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Colin McFarlane

Colin McFarlane


Birthdate: September 15, 1961

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Crown for Christmas (2015)

A recently fired maid in Manhattan, Allie takes a temp job as a governess. She reluctantly accepts the position after being warned that the little girl under her care – a European princess named Theodora – “has a tendency to terrorize authority figures.” When Allie realizes that Theodora’s poor ...
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The Dark Knight (2008)

In Gotham City, The Joker and his accomplices rob a mob-owned bank. The accomplices kill each other off one by one in a sequence masterminded by the Joker, who escapes alone with all the money. Batman and Lt. Jim Gordon decide to include the new district attorney, Harvey Dent, in their plan to er...
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Fragile (2005)

Mercy Falls, an English children's hospital, is closing down. One of the patients, Maggie, whom we later learn is an orphan suffering from cystic fibrosis, tells the night nurse, Susan, that she has seen "her" again. Just then, Simon, another patient, shrieks in pain as his leg is broken. Just as...
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Batman Begins (2005)

As a child, Bruce Wayne falls into a well, where he is attacked by a swarm of bats; he develops a fear of bats as a result. Soon afterward, he witnesses his parents' murder by mugger Joe Chill, leaving Bruce to be raised by the family's butler, Alfred Pennyworth. 14 years later, Chill is granted...
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Amnesia (2004)

An amnesiac might be a key figure in Detective Mackenzie Stone's search for his own wife, who disappeared five years ago.
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Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)

A Christmas Carol is a 2001 British live action/animated film based on Charles Dickens's classic novella. Directed by Jimmy T. Murakami, the film features the voices of numerous actors including Simon Callow, Kate Winslet (who also sang the film's theme "What If"), and Nicolas Cage.
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Dutch Girls (1985)

Dutch Girls is a 1985 film, released by the London Weekend Television Company, produced by Sue Birtwistle, directed by Giles Foster, and written by William Boyd. The film is about a group of young men who go to Holland to play hockey. Along the way they drink, smoke, and try to have sex. It featu...