Tagged: ghost recommends

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No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti

No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti is a Taiwanese film about a man and the strong bond between him and his small daughter. When he decides to enroll his daughter in the local school system, the government decides that she’d be better off with another family.

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Mary and Max

Mary and Max is a little Australian animated film that tells the story of a little 8-year-old Australian girl who strikes up a very unusual friendship with a 44-year-old Jewish American man living in New York, a relationship that spans 20 years.

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Family Outing

People often say, “You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family.” So what do you get when you put a bunch of celebrities together, and make them act as if they were family? You get Family Outing, a Korean variety program.

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Mother (Korean Film)

Mother is a thriller that follows a mentally challenged 20-year-old that becomes the main suspect in the murder of a teenage girl, and his mother must do whatever it takes to prove he is innocent.

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Juri Ueno and the Five Bags

Ueno Juri to Itsutsu no Kaban (上野樹里と5つの鞄) is the 5-episode mini-series produced by WOWOW, in which Japanese actress Juri Ueno alongside directors Hideta Takahata, Michael Arias, Nobuhiro Yamashita, Takuma Takasaki, and Koji Hagiuda tell five different stories surrounding five different bags.

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Inglourious Basterds

The Inglourious Basterds are the super secret group of Jewish-American soldiers sent to occupied France to kill and scare the freaking Nazis.

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Treeless Mountain

Treeless Mountain is the heartbreaking story of two girls, 6-year-old Jin and her little sister Bin, who were living in Seoul with their mom until the day she tells them that they must go to their aunt’s place.

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Moon (2009)

The film is an engaging personal dialogue on isolation between Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) and what drove him to take a lonely job on the moon. As the sole caretaker of a mostly automated mining facility which ships the much needed Helium 3 back to Earth, Sam can’t wait to get back home to his wife Tess and their three-year-old daughter, Eve.

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Star Trek (2009)

Star Trek (2009) is a great action movie worth seeing for it’s humor and smartass dialogue. In fact, the best parts of this Star Trek movie were all the parts that weren’t Star Trek, in so far as it was actually a movie and not another boring T.V. episode.

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Maison en Petits Cubes, La

Tsumiki no Ie, or La Maison en Petits Cubes, is a Japanese animated short, winner of a 2009 Academy Award. It was directed by Kunio Kato, and it tells the story of an old man living in a town flooded by water.