Tuesday, December 27, 2016

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Marc Dashevsky <usenet@MarcDashevsky.com>: Dec 27 12:03AM -0600

In article <l-OdnSi5lZwqKsHFnZ2dnUU7-S_NnZ2d@giganews.com>, msb@vex.net says...
> Warning: the three cities won't necessarily be the largest or most
> famous ones along that river.
> 1. Basel, Strasbourg, Bonn.
> 2. Waterloo, Cambridge, Paris.
> 3. Bismarck, Omaha, Kansas City.
> 4. Regensburg, Bratislava, Belgrade.
> 5. Geneva, Lyon, Arles.
> 6. Prince George, Chilliwack, Maple Ridge.
> 7. Minneapolis, St. Louis, Memphis.
> 8. Turin, Piacenza, Cremona.
> 9. Dresden, Wittenberg, Hamburg.
> 10. Revelstoke, Portland, Astoria.
> 1. Ranked #25. The BBC started the century early, in 2000, the
> year this film was made. Christopher Nolan directs Guy Pearce
> and Carrie-Anne Moss in a story about an amnesiac avenger.
> strikes oil. The Washington Post called this 2007 film
> "a sprawling, half-mad testament to greed, industry, moral
> hypocrisy, and ballyhoo".
There Will Be Blood
> 6. Ranked #1. In 2001, David Lynch turned a rejected TV pilot
> into a feature film starring Naomi Watts and Laura Harring.
> It's named for a road in Los Angeles.
Mulholland Drive
> 7. Ranked #17. In 2006, Guillermo del Toro wrote and directed
> this story set partly in Franco's Spain and partly in the
> fantasy world of its pre-teen protagonist, Ofelia.
Pan's Labyrinth
> 9. Ranked #10. The Coen brothers picked up the 2007 Best Picture
> Oscar for this modern-day western starring Josh Brolin as
> Llewelyn Moss and Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh.
No Country For Old Men
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