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“Cloud Atlas” is a thrilling trip through time


We saw Cloud Atlas over the weekend and greatly enjoyed the movie. A times, especially early on, it can be a tad confusing. But as the movie progresses everything starts to come together and you realize the depth and breath … Continue reading

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