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25 December 2019

Holiday Romance Roundup

By // Cinema

Merry Christmas!!!!! I’ve spent pretty much my whole December absorbing as much feel-good holiday romance nonsense as possible. That means a few official #HallmarkBrand movies sent my way by generous publicists …

28 January 2016

My Cinematic 2015: 31-40

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For the past three years, I’ve been ranking every film I see- just the new releases, from January 1st to December 31st. The rankings are subjective, based entirely on how …

23 January 2016

My Cinematic 2015: 71-80

By // Cinema

For the past three years, I’ve been ranking every film I see- just the new releases, from January 1st to December 31st. The rankings are subjective, based entirely on how …

10 November 2015

Brooklyn: Good Filmmaking & Bad Decision Making

By // Cinema

Objectively, Brooklyn is a good movie. It was beautifully filmed, wonderfully acted, sentimental, without being overly so. It’s a shame the main character’s poor decision making in the last third …

06 November 2015

Crimson Peak, Thin & Pretty

By // Cinema

Crimson Peak was very pretty. Beautiful, even. And if all you required from your film-going experience is that a movie be aesthetically pleasing, you’ll probably enjoy Guillermo del Torro’s Crimson …

25 January 2015

My Cinematic 2014: 51-70

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For the past two years, I’ve been ranking every film I see- just the new releases, from January 1st to December 31st. The rankings are subjective, based entirely on how …

17 January 2015

My Cinematic 2014

By // Cinema

I started this last year, keeping a list of every movie I see all year (just the new releases) in order to form a definitive set of personal rankings come …

09 June 2014

The Fault In Our Stars

By // Cinema

Sometimes, a gal likes a good sob. It’s not all the time. I’m not really a Terms of Endearment kind of gal. The thing is, my tears (like my laughs …

27 January 2014

her

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Spike Jonze’s latest vehicle is, once again, a movie that fulfills a strong storyline, creates complex characters and will fill audience’s heads with questions. Unlike Where the Wild Things Are, …

06 May 2012

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

By // Books

Young adult romance is an art form like any other, and despite the lack of respect it often gets from mainstream audiences, it is certainly capable of being just as …

18 February 2012

On the Topic of Channing Tatum

By // Cinema

Girls are crazy for Channing Tatum. Seriously, there was a row of girls behind me at The Vow who literally squealed when he appeared shirtless for 15 seconds (they also …

13 February 2012

What to Expect from The Vow

By // Cinema

The Vow is exactly what you expect from watching the trailer. This is a good thing, generally, because it means that you can watch those three minutes and know, absolutely, …

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