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I name and describe everything and classify most things.  If 'it' already had a name, the one I just gave it is better.

Reviews
reviewed Don't Be Afraid of the Dark. January 06, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
   “Conventional” called “Boring” and they both emailed the non-mathematical version of “Derivative” and they all decided to see Don’t Be Afraid of …
reviewed The Druggist of Auschwitz. January 06, 2012
The Druggist of Auschwitz
This is part of the editor’s note: “Dieter Schlesak’s The Druggist of Auschwitz is unique for the way it blends the fictional narrative with actual testimony from the Frankfurt Auschwitz …
reviewed LA 31 Biere Pale. December 27, 2011
posted in The Beer Snob
LA 31 Biere Pale
How does it look? How's the color? Clarity? Head? Deep amber color, very clear, slight head that fades quickly How's the nose (smell)? Sweet, spicy, fruity? Though it is a pale ale, the …
reviewed The Devil All the Time. December 27, 2011
The Devil All the Time
   Donald Ray Pollock’s debut novel The Devil All the Time is an exploration of about twenty years (the middle 1940s through the middle 1960s) in the lives of mostly marginal people in …
reviewed Cain. December 22, 2011
   I’ll get to the obvious warning up front to save time for those to whom it applies.  If you cannot laugh at God (or god or G-d or usw) or at the Bible no matter how artful the …
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Quick Tips
posted a Quick Tip about Raising Arizona. January 04, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Raising Arizona
I have seen the movie to the point where I have it almost memorized and still laugh like i did when I saw it first. I don't think there is a solid 90 seconds without a laugh out loud moment from first …
posted a Quick Tip about Sherlock: Season One. January 04, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Sherlock: Season One
I'm jonzin so bad for more episodes I'm almost willing to hit myself in the head enough to forget the first three. The real reason I don't isn't that I'm afraid I'll mess up, I'm afraid I would wind up …
posted a Quick Tip about Sherlock: Season One. January 04, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Sherlock: Season One
I'm jonzin so bad for more episodes I'm almost willing to hit myself in the head enough to forget the first three. The real reason I don't isn't that I'm afraid I'll mess up, I'm afraid I would wind up …
posted a Quick Tip about High Tension (2005). January 04, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
High Tension (Unrated Widescreen Edition) (2005)
If you like your slasher movies not to make sense then this is THE movie for you. But make sure to watch it with the subtitles ON because if you don't speak French then you're going to try to make sense …
posted a Quick Tip about Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. January 04, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Surprising sleeper hit. This is one of those movies that seems like it was as fun to make as it was too watch.
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Latest Lists
created a list. October 28, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
I have finished each of the films listed and do not say that with pride -- or I say it with the same resignation with which I say, I have been through …
Lifted 99 Pieces Hostel Mulholland Dr. The Hurt Locker
created a list. October 14, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Child performances are seldom mediocre, particularly in dramas. Dramas tend to demand an emotional range that children typically cannot produce predictably …
The Fall 12 and Holding (2006 movie) You Are Not Alone (1978 movie) Mirage The Italian (2005 movie)
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March 09, 2012
Thanks so much for adding me as a friend, Paul. I hope you don't mind if I follow your reviews/contributions. Can't say I will comment much because I am super busy these days. However, I will read some of them when I can. Feel free to follow my reviews in return! :) P.S. Thanks for joining Cafe Libri Reading Community!!!
 
December 28, 2011
Thanks for the add, Paul! :)
 
December 23, 2011
Hi, Paul Thanks so much for the follow! Happy Holidays!
 
October 19, 2010
Hey Paul! Welcome to Lunch! I've been enjoying reading all of your reviews and your Fave Films with Child Actor list! I see that you're interested in languages as well! Have you read the reviews on Through The Language Glass: Why the World Looks Different in Other Languages? Do you speak any other languages? Anyhow- I just wanted to welcome you here and let you know that if you have any questions or problems, you can feel free to contact me! Hope you're having fun here on Lunch!
October 19, 2010
Thanks for reading and responding With regards to Pandora, I have 2, a dance trance mix and a folk/country/bluegrass/singer-songwriter station. With regards to languages, no I have not read Through the Language Glass, but I am willing to put down my current book and pick it up instead (I feel kind of silly for not already knowing about it). I am passably fluent in French. I am so so with standard German and can read Danish). I seriously want to learn Danish, Hindi, and one of the Bantu clicking languages ... Very nice to "meet" you.
 
October 04, 2010
Hi there, welcome to Lunch! I’m a Brand Ambassador here, available to answer any of your questions (you can also ask @devora the Community Manager). Commenting on a review, writing a Quick Tip, or writing a review on something you’re interested in are all great ways to get started. You might enjoy checking out the Movie Hype community as well. Have fun exploring!
 
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