68- Comic-Con, The IMDb Game, and Two #52PickUps!

Dakota and Ben rejoin us to discuss D23 (Disney’s Expo), Comic-Con, and to play a round of Alex’s Jason and Deb’s IMDb game (ripped straight from Doug Loves Movies)!

Alex (Part 1)– D23 (Starts at 00:00)

Alex (Part 2)– Comic-Con (13:01)

Jamie– The IMDb Game (25:58)

#52PickUp #29 Police Academy (38:25)

#52PickUp #30 Office Space (42:11)

Alex’s Communal Movie Announced (49:23)

Plugs, Close, and an Explanation of the App, Stardust (50:58)

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See Tim on the Universal Lot! He’ll be the one showing you around!

And visit Alex’s blog at Doggone Movie Reviews.

And finally, see what Jamie looks like (hint: not so good) at their other project: We Need Movies.

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My Cancer Story Ch. 27 “Town I Call Home”

Chapter 27: Town I Call Home

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As I once mentioned, my path wasn’t always set in motion. Up until junior year, I didn’t have any aspirations to be anything “when I grew up.” Then, as if on a whim, I decided that I would be a filmmaker because “I liked movies.” I didn’t even know if I would enjoy the process or have any talent pertaining to the profession, I just… liked movies.

If I chose this occupation, however, that meant I would eventually have to leave my little town of Fort Kent, Maine, and go on to greener pastures. The thought of being anywhere else besides my comfortable little town was utterly terrifying. I’d been here my entire eighteen years – aside from these past few months in Bangor – and I was excited to go home.

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