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...nightmare. A hovering alien spaceship blasts a beam of light at the boy, sucking him up and disappearing into the night. Flash forward twenty years and now we are in some far-flung corner of the universe where Peter Quill, now a hunky adult played...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-06-0
News
Religion can kill you; choose life instead

...made the wrong choice. They experienced spiritual death. They became aware of the guilt and shame and hid from God. Flash forward a few thousand years. God says to Moses, ?Here are two mountains. One represents death and cursing (negative...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052507/religion_0525rel001.shtml
Religion
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge welcomes Stream Watch

...as advisory ambassadors, providing information on conservation efforts, fishing regulations and ethical angling.Flash forward 16 years and the Stream Watch program is thriving much like the riverbanks that the volunteers strive to protect...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/fishing/2011-06-24/kenai-national-wildlife-
Fishing | Outdoors
Gulliver travels to the 3-D dimension

...movie was terrible, giving it an almost generous C- in my review. It felt trite, silly, and broadly overdone. Flash-forward a few years and my son has nearly worn out his copy of that movie. My wife and I and the kids sit down to watch it...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/010611/pul_766416800.shtml
Pulse
On the water, then and now

...island's north shoreline with cargo, wrecked schooners and dead bodies. Some 100 fishing boats and 160 lives were lost. Flash forward to the present. We're still traveling and working on the water, but now it's nowhere near as dangerous. Few...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/fishing/2012-02-17/on-the-water-then-and-no
Fishing | Outdoors
Convoluted mess with clever casting

...fool! I'm a complete stranger!"). Fate and the curious luck of the action hero bring these four together and, flash-forward eight years, they are the best secret counter-whatever team in the Army. Now in Iraq, they get tapped for one...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/061710/pul_655365419.shtml
pulse
'Melancholia': The title sums it up

...etc. Having no context, these scenes, though very pretty, are fairly confusing. Is this a dream? Is this a flash-forward? Who knows. When the movie finally begins for real, we are at a wedding reception for Dunst's Justine, a beautiful...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2012-05-17/melancholia-the-title-
Arts & Entertainment
Reeling it in: Not your mother's wicked step-mother

...crone, Gothel, snatches the baby, stealing her away to a high tower where she can raise young Rapunzel as her own. Flash-forward 18 or so years, and Rapunzel is -- surprising, considering she's been locked in a tower her entire life -- a...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/120210/pul_744627092.shtml
Pulse
Twice Born

Now Playing Synopsis: Italian actor/director Sergio Castellitto takes the helm for this romantic war drama concerning a mother who finds her memories of a tragic romance stirred during a trip to Sarajevo with her teenage son. The year was 1984. With the Winter Olympics fast approaching, Gemma (Penélope Cruz) was in Bosnia when she fell in love with dashing American photographer Diego (Emile Hirsch). Their passions burned bright during their brief time together, but shortly after Gemma voiced her desire to become a mother, civil war erupted and plunged the country -- and their romance -- into chaos. Flash forward to present day, when Gemma receives word that an exhibition of Diego's photographs is about to go on display in Sarajevo. Still very much haunted by her complex and difficult past, Gemma boards a plane bound for Sarajevo with her teenage son. The moment she steps off the plane, the memories come rushing back. Later, as Gemma escorts her son around the city sharing stories from her youth, everything she sees seems to stir vivid memories of that ill-fated love affair, and the many ways that the harrowing experience shaped her into the person she is today. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Penélope Cruz, Emile Hirsch, Jane Birkin, Pietro Castellitto, Adnan Haskovic Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

The Conjuring

Now Playing Synopsis: A demonic entity lays claim to family living in a secluded farmhouse, prompting them to seek the aid of two renowned paranormal researchers in this tale of possession inspired by actual events. The story gets underway as paranormal researchers Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) evaluate a mysterious doll discovered by a trio of young roommates in 1968. Believing their house to be haunted by the wayward spirit of a deceased young girl, they give the girl permission to inhabit the doll, and soon their lives become a waking nightmare. Informed by Ed and Lorraine that they have fallen victim to an inhuman spirit (aka a demon) seeking a human host, the roommates entrust the doll to the Warrens, who place it in their personal museum for safekeeping. Flash forward three years to Harrisville, RI, where the Perron family have just moved into their country dream home -- an 18th century farmhouse that offers plenty of space for parents Carolyn (Lili Taylor) and Roger (Ron Livingston), as well as their five daughters Andrea (Shanley Caswell), Nancy (Hayley McFarland), Christine (Joey King), Cindy (Mackenzie Foy), and April (Kyla Deaver). It seems like the ideal place to raise a family until a series of unsettling events leave the Perron family convinced they are not alone. Terrified, Carolyn reaches out to the Warrens for help, and learns that a demonic entity has attached itself to her family, and has no intentions of letting them go. Meanwhile, the deeper the Warrens delve into the farmhouse's history, the clearer it becomes that this spirit has a murderous agenda, and that no one will be safe until it is driven back into darkness. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Lili Taylor, Ron Livingston, Shanley Caswell Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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