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Submitted by Leon Thomas 816d ago | video

Labyrinth & Requiem for a Dream: Lost Innocence

Is Requiem for a Dream the unofficial sequel to Labyrinth? Can films that share themes be as connected as those that share plot? (Culture, Labyrinth, Requiem for a Dream)

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cyclindk  +   816d ago
A$$ to A$$

What's the Labyrinth equivalent of that?
DasTier  +   815d ago
Bass to mouth
cyclindk  +   815d ago
Bass? :)
Tzuno  +   815d ago
Tossed salad. :)
ovhaum  +   815d ago
A$$ES to A$$ES

Funk to funky?
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DarkBlood  +   815d ago
what in the hell are you guys talking about lol
cyclindk  +   815d ago
Watch Requiem (if you're over 18).
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