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Norman wearing a Daryl Dixon shirt, I really want one .. or both ;)
Norman Reedus wearing a Daryl Dixon shirt. Priceless!
Daryl wearing a Daryl shirt. (The Walking Dead) lol
Daryl Dixon wearing a Daryl Dixon shirt!!! eeee!!!
Love this one! lol #TWD #TheWalkingDead
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This Week's Cover: 'Game of Thrones,' the battle to make season 2 epic
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game of thrones dragons. Awesome show. I just started watching it from season 1. Hopefully I can catch up to season 3 soon!
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Daenerys Targaryen, mother of Dragons (Emilia Clarke) in Game of Thrones
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Game of Thrones - Daenerys Targaryen EW Cover. she is cute
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A Clash of Kings: Dany magazine cover.
Emilia Clarke: ‘Game of Thrones’ Covers ‘EW’ Emilia Clarke gets into character as Daenerys Targaryen on the cover of Entertainment Weekly's latest issue. Co-stars Kit Harington and Peter Dinklage also got…
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"The 10,000-Hour Rule" Malcolm Gladwell: 10,000 hours of practice for mastery. Ability + Practice + Opportunity. Success is for people who were given a special opportunity, worked hard for it and seized it.
Malcolm Gladwell is a multiracial author and columnist. I enjoy using examples of academics whenever possible when talking to culturally diverse students because I feel as though they defy stereotypes and present a positive role model within the framework of education.
Malcolm T. Gladwell, CM is a Canadian journalist, bestselling author, and speaker. He has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1996.
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Midnight in Paris. Heartwarming, charming, & funny. My current favorite Woody Allen movie. Bonus: all the cool literary figures & artists, like Gertrude Stein & Picasso. Also, my fav Owen Wilson movie.
Midnight in Paris, despite Owen Wilson an enjoyable, easy to watch, typical Woody Allen movie set in present day Paris as well as the 30's..
The movie poster for Midnight in Paris (2011), directed by Woody Allen and Starring Owen Wilson. http://www.moviesaboutparis.com/midnight-in-paris/
Midnight in Paris (2011) - I finally saw this, and it was great! I think Owen Wilson could have been born for Woody Allen movies.
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My favorite film of 2011
Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris
Midnight in Paris - Woody Allen FAVORITE MOVIE
Mike and I had the pleasure of seeing Woody Allen's latest film "Midnight in Paris" at the local independent theater. We'd heard great reviews and are both fans of Woody's work, but were a bit skeptical about Owen Wilson starring in a Woody Allen film. Turns out, he was perfectly cast in this delightful romantic comedy. Set in France, the story follows a young engaged couple on their trip to Paris. Wilson plays Gil, a hopeless romantic who absolutely loves Paris, especially in the rain, and Innes, spoiled and yearning to return home to Los Angeles, is portrayed by a blonde Rachel McAdams. Innes is constantly belittling her fiance for his plans to write a great novel and his idealistic look at life, while Gil tags along seemingly oblivious to his soon-to-be-wife's disdain. One evening when the two go their separate ways after a wine tasting, Gil to wander the streets of Paris in search of their hotel, and Innes off to go dancing with a pretentious couple she knew from college, Gil discovers a whole new side of Paris after midnight. As Gil falls further under the city's magical spell, he grows increasingly distant from the materialistic, spoiled, and unimaginative Innes. I won't elaborate much beyond this in the hopes that readers will go see the movie and be delighted by what happens next for Gil. But I will give you this little tidbit: moviegoers can definitely benefit by brushing up on their knowledge of 1920's literary figures for this one! I haven't seen too many of Allen's more recent films so watching a Woody Allen movie without Woody himself as lead actor is still a bit of a shock to me. But Wilson was a surprisingly good stand-in as the slightly neurotic, bumbling, and overly nostalgic Gil. It was easy to find traces of Allen in this movie but I found it to be almost more widely appealing as a romantic comedy than some of Woody's films tend to be. If you get the chance, I highly recommend catching "Midnight in Paris" at your local indie theater! It's a great improvement over the standard date night romantic comedy and I can't think of a better word to sum the whole film up than delightful!