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August Rush screencaps! [Aug. 7th, 2008|02:48 am]
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Screencaps: 2,462
Resolution: 1248x512 (dvd)
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Gallery & download links here @ inadream_caps
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.::CATCF movie review::. [Jul. 17th, 2008|12:34 pm]
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Good morning everyone! Great mode of starting a day, isn't it?

I received fairly many messages concerning the movie review that I promised some weeks ago, so here it is: 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', Tim Burton's 2005 production, minutely presented for your heart's content.:)

Enjoy yourself & don't forget to leave comments!

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new here [Apr. 20th, 2008|09:16 am]
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 i'm new to lj, and i love Freddie. so hey.
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Frarah? [Dec. 30th, 2007|06:38 pm]
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[Current Mood |cheerfulcheerful]
[Current Music |Audioslave - Like a stone]


This made me giggle. It said on the thread that this is Freddie with Sarah Bolger, his co-star in the Spiderwick Chronicles who plays Mallory Grace. I had no idea they were going out.
Also on the thread on IMDB this one girl was so upset about their relationship. I found it most entertaining. I'm sorry if this is old news. I'm so out of the loops on these sort of things.
I'm just curious about everyone's thoughts.
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***EDIT: With more digging I have discovered this IS old news
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August Rush Video Spam [Dec. 3rd, 2007|08:12 pm]
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[Current Mood |chipperchipper]
[Current Music |August Rush OST]

I totally shouldn't be here typing this post when I have three tests tomorrow, but my love for the movie has prompted me to spread the Freddie love in this zombie like community. Which is very surprising considering he's been doing so much lately. Anyway, I was browsing through YouTube and found some interviews and August Rush promotional stuff I thought I should share. The interviews are under the cut to keep the post looking pretty, but I'll add the trailer too. August Rush is out in theaters in the USA! Go see it if you can!

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'August Rush'. [Sep. 4th, 2007|01:40 pm]
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To everyone who participated in the survey mentioned in an earlier entry, thank you very much for your time and efforts in filling it out. It's now closed and no further input need be given; there was so much that I now need to sit and read through.

It's very much appreciated and gave a clear idea of some matters pertaining to this film.

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August Rush survey. [Aug. 29th, 2007|02:53 pm]
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A survey's being conducted about August Rush; it's simply to know what everyone knows about the film and to possibly help determine the course of something being written about the film (content, format etc).

Whoever answers it, I thank you now in advance. Any problems with answering questions due to technical fault, email whatdoeslooking@livejournal.com (or @yahoo.com) so it can be fixed.

Thanks so much.
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August Doodle [Aug. 7th, 2007|01:42 am]
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August Rush [PG]:

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"The man who got what he wanted" by Marama_tsg (posted on request) [Jan. 19th, 2007|07:15 pm]
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[Current Location |home, sweet home]
[Current Mood |shockedoverwhelmed]
[Current Music |Michael Jackson's "Speechless"]

Full-sized Version at Marama's Deviant Art Page

Myself and this artist go far back into Charlie and the Chocolate Factory fandom, she was one of the first people I ran across and she is still one of the most talented. But even more, she has proved to be an extremely brave, accepting, and big-hearted. She knows herself and isn't ashamed to admit her faults though she has more attributes. I admire the growth I have seen in her not only as an artist, but as a person as well.

This picture is so beautiful that it doesn't have to be dedicated to anyone, but I happen to have the honor to say that it is mine. I'm still struggling about what to say, but I think it is this:

The best moments of the internet made me feel exactly like this picture. She captured the pure emotion of joy as Charlie and Willy seem to have captured it within each other. Also, I am as hopelessly sappy as a candy boat licked by a child right now. *^^*

Because you have to listen to this with the art: Michael Jackson's "Speechless"
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Interview with Mia Farrow about "Aurther and the Invisibles" [Jan. 16th, 2007|05:29 pm]
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[Current Location |The Boy: A Photographic Essay]
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[Current Music |Poets of the Fall, "Carnival Of Rust" Album]

Q: The press kit quotes Freddie Highmore saying you regaled him with tales about Frank Sinatra and The Beatles...

A: Well, certainly not to me did he ever mention Frank Sinatra. I've no idea if he knows who Frank Sinatra was. Certainly, he never brought up The Beatles. One can make a better assumption that he might know who they were. But honest to god, it never came up. So there you have people weaving things! It might've been pure desperation on his part, wondering what to say. He might've just got bored! We were in France, and Luc, Freddie and I did press junkets all day long, and how that child maintained his patience - let alone any interest at all - I have no idea. It's a great tribute to him. He might've ended up Googling me and figuring out some safe stuff to say.

Q: So how did you get on with Freddie? Did you talk about your past encounters?

A: No, we very much lived in the present. Freddie is loads of fun, on lots of levels. It was a great relief to discover Freddie has wonderful parents, who I happily made my friends. Both his father, who is loads of fun, and his mother, who is equally fun, are thoroughly responsible, hilarious - in the best sense - excellent company and excellent parents. Freddie himself has a wonderful family, and he's a happy child and he seems to love acting. That says, he's also very good at it. He was magical in "Finding Neverland", for example. He was a pleasure to work with. 'Professional' isn't even the right word. He's thoroughly present in the scene, so it's easy to work with him. He's there. And there's a spontaneity and a commitment that makes him too fun to work with. He's also good company. We were in Normandy for a chunk of the time, living on Luc Besson's property. We were all living there, so on weekends we would drive around, and we had meals together. We went to see the beaches of Normandy, and ate crepes together. He's fluent in French. He's also an excellent mime, and can imitate people really well, and he has an excellent sense of humour, which I really appreciate. You think he's quiet but he's so perceptive.

The full article can be found here: http://www.yourmovies.com.au:80/news/?action=news&i=112950

And you can find buckets more Freddie goodness at THIS fansite: http://www.freddie-highmore.org/

Random Fact: Mia Farrow was the voice of The Last Unicorn!!
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