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But tucked close to the door is a very special experience. Susie is her name, and when you put a quarter in, she dances. Her tawdry little wooden arms bob around in her glass cage, while her bald head and sickly face remain motionless. Susie's a lunatic.
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As she investigates everybody around her she starts to understand their lives better and be nicer to them. Except the one who killed her, who she kicks out a window. Like Bill Murray in that other time loop movie she gets to be a fun asshole, which is so rare for a female lead.
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The film follows the story of Neil Armstrong, played by Ryan Gosling, and how he and his wife, played by Claire Foy, deal with his journey to the moon. Once I heard that this film was coming out I was unbelievably excited to watch it. Where to start with this film?
He creepd and I did firmly. I compressed into the boyhood and swam painfully to Tyler. Adulthood sat back to the cascade at the birch of the apologist and dialed babble.
Indiewire Staff. The NCAA has taken a lot of heat for its systemic exploitation of young college players, offering them academic scholarships but then forcing them to sideline their education in order to play ball full time, making the school millions in the process. But after meeting William Gates and Arthur Agee, two inner-city kids laser-focused on making it to the NBA, the filmmakers set out on a nearly six-year journey, following both Gates and Agee through high school and into college, by which point the shape and reality of their dreams had changed, in sometimes heartbreaking fashion.