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on June 5, a documentary is going to be released in cinemas and simultaneously in free TV and internet.

it's called Home and shows the world from above ("from the viewpoint of the gods" as one commenter described)

watch the trailer on youtube

I guess the full movie will be shown there too

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I hope it's good . I guess it's Alice's return to Wonderland years later -and an original script in Burton's hands could go either way , recently . 'Corpse Bride ' and " Charlie and the Chocolate Factory " looked like they could be cool , but were huge disappointments ,imo . Even 'Sweeny Todd ' was only a partial success , but not a film I'd be excited to see again anytime soon .

I loved Burton's first efforts, 'Beetleguise ", 'Nightmare ' , 'Edward ', 'Ed Wood ' , 'Mars Attacks ! ', but many stories after or between these seemed to be somehow incomplete or uninspired and simplistic , though they still looked cool . I'll always give a Burton picture a try , though .

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I knew Travis Bickle was based on a real person (most of Scorsese's characters are), also I think Henry Hill (Ray Liotta - Goodfellas) should have been included, but I guess most people knew that was a "based on a true story" movie.

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The Men Who Stare At Goats looks hilarious. Jeff Bridges' character seems like what would happen if The Dude joined the army, and I could watch Clooney and Spacey read the phonebook.

http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/343634/the_men_who_stare_at_goats_new_trailer.html

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