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Movie Review: M Night Shyamalan's 'Old' (Spoiler Review)
Old stars Vicky Krieps and Gael Garcia Bernal as Prisca and Guy Capps, a married couple on the rocks. Prisca and Guy are approaching a separation just as Prisca is dealing with a a potentially cancerous tumor and the potential of an early death. The two have won an all expenses paid trip to an island paradise via a contest they weren’t even aware they were part of. So, they pack up themselves and their two kids, daughter Maddox 11, and son Trent 6.
Secondhand Lions - A Movie Review
Always continue to live life’s best adventures. Released to theaters in 2003, Secondhand Lions centers around a young boy. Dropped off by his irresponsible mother to live with his eccentric uncles for the summer, Walter is fascinated by their past. During this summer, they all learn and grow.
Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal #3
Marjorie Finnegan Temporal Criminal #3 AWA Upshot Studios 2021 Written by Garth Ennis Illustrated by Goran Sudžuka Coloured by Miroslav MRVA
From Page to Handcrafted
Believe it or not, I have lived 1,000 different lives. I have been Persephone, trapped in the underworld with Hades. I have been Poppy, trying to escape a life of imprisonment as the Maiden. I have even been a high fae ruling a kingdom of dreams. Every time I open the new pages of a book I become a new person. I feel their joy, their sorrows, and understand their dreams. These are the feelings I love to bring to life for the others who share my sense of adventure.
Paris Buckingham's agenda on The Bold and the Beautiful
Those who watch THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL are scratching their heads over Paris Buckingham's latest move. Viewers are desiring clarity in what is really going on but have yet to get it. Some fans are saying they did not even know that Zoe's little sis was living with her because their home was never shown. The siblings had a strong rivalry and Zoe wanted Paris to leave LA. It probably never crossed anyone's mind that they were sharing a living space because of the way they bickered.
Book Review: "Dear Reader" by Cathy Rentzenbrink
When it comes to writing, I would personally love to write an autobiography like this one when I’m a little older. Writing a book about how much you appreciate books and the authors behind them is a special kind of personal autobiography in which you can really get close to the narrator and where their lives are leading them. It is also a great chance to share some really great book recommendations with the reader. For me, I have read quite a few (but not all!) of the books within this autobiography. I was more or less stunned by the fact that the novel “The Reader” by Bernard Schlink was included. I was told to read that in sixth form and I really did not get over the emotional scarring it left on me. The books are not all good though, some of them are ones that I did not wholeheartedly agree with but then again, it is not my autobiography. You should all take one lesson from this book if any: read what you feel like and do not let anyone else tell you that what you are reading is not ‘worthy’ or that it doesn’t make you ‘academic’ in reading.
Villainess Review: Elise Simon (Devious Nanny)
As I mentioned in an earlier review, March and April 2018 were amazing months for this Lifetime movie fan, because the period featured some very amazing movies with awesome villainesses. The film that kicked off this trend was Devious Nanny, which was released as The Au Pair in 2017, and also went under the alternate title, Nanny Betrayal. The film centered on the Simons: Elise, Brian, and son Cody, as well as the couple hiring a new nanny, Amber Deschanel. She wasn't their first au pair; their last one, Becky Hopkins, was murdered in the film's opening, and it was revealed that she and Brian engaged in an affair.
12 Feet Deep - A Movie Review
We need to work together if we’re going to get out of this swimming pool alive! 12 Feet Deep was released in 2017. Trapped under the fiberglass of a public swimming pool, two sisters must fend for their survival. Trying every idea possible, the women are in for a harrowing night of torture.
The 5 Best lines in Restless Natives
Restless Natives is a 1985 film set in Edinburgh about two friends, Ronnie and Will, who dressed as the Clown and the Wolfman hold up tourist coaches in the friendliest way possible. In the process, they become local heroes and inadvertent tourist attractions themselves. The main conflict in the film comes from Ronnie wanting to become a more serious criminal, while Will is a romantic hero, far more concerned with doing the right thing than becoming rich. At the end of the day, the film is an exploration of their friendship as they struggle to find meaning and direction in Thatcher’s mid-eighties Britain.
4 Famous People Who Lost The Voice Nigeria
The Voice Nigeria season 3 concluded this past Saturday. (Skip this paragraph if you don’t want spoilers: The winner of Season 3 was announced as Esther, with Kpee and Eazzie being runner-ups. Understandably a lot of people, including myself, while we were so happy for Esther, Kpee, and Eazzie couldn’t believe that fan favorite Naomi Mac didn’t make it into the top 3. Even during the show, the surprise was very palpable.)
Josh Griffith teases Nikki may uncover Summer's secret on 'The Young and the Restless'
A number of those who watch THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS are calling for the head of the current co executive producer/head writer to be served on a platter. Many viewers are furious with Josh Griffith because he has not lived up to his promise to make things better in Genoa City. This is especially true as it relates to the departures of Michael Mealor and Hunter King who portray Kyle Abbott and Summer Newman.
"The Fighting Temeraire", by J M W Turner
“The Fighting Temeraire” (the full title includes the words “tugged to her last berth to be broken up”) is possibly the best-known painting by JMW Turner (1775-1851) and is one of the major attractions of the National Gallery, London. It is a masterpiece of light and colour, and one of the most atmospheric works of art ever committed to canvas.