By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer to the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor Originally published in June 25, 2008 I have long loved the concept of an independent movie theater; a place featuring movies with subtitles, shorts and other unique, unconventional films. As a fanatical French student in high school, I often visited an independent theater called The Lincoln to watch French films. This theater introduced me not only to French film,
Okay, so Pirates of the Caribbean 3 may not be the worst movie ever, but it may be the most expensive worst movie ever (it cost 272.6 million to create). I am a little under the weather this weekend, so we decided to stay in last night and order Pirates of the Caribbean 3 On Demand; a decision we began to regret about twenty minutes into the movie. We
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Dust off those classics ~ they deserve another chance In this fast pace world of cell phone, Ipods and virus videos it is easy to forget about classics. You know the classics; those books collecting dust on your bookshelf, behind the best-sellers you bought because Oprah liked it or because you liked the attractively decorated cover. I want to share two of my favorite books, they both