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A Christmas Carol (1938)

Sometimes it’s OK to wander around at night and stare at people through their windows. Advertisements

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Seabiscuit (2003)

When it comes to horse racing, it’d be hard to be behind behinds because being behind behinds behooves you to befriend other behinders, when, unbeknown to those befriended behinders, you’d be bound before long to be ahead instead of behind, … Continue reading

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The Kid (2000)

Sometimes your 8 year-old self shows up out of the blue and wipes snot on your Porsche.

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947)

Spoiler alert: There is no longboarding in this one.

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)

One man’s ghost cat is another man’s negative assets manager. (Please do not copy and paste that last sentence as it is now under copyright and will inevitably be one of the great literary proverbs of the 21st century.)

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The Wind in the Willows (1949)

After his friends lock him in his bedroom, an unruly toad sneaks out to do business with a bunch of weasels and then his horse has to dress up like his grandma to break him out of prison. It’s a…wild … Continue reading

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Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983)

Dickens meets DuckTales. (“WOOOooo!”)

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