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Assassin’s Creed Lineage – Complete Movie

Friday, October 5th, 2012

When the Duke of Milan is brutally murdered, the Assassin Giovanni Auditore is dispatched to investigate. The answers he uncovers implicate Italy’s most powerful families reaching all the way back to the Vatican itself. As Giovanni draws closer to the truth, he becomes hunted himself. He must expose the conspirators before he joins their ever growing list of victims. Lineage is the prequel to the Assassin’s Creed II story, revealing the machinations of 15th century Italy through the actions of Ezio’s father, Giovanni. Episode # 1: 1476, Florence. Giovanni Auditore, an assassin, attempts to thwart a conspiracy against one of Lorenzo de Medicis allies. The ensuing inquiry will take him to Milan where he tries to prevent the worst from happening.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Movie to Misc

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Movie to Misc
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Image by Ramen Junkie
Movie Toys transitioning into Misc Liked figured that don’t fit elsewhere.

This is not all of my Transformers just the ones I keep out on display.

I was Originally going to try to use Live Photo Gallery to make a Panorama but it didn’t work out so here are the raw photos.

Box Office: 'Mission: Impossible' sequel is No. 1 Christmas pick

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

Box Office: 'Mission: Impossible' sequel is No. 1 Christmas pick
Both movies were expected to be big winners over the Christmas holiday, but each is so far lagging significantly behind their franchise predecessors in ticket sales. David Fincher's highly anticipated "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" — based on the
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French art house movie palace turns off projector in protest
The owner of Paris' Balzac cinema closes its doors for a week over what the owner calls an existential threat to his business: the showing of art films by major movie theater chains. Jean-Jacques Schpoliansky sits at the Balzac in Paris, where “popcorn
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Outdoor movies please audiences and cities
Davis, 34, a corporate lawyer in Orlando, and his fiancée, Shawnda McIntosh, brought their blended brood to downtown Leesburg last week with blankets and pillows for a holiday movie under the stars. They looked as if they were part of a giant municipal
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Director warns movie fans won't go for cheap 3-D

Saturday, August 13th, 2011

Director warns movie fans won't go for cheap 3-D
By John Gaudiosi, Reuters August 13, 2011 4:10 AM James Cameron says box-office receipts for 3-D movies are still rising, but customers are becoming more choosy. Since director James Cameron's Avatar raked in $ 2.8 billion at global box offices,
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'The Help' is middlebrow? So be it. Count me in.
Time and again, critics dismiss well-made, issue-based movies. A fellow critic appeals to them to champion these humane, emotionally satisfying films. Octavia Spencer, right, and Viola Davis are shown in a scene from "The Help.
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At the Movies: August 12
By Catherine Garcia 30 Minutes or Less, Final Destination 5, Glee the 3D Concert Movie, and The Help are all new in theaters this weekend. The Help, which came out Wednesday, is “appalling, entertaining, touching and perhaps even a bit healing,”
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