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The machinist
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As a bleak and chilling mood piece, The Machinist gets under your skin and stays there. Christian Bale threw himself into the title role with such devotion that he shed an alarming 63 pounds to play Trevor Reznik (talk about "starving artist"!), a factory worker who hasn't slept in a year. He's haunted by some mysterious occurrence that turned him into a paranoid husk, sleepwalking a fine line between harsh reality and nightmare fantasy--a state of mind that leaves him looking disturbingly gaunt and skeletal in appearance. (It's no exaggeration to say that Bale resembles a Holocaust survivor from vintage Nazi-camp liberation newsreels.) In a cinematic territory far removed from his 1998 romantic comedy Next Stop Wonderland, director Brad Anderson orchestrates a grimy, nocturnal world of washed-out blues and grays, as Trevor struggles to assemble the clues of his psychological conundrum. With a friendly hooker (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and airport waitress (Aitana Snchez-Gijn) as his only stable links to sanity, Trevor reaches critical mass and seems ready to implode just as The Machinist reveals its secrets. For those who don't mind a trip to hell with a theremin-laced soundtrack, The Machinist seems primed for long-term status as a cult thriller on the edge. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com  read more
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The Machinist
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Release Date: 2005-10-03, Audio CD, Mellowdrama  read more
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The Machinist
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.  read more
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The Machinist [DVD] [2004]
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As a bleak and chilling mood piece, The Machinist gets under your skin and stays there. Christian Bale threw himself into the title role with such devotion that he shed an alarming 63 pounds to play Trevor Reznik (talk about "starving artist"!), a factory worker who hasn't slept in a year. He's haunted by some mysterious occurrence that turned him into a paranoid husk, sleepwalking a fine line between harsh reality and nightmare fantasy--a state of mind that leaves him looking disturbingly gaunt and skeletal in appearance. (It's no exaggeration to say that Bale resembles a Holocaust survivor from vintage Nazi-camp liberation newsreels.) In a cinematic territory far removed from his 1998 romantic comedy Next Stop Wonderland, director Brad Anderson orchestrates a grimy, nocturnal world of washed-out blues and grays, as Trevor struggles to assemble the clues of his psychological conundrum. With a friendly hooker (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and airport waitress (Aitana Snchez-Gijn) as his only stable links to sanity, Trevor reaches critical mass and seems ready to implode just as The Machinist reveals its secrets. For those who don't mind a trip to hell with a theremin-laced soundtrack, The Machinist seems primed for long-term status as a cult thriller on the edge. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com  read more
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The Machinist [DVD]
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As a bleak and chilling mood piece, The Machinist gets under your skin and stays there. Christian Bale threw himself into the title role with such devotion that he shed an alarming 63 pounds to play Trevor Reznik (talk about "starving artist"!), a factory worker who hasn't slept in a year. He's haunted by some mysterious occurrence that turned him into a paranoid husk, sleepwalking a fine line between harsh reality and nightmare fantasy--a state of mind that leaves him looking disturbingly gaunt and skeletal in appearance. (It's no exaggeration to say that Bale resembles a Holocaust survivor from vintage Nazi-camp liberation newsreels.) In a cinematic territory far removed from his 1998 romantic comedy Next Stop Wonderland, director Brad Anderson orchestrates a grimy, nocturnal world of washed-out blues and grays, as Trevor struggles to assemble the clues of his psychological conundrum. With a friendly hooker (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and airport waitress (Aitana Snchez-Gijn) as his only stable links to sanity, Trevor reaches critical mass and seems ready to implode just as The Machinist reveals its secrets. For those who don't mind a trip to hell with a theremin-laced soundtrack, The Machinist seems primed for long-term status as a cult thriller on the edge. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com  read more
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The Machinists' Strike, 1901 (1901)
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain....  read more
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The Boston Machinist
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Pages: 158, Hardcover, Wentworth Press  read more
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The Complete Practical Machinist
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremel....  read more
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The Boston Machinist
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowled....  read more
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The Modern Machinist ..
