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End of Act Three

Wow. Can you believe that it’s been a whole year of movies . . . AGAIN! I can hardly believe it myself, but we’re not even close to the end. Each movie has a connection, and I’m here to show you all how each movie is connected to another. As is always the case, I want to thank the regular readers of this blog. However, if you’re just looking around, trying to find some interesting thoughts about a film, just know that each Friday a new movie is added to the connection list. So, with another 52 movies added to the list, which one was your favorite? Or was your favorite from last year? Or the year before?
Kramer vs. Kramer
Julie & Julia
Babette’s Feast
Ratatouille
An American in Paris
Holiday Inn
Rise of the Guardians
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Chicken Run
The Great Escape
Seven Samurai
A Bug’s Life
The Greatest Show on Earth
The Ten Commandments
The Passion of the Christ
Braveheart
Gladiator
Spartacus
Wall Street
42nd Street
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Across the Universe
Yellow Submarine
Avatar
Titanic
The Poseidon Adventure
Upside Down
Romeo and Juliet
Rushmore
Moonrise Kingdom
The Parent Trap
The Prestige
The Illusionist
Now You See Me
Driving Miss Daisy
Collateral
Django Unchained
Catch Me if You Can
The Sting
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Cool Hand Luke
The Shawshank Redemption
The Shining
Chinatown
Dirty Harry
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Wild Bunch
The Grapes of Wrath
12 Angry Men
Runaway Jury
The French Connection

As more movies are made, more movies make the list. That’s the awesome reality of the world of Cinema Connections! Welcome to 2015 and “Act Four”!

I know I usually have a picture of my movie collection on these yearly summaries, but right now most of it is in boxes as I prepare to move in March. As a consolation, here’s a chart of the release dates of past and future movies on the Cinema Connections list. Can you guess what these movies are?

Cinema Connections chart

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