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The Goodbye Girl (1977)

Richard Dreyfuss delivers an Academy Award-winning performance as romance blooms between two complete opposites forced to share an apartment in New York. Elliot Garfield (Dreyfuss) has just arrived in Manhattan to take the acting role of his life–Richard III in an off-off-Broadway production. Ex-chorus girl Paula McFadden has just been dumped again. This time her ex has abandoned her, sublet their apartment–to Garfield–and left Paula and her nine-year-old daughter without a job or a place to live. Garfield legally has claim to the apartment, but he can’t throw a mother and daughter out. So, despite Garfield’s habits of chanting, burning incense and walking about naked, the threesome forms a home.

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The Goodbye Girl (1977) was originally published on Divine Aim

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Aliens and Pyramids

Many pyramidal structures around the world exhibit strange glyphs of futuristic objects and signs of advanced machining with laser perfection. Modern engineers say that some of the pyramids could not have been achieved even today let alone without extremely advanced technology. If mankind did not have the tools or knowledge to create such structures then the only logical conclusion is he had help, most likely from an extraterrestrial source.

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Aliens and Pyramids was originally published on Divine Aim

Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution

From “Pong” to “Pac Man” and “Super Mario” to “Lara Croft”, “Doom”, “Grand Theft Auto” and everything in between – it’s the story of the videogame revolution.

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Gameplay: The Story of the Videogame Revolution was originally published on Divine Aim

Depeche Mode: Alive in Berlin

“Depeche Mode Live in Berlin’ was filmed on location at the O2 World Berlin on November 25th and 27th, 2013 during the band’s extremely successful ‘Delta Machine’ Tour which saw them play to over 2.4 million people in 32 countries. Depeche Mode was touring in support of their lauded 13th studio album, ‘Delta Machine,’ which debuted at #1 in 12 countries worldwide in March 2013. The concert not only includes performances of tracks from ‘Delta Machine’ but also some of their most memorable and biggest hits including “”Personal Jesus”” and “”Enjoy the Silence.””

‘Alive in Berlin’ includes the full live show, inter-spliced with behind-the-scenes footage, multiple interviews with the band and their fans, and a 2-song acoustic session, which was filmed at Salon Bel Ami, the oldest existing brothel in Berlin.

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Depeche Mode: Alive in Berlin was originally published on Divine Aim

Piku

Piku (Deepika Padukone) is a Delhi based architect who manages her small business,runs her home and takes care of her 70-year old father Bhashkor Banerji (Amitabh Bachchan).A hypochondriac, Piku’s Baba must ensure that he has her attention 24*7 leaving her with little time to do anything else. Romance and getting a life of her own, just don’t seem possible! While both are deeply attached with one another, they are equally strong headed, stubborn and just won’t let go when dealing with each other’s idiosyncrasies and quirks!
When Bhashokar emotionally blackmails Piku to take a road trip from Delhi to Kolkata , the owner of the local cab company Rana (Irrfan Khan) has no choice but to drive them personally since none of his drivers are willing to endure Piku or her eccentric father. During this undesired road trip they learn to deal with each other’s moods and idiosyncrasies and it reveals more than Bhashokar’s bathroom habits.
What follows is a heady mix of motion, emotion & commotion which culminates as Piku and Bhaskhor return to their roots in Kolkata, giving us an insight into the father daughter relationship where Bhaskor’s irritating yet endearing demeanor and Piku’s equally headstrong nature may always be at loggerheads but this seemingly crazy relationship is bonded by an understated and an unconditional love that leaves you wanting more.
(CBFC U/A DIL/2/65/2015-MUM)

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Piku was originally published on Divine Aim

Monster High: Freaky Fusion

While attempting to help Frankie Stein learn more about her freaky cool scaritage, the fashionably fierce ghoulfriends travel back in time to the first day ever of Monster High! There, they meet Sparky, a skullastic teen with an obsession for creating life. But when Sparky follows the ghouls through a killer time portal to modern-day Monster High, the event results in eight of them fusing together into four creeperiffic hybrid Monsters. Now, they’ll really have to work together to control their bodies in the big Bitecentennial Play and stop one of Sparky’s experiments from destroying imperfectly perfect Monster High! (Original Title – Monster High: Freaky Fusion)

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Monster High: Freaky Fusion was originally published on Divine Aim