Lights, Camera, Action!

So the second annual Rainbow Cinemas Movie Marathon was a huge success. A few of us decided to take part in the 12-hour event to raise money for the Toronto Star’s Fresh Air Fun to help underprivileged children in the Toronto area. They screened five movies back to back including “Assault on Precinct 13“, “The Grudge” (which was actually not as bad as people said it was), “The Bourne Supremacy“, “Closer” (which did suck as much as people said it did.) and “Be Cool“.

It was also a chance to watch and observe some rather interesting people. People who I would normally not come across in my daily activities. But as strange as some folks were, it was a good idea and it raised over $12,000 for the kids in the city.

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