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Carancho

Carancho tells the story of Sosa, a lawyer specialized in traffic accidents in Buenos Aires. Thanks to the corrupt system and insurance companies, he makes a living out of family victims, but one night he meets a young ER doctor.

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On the Edge of Light and Shadow

On the Edge of Light and Shadow is a documentary that spans seven years in the life of a Brazilian actress, who devotes herself to working with the prisoners in Carandiru. A couple of the prisoners, Rap duo 509-E members Dexter and Afro-X, who were there for different sentences, are encouraged to create music.

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Yuma, La

La Yuma tells the story of a girl from the poor neighborhoods of Managua, Nicaragua, who wants to become a professional boxer. As she deals with her possible love life, as well as her family life with her younger siblings, she finally gets the chance to train under renown boxing trainer Polvorita.

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Clash of the Titans (2010)

Clash of the Titans is the remake of the 80s film about the mortal son of the Zeus, embarking on a perilous journey to stop the underworld and its minions from spreading their evil to Earth as well as the heavens.

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f(x) – Nu Abo

The very cooky and extremely dressed SM quintet release their first mini-album since their debut, Nu Abo, serving you very sweet and very happy Kpop, even though the title track is very powerful and just a tad different without being weird.

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Toy Story 3

Whatever your thoughts are about Toy Story and Toy Story 2, if you got the chance to grow up and grow old with the Toy Story franchise, Toy Story 3 will be pull your heart strings.

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SS501 – Destination

The South Korean quintet comes back with a darker concept but hardly a darker sound. I am blown away as to how well produced this mini is. I don’t think that SS501 have sounded as perfect and balanced as they do in Destination.

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Sunao ni Narenakute

Otherwise known as Hard to Say I Love You, SuNare tells the story of the blossoming friendship between five young people who were brought together by Twitter, and their journey to find honesty with each other and with themselves.

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CNBLUE – Bluelove

The instrument self-playing quartet CN BLUE are back with a mini-album that is a bit more rock, a bit more swing and a bit more sunshine.