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mark f

Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
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14¼ years HERE

I'm an Anteater, and I've been a film reference book editor and center air traffic controller. In 2012, I had a stroke which basically left me bedridden and killed my right side. Biography
Escaped from Behind the Orange Curtain to L.A. Location
Movies, Music, Photography, Living in the Past since 2012 Interests
Teacher/Underachieving Bum/Needy Crybaby Occupation
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It's what you learn after you know it all that counts. - John Wooden
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  1. 01-04-20
    Thanks Mark. Always enjoy seeing what you think of Marvel films. Buoys me to see you frequently rating Marvel films alongside or even above the arthouse films and award winnging flicks around
  2. 12-07-19
    Wow awesome because I have that. It must have come to it fairly recently because I checked not too long ago.
  3. 08-18-18
    Yes! I thought that STEM sounded like HAL9000 too. I liked the head nod.
  4. 06-29-18
    Hey Mark ... I'm currently trolling Mods and the more esteemed members of MoFo for Quizzes.
    I've written a number already on the site... and wondered if you'd be interested in writing a quiz?


    Currently, am after getting Sedai to write a Blade Runner 2049 quiz and have messaged Slappy as well... was wondering if you'd be interested in writing something from your own Top 10?
    Maybe Cabaret or The Incredibles?
    The rules and regs set forth by Yoda are here https://www.movieforums.com/communit...39#post1546239 if you'd be interested in kwizzing some MoFos
Ratatouille   1/13/22
Linguini has very little past and very little depth (except for what Remy gives him), so it's not surprising t

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford   12/30/21
To tell you the truth, I've never said or written that phras

Cyrano de Bergerac   8/02/21
But my favorite version is undoubtedly the French version where Gerard Depardieu gives one of film's most memo

Platoon   3/21/21
Platoon perhaps uses Barber's "Adaggio For Strings" as evocatively as any film has, and here's the roll call f

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