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Wes Anderson's Help Me Make it Through The Night!song begins with Hugh Jackman playing the piano and Wes Anderson plays the harp.Wes Anderson's Help Me Make it Through The Night!2 days ago in General Fiction
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Hugh Jackman: Take the ribbons from your hair,
Shake it loose and let it fall,
Lay it soft against your skin,
Like the shadows on the wall.
Willem Dafoe: Hold it, Hold it, I Say, I Say Hold it Son!
Hugh Jackman: Huh?
Willem Dafoe: That ain't moving me, let's put a little fire in it!
the gun shoots off 4 times and Owen and Luke Wilson start playing banjos and sing.
Owen and Luke: Take the ribbons from your hair,(Dafoe rips off Jason Schwartzman's wig and he screams)!
Owen and Luke: Shake it loose and let it fall,(Hugh Jackman, Johnny Depp and Brendan Fraser as waiters crash into each other and everything falls to the ground)!
Owen and Luke: Lay it soft against your skin,(Schwartzman slaps Dafoe in the face)!
Owen and Luke: Like the shadows on the wall,(Jeff Goldblum
Fantastic Mr. Fox Re-ReviewFantastic Mr. Fox Re-Review2 weeks ago in Reviews & Guides
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An urbane fox cannot resist returning to his farm raiding ways and then must help his community survive the farmers' retaliation. This is Rumor Control, here are the facts! When I was a child I adored the books of Roald Dahl. Of course there was the classic everyone loves and Tim Burton raped, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but there were so many others: Matilda, The Twits, The BFG, James and the Giant Peach and George’s Marvelous Medicine. But above all others the one I adored the most, the one I held in the highest regard, one of my all-time favorite books from my childhood was The Fantastic Mr. Fox. I had loved the characters, the story, the way everything was told, those seventy odd pages had enveloped so much time of my primary school years. But as I got older I stopped reading it and would only fondly remember it from time to time. That was until four years ago when I learned there was going to be a movie. After seeing the trailer for it I was, for lack of a better term,