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Wow, thanks everyone! I love you all.
I’ll try to post more original content for you, including videos. Your support is so appreciated, you can’t even imagine how much. I wish I could interact with you more.
Contact me, I don’t bite.
Wow, thanks everyone! I love you all.
I’ll try to post more original content for you, including videos. Your support is so appreciated, you can’t even imagine how much. I wish I could interact with you more.
Contact me, I don’t bite.

Wow, thanks everyone! I love you all.

I’ll try to post more original content for you, including videos. Your support is so appreciated, you can’t even imagine how much. I wish I could interact with you more.

Contact me, I don’t bite.

What movie bloggers are really doing.
Story of my life.
What movie bloggers are really doing.
Story of my life.

What movie bloggers are really doing.

Story of my life.

THE KATHERINE HEIGL PRINCIPLE

A new video on my youtube channel about how we can save Hollywood from bad movies. Hope you enjoy. :)

Major News!

I’m announcing that themoviedoc.com will move to a wordpress platform quite soon (in the next few days). But don’t worry, the tumblr version will remain the same.

The reason is simple: I want my website to grow, and sadly I can’t exactly acheive that by simply keeping a tumblr. So just like Total Film or plenty of other blogs, I’ll also get a proper website. Therefore, I may be looking for collaborators in the near future (but I’ll make another announcement when the time comes).

The first rule of Tumblr is: You do not talk about Tumblr.
The second rule of Tumblr is: YOU DO NOT TALK ABOUT TUMBLR…but please reblog my posts.
- Tyler Durden in Tumblr Club
In 2011, Jack would say: This is tumblr, and your life is ending one minute at a time.
In 2011, Jack would say: This is tumblr, and your life is ending one minute at a time.
In 2011, Jack would say: This is tumblr, and your life is ending one minute at a time.

In 2011, Jack would say: This is tumblr, and your life is ending one minute at a time.

Wow!
Seriously, thank you everyone for your support, it’s amazing! I especially want to thank the first followers who are still following my posts. I remember a year ago (or so) when I was strugling to get more than 30 followers.
Merci beaucoup, votre soutien me touche beaucoup!
Wow!
Seriously, thank you everyone for your support, it’s amazing! I especially want to thank the first followers who are still following my posts. I remember a year ago (or so) when I was strugling to get more than 30 followers.
Merci beaucoup, votre soutien me touche beaucoup!

Wow!

Seriously, thank you everyone for your support, it’s amazing! I especially want to thank the first followers who are still following my posts. I remember a year ago (or so) when I was strugling to get more than 30 followers.

Merci beaucoup, votre soutien me touche beaucoup!

The Best Pixar Movies (so far) : The Feature Films

Pixar is quite simply the best animation studio out there (with Studio Ghibli) because they keep focusing on quality entertainment instead of pure commercialism. You can hate them for Cars and making useless sequels, but in 50 years their classics will still overshadow everything that Dreamworks or Sony has produced.

Obviously, some titles didn’t made the cut. I love them all, but that’s how a top 5 works.

Don’t miss part 1 about the short movies.


5- Up

How many movies make you cry in the first minutes?!

Up is a touching story about love and regrets. It captures the feeling of getting old and losing your loved one quite perfectly. Personally though, the rest of the story was a little weaker than what I expected (Blame Pixar for making near masterpieces almost every time).

4- The Incredibles

Funny fact:

When The Incredibles came out, Fox made reshoots on Fantastic Four. Of course, their movie still sucked, but it just shows how much of an impact The Incredibles had.

It’s hilarious and action packed and at the same time it talks about the usual dramas that a family go through, so basically…it’s the perfect family movie!

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If I create a Tumblr meetup in Montreal this summer, how many of you would show up?