentioned yesterday it is a good horror/romance!)
Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2 are basically given. They are like the epics of revenge movies
I like the Oldboy remake, too. It's not as good as the original, but there are a few things I like about it
Oldboy is probably my favorite revenge flick. So twisted. So intricate.
We need to name hate to prevent it from spreading: how we can create a more accepting society huff.to/17BYk8j
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Since it's the day after Valentine's Day.... What are the BEST revenge movies?
Sending my love to all the lonely Starbucks lovers out there this Valentine's Day.....even though that is not the correct lyric.
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holy shit every person in Imagine Dragons is just a macklemore from a different universe pic.twitter.com/QVhGpYhDvQ
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But me, I'll be watching Breakfast at Tiffany's for the billionth time.
I know I missed a ton but allllllllll them movies are good to watch today. Happy Valentine's Day lovers
And then of course Let the Right One In. The grand finale. (I haven't seen Let Me In, though!)
Beetlejuice is definitely horror/romance. (thanks @JeramyWainwrigh)
Zombieland! Tallahassee sure loves his Twinkies.
Of course the original Dawn of the Dead. The remake too, but it's not as prominent
Queen of the Damed? Yes no? I don't really remember it, I just remember being yelled at by my mom for watching it forever ago
MISERY! How could I forget Misery!?
Videodrome is kinda like a romantic horror movie now that I think of it. Kind of in the vein of Fifty Shades of Grey....