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Pages: 338, Hardcover, Wentworth Press  read more
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The Machinist [DVD]
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The Machinist [DVD]  read more
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The Machinist: Making Time
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"Alexander Maisey is off to a good start with the first novella in his Machinist trilogy. He's created a universe that includes a bunch of complicated superheroes." -SuperHeroNovels.com review of The Machinist Part One: MalevolenceFREE Oct 09 through Oct 13, 2013 ***ONLY!*** A short story set in the same world as the best-selling supervillain novella series "The Machinist." Originally released as a Comic-Con 2013 exclusive short story. Cover by Mark Williams with Michael Shean.  read more
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The Engineer And Machinist
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfectionss....  read more
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The Machinist [DVD]
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As a bleak and chilling mood piece, The Machinist gets under your skin and stays there. Christian Bale threw himself into the title role with such devotion that he shed an alarming 63 pounds to play Trevor Reznik (talk about "starving artist"!), a factory worker who hasn't slept in a year. He's haunted by some mysterious occurrence that turned him into a paranoid husk, sleepwalking a fine line between harsh reality and nightmare fantasy--a state of mind that leaves him looking disturbingly gaunt and skeletal in appearance. (It's no exaggeration to say that Bale resembles a Holocaust survivor from vintage Nazi-camp liberation newsreels.) In a cinematic territory far removed from his 1998 romantic comedy Next Stop Wonderland, director Brad Anderson orchestrates a grimy, nocturnal world of washed-out blues and grays, as Trevor struggles to assemble the clues of his psychological conundrum. With a friendly hooker (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and airport waitress (Aitana Snchez-Gijn) as his only stable links to sanity, Trevor reaches critical mass and seems ready to implode just as The Machinist reveals its secrets. For those who don't mind a trip to hell with a theremin-laced soundtrack, The Machinist seems primed for long-term status as a cult thriller on the edge. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com  read more
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Machinist
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Release Date: 2006-03-07, Audio CD, Import  read more
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The Machinist Part One: Malevolence
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Recently paroled supervillain Nicholas McHenry wants to get back in the game, cracking bank vaults and superhero skulls. But not even twenty-four hours go by before McHenry is arrested and humiliated by the world's foremost superhero team. Framed as the mastermind of a plot to take over the world, McHenry needs to clear his name with the heroes--But between him and his retribution stands an army of his villainous brethren, all of whom want him dead.  read more
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Martyr: Volume 3 (The Machinists)
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Allyn McCollum and his team of Machinists, the first in a new breed of magi, have successfully led t....  read more
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Martyr (The Machinists Book 3)
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Allyn McCollum and his team of Machinists, the first in a new breed of magi, have successfully led the McCollum Family through an FBI manhunt, finding refuge in the home of a former rival.As the Family struggles to recover, the magi leadership has denied all pleas for help. So when the Arch Mage pays the Family an unexpected visit, Allyn fears the worst. But the news is even more terrifying than he imagined.An ancient Family has been massacred by an unknown enemy, and there's only one survivora young girl who is too traumatized to tell her story. Hoping to avoid igniting a panic within the magi Order, Arch Mage Westarra presents the Family with a secret offer they can't refuse: discover who is behind the attack and he'll re-admit them into the magi Forum.Once again the McCollum Family turns to Allyn and his team of Machinists to see it through. Unfortunately for Allyn, the Arch Mage has secrets of his own, and the truth will change the course of magi history forever.  read more
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The Machinists (3 Book Series)
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From Book 1: Allyn Kaplans life is anything but magical. As a first year associate at a prestigious Portland law firm, his professional life is on the rise. All that is turned upside-down by a mysterious attack on his life by strange people with stranger abilities. Thrust into an underground world of magic where rival Families are on the brink of war, Allyn wants only to return to his normal life and thriving career. But distancing himself from this new reality is nearly impossible. Haunted by the attack and questioning why he was targeted to begin with, Allyn's questions only deepen with the sudden disappearance of his sister. The only place to turn for answers, and for help, is a Magi Family whose agenda he wants no part of. Yet with his sister's life on the line, he may have no choice but to pick a side.  read more
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Splinter (The Machinists Book 2)
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Allyn Kaplan, once a promising lawyer and now first in a new breed of magi, has dealt an improbable deathblow to a movement that sought to destroy his new Family and expose the magi existence to the world. But not without great cost. The McCollum Manor has fallen, the Family is on the verge of splintering, and the police, who believe Allyn is responsible for his sister's disappearance, are closing in.Jaxon, the acting Grand Mage of the McCollum Family, struggles with Allyn to hold the Family together and stay ahead of the mounting investigation. But with the magi Forum unwilling to meet their request for aid, they're on their own, and only a desperate plan offers hope to reassert their Family's legitimacy and force the magi leadership into action.Before they can act, a mysterious video appears online that can bring the investigation to their doorstep, pitting Allyn and Jaxon in a race against time to discover its origins before the police close in and their secret order is revealed.  read more
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