My Favourite Series I Watched In 2020

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It’s been literally forever since I wrote a blog post like this but it’s nearing the end of the year, nobody really gives a shit about anything anymore and everyone’s fed up so I wanted to kick back and write something a little more chill than your normal content. Photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash […]

My Favourite Series I Watched In 2020
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Movies by Female Directors

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As we’ve established by now, I am doing the Thursday Movie Picks feature. This series is hosted by Wandering through the Shelves and offers you a weekly prompt to post some movie recommendations/talking points according to the theme. Usually, you are supposed to post about 3-5 examples, which I find a very manageable amount. Today’s theme is movies directed by female directors! […]

Thursday Movie Picks: Movies by Female Directors
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Review: “Wander Darkly”

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What was, what is, and what could have been—these things and more are explored in the metaphysical wanderings of Adrienne (Sienna Miller) following a traumatic accident. A new mother whose relationship with her boyfriend and daughter’s father Matteo (Diego Luna) is on the rocks, Adrienne re-experiences their love story—its high points, low points, and everything […]

Review: “Wander Darkly”
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Holiday Classics: “Fitzwilly” (1967)

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“Fitzwilly” is a silly story told with a sophisticated sense of humor, largely thanks to Dick Van Dyke’s portrayal of classy, intelligent butler Claude Fitzwilliam, nicknamed Fitzwilly. Fitzwilly is the head of the staff working for elderly heiress Victoria Woodworth (Edith Evans). Miss Woodworth believes she is rich, her father having left her a large inheritance. […]

Holiday Classics: “Fitzwilly” (1967)
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Holiday Classics: “Love Finds Andy Hardy” (1938)

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“Love Finds Andy Hardy” is the fourth of sixteen “Andy Hardy” movies, and the best, in no small part due to the addition of Judy Garland to the cast. This film marked the second time the soon-to-be-popular duo of Mickey Rooney and Garland appeared on screen together, and their chemistry is nothing short of perfect. This […]

Holiday Classics: “Love Finds Andy Hardy” (1938)
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Review: “Bill & Ted Face the Music”

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The “Bill & Ted” movies are cult favorites, and I think it’s safe to say that without the support of fans, “Bill & Ted Face the Music”—the third movie in the series and the first one since 1991’s “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”—might not have receiving the funding it needed to happen. Thirty years is […]

Review: “Bill & Ted Face the Music”
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Film Review – The New Mutants (2020)

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Title – The New Mutants (2020) Director – Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) Cast – Blu Hunt, Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga, Alice Braga Plot – A group of young and potentially dangerous mutants including the recently orphaned Dani Moonstar (Hunt) are holed up in a top secret medical facility/prison […]

Film Review – The New Mutants (2020)
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An Ode to a King: Black Panther

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Over the weekend we should have celebrated Chadwick Boseman’s 44th birthday. It probably would have been mostly unremarkable and easily missed. There would have been a trending hashtag on Twitter, #HappyBdayBlackPanther #HBDChad. And Chris Evans or Mark Ruffalo or someone in the Marvel family would have had tweeted a sarcastic birthday wish mentioning Royalty or […]

An Ode to a King: Black Panther
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The Midnight Sky – Movie Review

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The timeline of George Clooney’s career seems entirely of its time: An old-school movie star who made his way through variety of genres, often centering on grown-up movies, even deciding to direct himself some times. His career, the way it was, seems like science fiction: A movie star rising in his mid-30s? An actor only […]

The Midnight Sky – Movie Review
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