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Weeds – Season 5

The fifth season starts right after Nancy announces she’s pregnant with Mexican drug lord Esteban’s baby.

TVXQ! – Nagoya, Japan 2009 – The Secret Code 3

TVXQ! – Nagoya, Japan 2009 – The Secret Code

From sitting in small Swedish fan-meetings, enjoying concerts on DVD, being envious of those who were able to see DBSK live, finally we had arrived and were going to experience everything we could dream of back home.

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Half-Blood Prince chronicles the sixth year in Harry Potter’s life at Hogwarts. Both wizard and muggle worlds are being affected by the “official” return of Voldermort and his Death Eaters.

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SNSD – Tell me your Wish

SNSD continues to rely on one-hit wonders to sell their mini-albums. The title song of this mini-album is another hit that is sweeping the Korean music charts as Gee did, but to deliver a mini-album that only has one good song is tiresome.

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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

After the success of the first Transformers live action film and how great it turned out to be, I was really looking forward to see Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen on the big screen. I felt kinda decepticonned after watching it.

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Giant (Uruguayan Film)

Gigante tells the story of Jara, a big security guard that works night shifts at a supermarket, who begins having feelings – maybe a bit of stalkery feelings – for the pretty floor cleaner.

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Huacho

Huacho tells the story of a low-income family in central Chile, following the point of view of each member –- grandparents Clemira and Cornelio, daughter Alejandra, and her pre-teenager boy Manuel –- for a period of 24 hours, as they deal with the overlap of modern and rural life.

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KISS – Lima, Peru 2009

The place? The “Estadio Nacional”. The People? The KISS Army. The time? Nine o’clock. There was a lot of people, all different ones… young people waiting to see if the band was as good as their parents had said. Old people with their eyes filled with joy.

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Tea Date

Tea Date is an American/Korean short film starring Mark Barkan and Doona Bae as an English teacher and his Korean student, respectively.