We’re way past the panic stage and firmly in the dread stage after the violent white supremacist demonstration in Charlottesville this past weekend, plus the president’s subsequent inability to fully denounce the aggressors and his sympathetic feelings toward fucking Nazis. So what do we do in times like these? Given Broad City creators Abbi Jacobson’s and I […]
Marvel’s The Defenders is upon us with just a few days left before it premieres, and early reviews are generally positive (you can read ours here). The show is the culmination of three years of work, uniting the four heroes of Marvel’s Netflix properties for an all-out war against Sigourney Weaver’s Alexandra and clandestine organization The Hand. In the vid […]
While everyone seems to agree that Pet Sounds is one of the most important albums ever made, the Beach Boys are still seen as something of a novelty. For many, all that lies beyond that landmark album is “Kokomo” and some Full House cameos. Of course, part of that has to do with Brian Wilson’s troubles, his departure from the band, and its dip into Hawaiian […]
Calico Skies is a 2017 thriller about a self-condemned to the immense and boundless prison of the desert, digging a hole every month. The post Calico Skies (2017) Review appeared first on That Moment In.
The Age of Innocence is a 1993 romantic drama about nineteenth-century New York high society, where a young lawyer falls in love with a woman separated from her husband, while he is engaged to the woman's cousin. The post What To Watch: Forbidden Love in ‘The Age Of Innocence’ (1993) appeared first on That Moment In.
If you’re the type of person who doesn’t like romantic comedies, When Harry Met Sally… is probably the romantic comedy for you. The story of two New Yorkers who meet cute not once, not twice, but three times, become friends, … Continue reading →
Howards Hawks and Alfred Hitchcock are two of my favourite filmmakers. Famous for their taste in women, they bequeathed us, respectively, the Hawksian woman and the Hitchcock blonde.Many women have earned the distinction of being labelled a Hitchcock blonde, Tippi … Continue reading →
Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets (2017) French: Valérian et la Cité des mille planètes Directed by Luc Besson Based on Valérian and Laureline by Pierre Christin & Jean-Claude Mézières Starring: Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, Rihanna, Ethan Hawke, Herbie Hancock, Kris Wu, Rutger Hauer Plot Synopsis: (via IMDB) A dark force … Continue […]
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Directed by Jon Watts Based on Spider-Man by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko Starring: Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Donald Glover, Tyne Daly, Marisa Tomei, Robert Downey Jr., Laura Harrier, Bokeem Woodbine, Logan Marshall-Green, Martin Starr Music by Michael Giacchino Plot Synopsis: (via IMDB) Peter Parker, with […]
This article looks at the most controversial entry in the James Bond series.Here now is the Licence to Kill review that I initially planned to write before Sir Roger Moore’s passing.If any entry in the James Bond series can be described as “polarizing”, it’s this one. Some love it for its intensity and for the way it does something different with the Bond fo […]
This past week, my sister had another baby & I had the chance of chatting with the delightful Deborah Voorhees again. Deborah Voorhees is best known among horror fans for her role in Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (where she was credited as “Debi Sue Voorhees”) and coincidentally sharing the same surname as the film series’ murderous central cha […]
Starring: Richard Gere, Steve Coogan, Laura Linney, Rebecca Hall Director: Oren Moverman Two upwardly mobile brothers and their wives meet at an expensive resturant to discuss the behaviour of their sons and what to do about a serious crime that they committed. One is a powerful politician (Gere), the other a bitter and angry… Continue reading The Dinner ( […]
Starring: Eric Ruffin, Chloe Levine Director: Michael O’Shea Milo is a quiet, anti-social teen who is obsessed with vampire lore. He lives in a crappy apartment block where he’s bullied by the local thugs and lives with his ex-military brother, who spends most of his time watching TV. His parents are both dead. But Milo’s… Continue reading The Transfiguratio […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to share with you a make up look that I’ve been loving for the past few months. It’s the make up I’ve used whenever I want to look a bit more put together. It’s a glowy, dewy and shimmery make up. First step: Skin […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I’m going to share with you a Summer look that it’s a bit different from my usual style. I think Summer is the perfect time to experiment with different styles and have fun with colourful complements, clothes and even make up. This day I decided to […]
Warning: If you haven’t seen Sunday’s episode of “Game of Thrones,” spoilers ahead. The last time we saw Joe Dempsie’s “Game of Thrones” character Gendry, he was departing Dragonstone in a rowboat, noting that he could not swim. Four years later, Sunday night, in the fifth episode of the seventh...
