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Friday Estimates By Wyldstyle Klady

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3 Responses to “Friday Estimates By Wyldstyle Klady”

  1. Jack1137 says:

    Theaters seem empty these days. I blame Sochi.Oh yeah Lego my Eggo :-)

  2. EtGuild2 says:

    Oof, I guess Ben Wheatley’s cult status hasn’t translated into people actually leaving their couches to see his stuff yet.

  3. berg says:

    A Field in England is phantasmagoric … I liked The Attorney too, a bit of a different view of S Korean film

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