2010 Movies

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Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury (2010)

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A sexy pop homage to the science fiction author Ray Bradbury.

Batman Beyond: Night of the Pickpocket (2010)

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A drama/comedy involving a small crook messing with the wrong guy. A Batman Beyond fan film.

Elegy (2010)

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Ex-lovers reunite only to learn they were never really disconnected. Some catastrophes are so devastating, they actually set things right.

The Best Man (2010)

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The Best Man prepares for her impending speech.

Ask Again Later (2010)

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Kate and Holly are celebrating their anniversary with a romantic dinner at home. Unbeknown to each other, both girls are preparing to pop the question...but nothing goes according to plan.

The Knight Waltz (2010)

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For years, Batman and Catwoman have had a very non-conventional, love/hate relationship. Neither willing to completely submit to the other's ways. What was once an endless fight, has now become a sensually painful dance of seduction and courtship. It is their unending struggle. It is their Knight Waltz.

Heart Rock Point (2010)

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Elizabeth, a young, beautiful, wealthy girl spends her summer days reading and sunbathing on the shores of Malibu Beach. One very sunny day she meets a new friend. They begin a romance, but there is a dark side to it that Elizabeth would never imagine. ©2010

Text Me (2010)

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Falling for each other online, two teenagers finally meet in person for a date at what turns out to be a mob-owned Italian restaurant. Will their internet love shatter or grow strong and rich like a tomato ragout?

May I Be Frank (2010)

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Frank Ferrante is 54, weighs 290lbs., had a lifetime of drug & alcohol abuse and as a result contracted Hepatitis-C. He's on multiple medications including anti-depressants, undergoing chemo and drinks 10 espressos a day to stay awake. One day Frank stumbles into Cafe Gratitude, a Raw food café in San Francisco, and meets Ryland, the café's manager. Ryland asks Frank, what is one thing you'd like to do before you die? Frank answers 'I want to fall in love one more time, but with a body like this, no one will love me, because i don't love myself.' Watch as Ryland, his brother Cary and best friend Conor, help Frank take on his weight, health, relationships and loving himself in just 42 days.

The Great Contemporary Art Bubble (2010)

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The Hostage Game (2010)

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Domesday (2010)

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Anthology of Terror: Prelude (2010)

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The Archivist - your tour guide through the beyond - takes you through three nightmarish situations spanning time and space as he reads from his book - The Anthology of Terror.

Ride of My Life: The Story of the Bicycle (2010)

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Mission Critical: Hubble (2010)

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An exciting, experiential, and emotional space science documentary. With unprecedented access to NASA's training facilities, it follows a team of world-class astronauts through training, into space, and back to Earth. This historic mission has visited the Hubble Space Telescope one last time, upgrading its ability to peer even more deeply into the mysteries of the Universe for years to come. So come and join astronauts Mike Massimino, John Grunsfeld and team for a journey of a lifetime.

3 Billion and Counting (2010)

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Dr. Rutledge and his team take an in depth look into a disease that has killed more people than any disease ever known -- Malaria. They interview African, Indian, and US Governments, charitable organizations, scientists, politicians, doctors, clinics, victims, and survivors. They explore and expose the politics of domestic and international policies and find the evidence that the public never truly understood. What they find is astonishing. The greatest ecological genocide in the known history of man is laid bare -- the 1972 ban of an extraordinary life-protecting chemical DDT. This is politics -- the cold brutal crookedness that kills with a stroke of a pen. Shortsightedness of governmental and environmental policies is causing the deaths of millions and the suffering of billions. When the EPA, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, and Sierra refused interviews, Dr. Rutledge knew he had touched a nerve. For businessmen and women to endorse and encourage "alternatives" while a safe and proven PREVENTION sits idle is like fiddling while Rome burns. Africa loses nearly 3000 women and children on a daily basis not to mention 12 billion dollars annually to malaria alone. The team discovers that malaria is completely preventable -- completely. These young filmmakers trek from R. Carson's SILENT SPRING to the dead silence of millions of corpses and billions of suffering ones. And, thirty plus years after the DDT ban the death toll is gargantuan. Is it a mere coincidence that deaths from West Nile virus, mosquitoes, and bedbugs are growing by leaps and bounds right here in the US?? This film is intended to go directly to you, the American people, with the certainty that it will dramatically open up a virtual blizzard of public debate. This is one film that is long overdue...

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