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A Brief History of Time Travel (in Movies)
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From Men In Black III to Back to the Future to Planet of the Apes, films that voyage through the ages face internal consistency problems—and tap into the human desire to change fate.
Added by on 5/25/12
Random Roles: John Schuck
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The actor John Schuck talks about all his random roles on TV and film. Some interesting stuff here from the first man to say "Fuck" in a mainstream movie.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 1/12/12
Eddie's Almosts
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Eddie Murphy was nearly a Vulcan, and also briefly considered as the chaffeur in "Driving Miss Daisy." Woah.
Source: splitsider.com
Added by on 4/7/11
Of Time Travel and Paradoxes
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What if you could go back in time and stop your grandfather, by violence or other means, from meeting and marrying your grandmother. If you succeed, you negate your own existence. How then were you able to travel back in time? A look at this and other paradoxes in film.
Added by on 4/1/11
Misleading Movie Descriptions
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Some great accurate but misleading movie phrases such as "Transported to a surreal landscape, a young girl kills the first person she meets and then teams up with three strangers to kill again." For Wizard of Oz
Added by on 12/13/10
Random Roles: John Schuck
Interesting
The actor John Schuck talks about all his random roles on TV and film. Some interesting stuff here from the first man to say "Fuck" in a mainstream movie.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 1/12/12
Eddie's Almosts
Interesting
Eddie Murphy was nearly a Vulcan, and also briefly considered as the chaffeur in "Driving Miss Daisy." Woah.
Source: splitsider.com
Added by on 4/7/11
A Brief History of Time Travel (in Movies)
Interesting
From Men In Black III to Back to the Future to Planet of the Apes, films that voyage through the ages face internal consistency problems—and tap into the human desire to change fate.
Added by on 5/25/12
Of Time Travel and Paradoxes
Interesting
What if you could go back in time and stop your grandfather, by violence or other means, from meeting and marrying your grandmother. If you succeed, you negate your own existence. How then were you able to travel back in time? A look at this and other paradoxes in film.
Added by on 4/1/11
Misleading Movie Descriptions
Interesting
Some great accurate but misleading movie phrases such as "Transported to a surreal landscape, a young girl kills the first person she meets and then teams up with three strangers to kill again." For Wizard of Oz
Added by on 12/13/10