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Genre: Collection

August 2, 2013
1: 19 AM

The Old Mill in Technicolor

Times were simpler. Colors were vivid. Creators envisioned things. I always wish I existed back then; the real times I may call; to have a firsthand experience of watching the magic of a true creation unfurl before my eyes. Sometimes, I feel I belong to an era in cinema that dissolves itself in complete awe

Flipped (2010)

“A girl like that doesn’t live next door to everyone”, says his grandfather. And that succinctly tells what the movie Flipped is all about. More than being a story in which Juli and Bryce narrate their viewpoints of the same events, it draws a beautiful portrait of a little girl who is resilient, mature, creative, …

Stadium Nuts (1972)

They don’t make ’em like this anymore! Or do they?

After a farcical adventure in Rookies Run Amok, a war parody by Les Charlots a.k.a. the “The Crazy Boys“, they come together to spend their vacation by camping near a village, which is preparing itself for the Olympic torch relay. There’s going

Awakenings (1990)

Awakenings, oozing with genuine emotions, surpasses being a pure medical drama and touches upon the power of everlasting human spirit, which still keeps this world running. Based on a book of true events in 1969 surrounding the brief awakenings of catatonic patients suffering from encephalitis, the film is a profoundly moving experience as in

Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller (1988)

Philately is a dying hobby, practically extinct, in the current generation. While being a kid during the 80s, you’d have certainly sunk in the rage of collecting stamps and trading them among friends and other circles. Parents then always encouraged their kids to collect stamps because the younger generation could learn many things – art