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Lafayette finally gets some.
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Directed by Rob Reiner.by
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Based on a John le Carré novel.by
It's a fun mixture of high silliness and high style.by
No matter what your political convictions.by
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On Michel Gondry's latest.by
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This comic book is on another level.
Guess what? They hate each other.
Directed by Rob Reiner.
Yes, we know it's fake. Calm down.
So many Laurence Fishburne giggles.
Lots of Ibsen talk.
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Based on a John le Carré novel.
That's the deal.
It's a fun mixture of high silliness and high style.
His is a diverse and daring canon with universal appeal.
“There’s going to be a lot of fun Easter eggs for those who are big fans of the books."
He still sounds distinguished.
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