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Anti-Hypothetical Casting; Jim Carrey as Clopin

I asked on Facebook for a casting suggestion and I got an Anti-Hypothetical Casting for Jim Carrey as Clopin. My first thought was “Oh, Dear God!” Jim Carrey is known as a comedy actor so for him to even play … Continue reading

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Songs of Notre Dame de Paris Part 12

Visite de Frollo à Esmeralda (Visit of Frollo to Esmeralda) I once had the je t’aime as a ringtone, it was awesome. I want to say that any good version of Hunchback should have a jail scene but what I … Continue reading

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The Man who Laughs Part II: Book 9 and Conclusion

The Man who Laughs Part II:  Book 9; In Ruins                                                & The Man who Laughs Part II: … Continue reading

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La Belle et La Bete 1946 Review; No Subtile Necessary, this movie is perfect!

Guys, I can’t do it, I think movie broke me. I’m not sure I have a single negative thing to say about Jean Cocteau’s 1946 movie La Belle et La Bete, not even like a snarky nitpick… well maybe, let’s … Continue reading

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Slight delay and video…

Do to some personal reasons, there will be no anti-hyptheical casting post today. I had asked for suggestions on Facebook so that is why I’m mentioning but I can’t get it out for today. I’m sorry, it will be out … Continue reading

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Songs of Notre Dame de Paris Part 11

In most other versions the order of these songs is a little different. It goes Être Prétre et aimer une Femme, Phoebus, then Je te reviens vers toi and finally La Monture. Both orders make a level of sense but … Continue reading

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The Man who Laughs Part II: Book 8: Chapters 1-8

The Man who Laughs Part II:  Book 8: The Capital and things around it I am not opposed to learning about British history, I’m opposed to it interrupting my boring story. Seriously, most of this part of the book is … Continue reading

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The Thief of Bagdad Review; That Lizard Dragon thing was awesome, wish it was main character.

According to AFI’s movie list, which I take super-duper seriously (sarcasm), the 1924 The Thief of Bagdad is listed as the ninth greatest fantasy movie. At Ten is Big and at Eight is Groundhog Day, see list here. As it … Continue reading

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Dressing like Hipster Esmeralda

One of the greatest things about Disney’s Esmeralda’s costumes is how easy it is to translate into difference type of costumes and how easy it is to buy components for. One type of trend that is easy to turn Esmeralda’s … Continue reading

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Songs of Notre Dame de Paris Part 10

Condamnés (Condemns) I won’t beat around the proverbially bush, I don’t like Condamnés, not even a little. I will admit, I like somethings it does but on the whole, not a fan. In the context of the show, Clopin has … Continue reading

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