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Day 12 of the 30-day Blogging Challenge asks that I share my celebrity crushes. He’s a great actor, he’s directed a short film that was selected for the Sundance Film Festival in 2009.

Regular readers my remember an earlier post I wrote about my main celebrity crush, Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He runs hit, an online collaborative production company that shares its profits with contributing artists. My other main actor musician crush is Jason Schwartzman. I think I’ve liked everything he’s been in, including Phantom Planet and Coconut Records.

As always, we started the meeting off with an awful ice breaker.

The information we had to share with the team was who our first TV Show crush was growing up.

Of course I was sitting in the front of the room, so I was elected to share first.

I was madly obsessed with boys at a very young age, so I’m sure there are a handful of crushes I can’t remember at this point.

Sounds awfully similar to the premise of HBO's The Sopranos; however, this movie stars Robert De Niro doing a comic version of his wiseguy persona and has Billy Crystal and Lisa Kudrow providing more comic relief. 5) BABY GENIUSES D: Bob Clark; with Kathleen Turner, Christopher Lloyd, Kim Cattrall, Peter Mac Nichol, Ruby Dee. 12) BLOOD, GUTS, BULLETS & OCTANE D: Joe Carnahan; with Carnahan, Dan Leis, Ken Rudolph, Dan Harlan.

A three-year-old son disappears in a split instant only to reappear nine years later at the age of 12, with no memory of his real parents or his troubled older brother.

The film is based on the book by Jacquelyn Mitchard and focuses on the heartbreak of losing a child and its effect on the family. 12) DOUG'S 1ST MOVIE D: Maurice Joyce; with the voices of Thomas Mc Hugh, Becca Lish, Fred Newman, Chris Phillips, Alice Playten, Doug Preis, Connie Shulman.

This award-winning Iranian film is set in modern Teheran and follows the relationship between an impoverished brother and sister who decide to solve a problem on their own without telling their parents. 19) THE CORRUPTOR D: James Foley; with Chow Yun-Fat, Mark Wahlberg, Ric Young.

Oliver Stone executive-produced this film about a rookie cop whose idealism clashes with the compromises he encounters in the department.

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