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“Voices editor Salam Adil expresses the appropriate skepticism towards recent development in Iraq: It is like deja-vu all over again.”
“Mr. Hellman screens "The Road to Nowhere," a movie-within-a-movie, wrapped in a mystery, that evokes the backlot noir of David Lynch's "Mullholland Dr." and the deja-vu seductions of "Last Year at Marienbad.”
“And now, in a similar case of deja-vu, our esteemed director is back to more of the same with an ALIEN prequel? brianimator”
“Fast forward five years, it was an eerie and stomach-turning case of deja-vu.”
“This is very ominous as Iraq cannot afford for it to be "deja-vu all over again.”
“As I continue to follow the devastating news concerning the oil spill on the Gulf Coast, I am overwhelmed with a sense of deja-vu from the Exxon-Valdez tragedy that occurred in Alaska over two decades ago.”
“Since this is as traditional and copybook a production as any you could wish, with a pillar by pillar recreation of Rome's Sant'Andrea church and even a heroine (Amanda Echalaz) who looks like that ultimate Tosca, Callas herself, it was deja-vu all over again.”
“Do not misunderstand, that does not mean that the experienced readers will get bored with deja-vu.”
“This, I suppose, also explains the vague but nagging feeling of deja-vu that follows you through the book.”
“I didn't read that many Spidey comics but that one stuck with me, and seeing that design, I got a bit of deja-vu whiplash.”
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