Sisterhood has always been powerful in “Orphan Black,” BBC America’s small but mighty clone drama. Creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett were never afraid to take on all sorts of complicated issues — foster care, genetic tinkering, religious zealotry, suburban marriage — but during its five-season...
Thursday, there was a pretty good article on Decider on the problems Universal is going to have in creating its "Dark Universe," which launched Friday with the premiere of THE MUMMY. Written by Brett White, "Monster Problem: Dark Universe is the Anti-Marvel" covers some of the things that have made Universal's model, the Marvel' […]
Three years ago, I jotted down some thoughts here on comic-to-screen adaptations and where I thought they were falling short. The number of such productions in the years since has continued to explode, blanketing movie and television screens and with so many future projects in the works at any given time, it's difficult to keep up with all of them. Augu […]
I love you as you are – That face that stills my heart. That smile that makes it beat, Still every time we meet. The way you love me so, How we each hate letting go, When we hold each other tight, And talk sweet late at night. The way you hold my […]
Registering birth details with government records is one of the most essential work that every Indian (not limited to India only) is supposed to do at the earliest. In this article, we will be checking the details on how one can register birth details online in their respective states. From last few months, digital wave has surely started in country and thin […]
Want to check the possibilities of solemnizing marriages online in India? Well here in this article we are going to explore all the facts that needs to be discussed about marriage solemnization in country. Can we as Indian have proper facilities to register marriage online or do we still need to go through conventional old ways of offline marriage solemnizat […]
Directed by Angelina Jolie, and featured at the forthcoming Toronto International Film Festival, “First They Killed My Father” promises to be a powerful film. See also the list “My 10 Favourite “Human Rights” Films“.
Maddy at Maddy Loves Her Classic Films is hosting The Alfred Hitchcock blogathon, and this is my entry dissecting one of Hitchcock’s most claustrophobic and intriguing films: “Rope” (1948). Even thought this film may not be as ambitious as Hitchcock’s later “Psycho” (1960), it is still suspenseful, tense, cerebral and belongs to one of my favourite […] […]
Way back in February, The Muppets and the Hollywood Bowl amphitheater in Los Angeles announced a three-night grand fireworks finale performance for the end of the summer concert season in September. Naturally, Southern California Muppet fans were quick to purchase tickets as soon as they went on sale, but the only problem was there were very few details […] […]
Cedar Point is one of the hottest destinations in the country for coaster fans and on National Roller Coaster Day, the park decided to announce a new addition to its already impressive lineup. “Steel Vengeance” will be a wood-steel hybrid coaster that is taller and faster than any of its kind. It will stand at […] The post Cedar Point announces record-breaki […]
We're enjoying some savanna views at Animal Kingdom Lodge -- along with some Banana Bread and Bobotie -- at the Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast!Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and: Subscribe to our NewsletterFollow us on TwitterBecome a Facebook Fan Relat […]
I'm sharing a glimpse into some of the delicious treats I found on my family's recent Disney Cruise Line voyage to Alaska aboard the Disney Wonder. Check out this photo tour of Skagway Sweets!Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and: Subscribe to […]
This show was originally shown at New Theatre on the 3rd of November 2016. This article originally appeared on AussieTheatre.com. The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade is a mouthful of a play title and the onstage experience... Read More
Here is my review of La La Land, a mediocre film that has achieved critical success primarily because of the cinematic nostalgia it evokes. This is also my application to be Triple J’s new movie reviewer. Enjoy!