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The Town That Bought a Racehorse Horse Trailer: Dream Horse!

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Dream Horse is the story of a Welsh town that bought a race horse and the way in which doing so brought a sense of pride back to the community (it probably helped that Dream alliance won a few races!).

Starring Oscar-winner Toni Collette and Damian Lewis, Dream Horse will be theaters this spring.

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Captain Fantastic Posits Great Ideas Inside a Predictable Plot!


Ben Cash is raising his family to a Platonian ideal. In the forest of Oregon, they live off the land – growing their own fruits and vegetables; hunting their own meat, and learning art, science and philosophy.

When a tragedy forces them to enter the ‘real world,’ things get dicey.

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Danny Collins – One Hit Wonder Wonders!


Danny Collins is a little movie with a big heart. The titular Danny Collins is a 70-something ex-rocker doing arena tours in which he performs his big hits for audiences of screaming middle-aged and senior citizen sufferers of nostalgia – but things might have been so much better if he’d only gotten the letter John Lennon wrote him forty years ago.

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