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Sunday
Jul222012

"You made a cuckold of me"

Don't make us any sadder than we already are!

Join in the "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" fun this Wednesday when we look at the gorgeous dioramas and soulful faces of The Royal Tenenbaums. All you need is a web platform of any sort (tumblr, blogspot, site, livejournal, twitpic, flickr, etcetera)  on which to post your choice for the film's Best Shot to join in.

Wed 07/25 THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS (2001)
Wed 08/01 HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE (1953)

If we get a big turnout or robust discussion for the next two weeks, we'll conclude this season of "Hit Me" at the end of August instead of the 1st with a few weeks of major classics! 

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