George is a modern-day traveler literally stuck in movie history, looking for a way out. Ever so soon having fallen in love with Marguerite, he stumbles from one film classic into another, ... See full summary »

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George is a modern-day traveler literally stuck in movie history, looking for a way out. Ever so soon having fallen in love with Marguerite, he stumbles from one film classic into another, taking him from the silent movie era right through the high tech blockbusters of the late 1990's. Every now and then George bumps into Marguerite once again so he can further kindle his blooming affair with her. As the journey unfolds, the audience literally won't stay untouched and will wonder just as hard as George and Marguerite do: where does it all end? Written by Swie Tio <sweet_t_prod@hotmail.com>

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George: I don't think this is my stop!
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Features Henry V (1989) See more »

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It's a kind of magic!
10 May 2007 | by (Pistoia Italy) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when I went last summer with my friend in Disneyland Paris and I thought it was beautiful, nice and so funny! It's constitute by a true movies' parade, from the oldest classics to more recent one, all linked by the history of a man who forgot to turn his mobile phone off in the theater and he is captured inside the "magic world of cinema" by an oriental magician. The quotes inside this short movie are unending and I don't want to blow you the surprise but I tell you that the best entertainment of this movie is to guess all the movies quoted so if you're going to see it, thing that I suggest you, try to do it and have a good time!


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