Category Archives: Romance

HBO Introduces Game of Thrones Prequel “House of the Dragon” in First Teaser: Watch

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HBO has revealed the first teaser trailer for House of the Dragon, its upcoming Game of Thrones prequel series. The 10-episode first season will premiere Sunday, August 21st on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max. Watch the teaser trailer below. Taking inspiration from George R.R. Martin’s…Please click the link below to…

HBO Introduces Game of Thrones Prequel House of the Dragon in First Teaser: Watch

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Paris, 13th District

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Jacques Audiard’s dramatic romcom has passion, laughs, and real tears. “Paris, 13th District” is about one man and three women. Unlike “The Other Woman,” it’s not dumb or degrading or miserable. It’s a smart and often whimsical French comedy with the kind of spark that Noah Baumbach or Whit Stillman would enjoy. Matter of fact, […]

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Movie Review: Cyrano

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Following upon numerous dramatic and comedic interpretations of Edmond Rostand’s classic tale of unrequited love, comes a musical interpretation where the protagonist’s hangup isn’t the size of his nose. Rather, it’s the size of his body. Cyrano de Bergerac (Peter Dinklage, TV’s GOT) is an officer of the guard in mid-17th century France. Although he […]

Movie Review: Cyrano
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Marry Me

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The desire to be loved and feel loved is one that is inherent to human existence. While there is no magic formula to finding that perfect match one important ingredient is “risk.” Whether meeting someone at a friend’s party, swiping right on a dating app, or rekindling a fire with an ex, one must be […]

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The Invention of Lying (2009) Review

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In a world where no one has ever lied before Mark Bellison one day discovers that it works in his favour and continues to tell lies for his own personal gain, although it quickly gets out of hand. ⭐️⭐️ I absolutely love the concept behind The Invention of Lying and think the first half of […]

The Invention of Lying (2009) Review

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Pizzagate

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I fell in love with Paul Thomas Anderson’s LICORICE PIZZA on first sight. But, as with much of that mysterious phenomenon known as romantic love, I find it hard to heave my heart into my mouth, or my two typing fingers, and explain why. I will say, because it may evoke some part of the […]

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EXPIRED (2022) Preview of sci-fi romantic thriller

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Expired is a 2022 science fiction romantic thriller about a hitman who gets infected with a deadly disease after crossing the wrong people. Written and directed by Ivan Sen (Goldstone; Mystery Road). The movie stars Ryan Kwanten (True Blood; Dead Silence), Hugo Weaving (The Matrix; The Lord of the Rings franchise) and Jillian Nguyen. Plot: […]

EXPIRED (2022) Preview of sci-fi romantic thriller
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Licorice Pizza (2021) Review

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The story of Gary Valentine and his first love for Alana Kane, as he grows up in San Fernando Valley in 1973. ⭐️ Licorice Pizza is one of those films that has a lot of buzz in the film world and been around the awards season nominations, this made me really want to see it […]

Licorice Pizza (2021) Review

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Dear Jane Campion

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Benedict Cumberbatch has an excellent shot at an Oscar nomination/win. I wanted to thank you for adapting Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel and directing The Power of the Dog (2021). Your films feel like good books that beg to be analyzed. Take The Piano (1993), for instance, your signature film for the past thirty years. I […]

Dear Jane Campion,
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The French Dispatch (2021)

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Title – The French Dispatch (2021)  Director – Wes Anderson (Bottle Rocket)  Cast – Bill Murray, Benicio Del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Jeffrey Wright, Timothee Chalamet, Owen Wilson  Plot – A collection of stories that form integral parts of an American newspaper set in a French city.  “All great beauties withhold their deepest secrets” Review […]

Film Review – The French Dispatch (2021)
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Happiest Season (2020) Movie Review

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A New Christmas Favourite Director: Clea DuVall Writer: Clea DuVall, Mary Holland (Screenplay) Starring: Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, Mary Steenburgen, Victor Garber, Alison Brie, Mary Holland, Dan Levy Plot: A holiday romantic comedy that captures the range of emotions tied to wanting your family’s acceptance, being true to yourself, and trying not […]

Happiest Season (2020) Movie Review

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Billy Wilder’s “Kiss Me, Stupid (1964)”

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There’ve been a few attempts, over the decades, to rewrite the history of Billy Wilder’s 1964 clunker “Kiss Me, Stupid.” It’s “underrated” thanks to a winning Dean Martin as “Dino” (Dean Martin) performance, worth re-assessing because of a risque late scene Wilder was forced to edit out, somehow worthy of elevation because of its satiric […]

Classic Film Review: Billy Wilder’s “Kiss Me, Stupid (1964)” reconsidered
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Licorice Pizza (2021)

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Paul Thomas Anderson once again returns to the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s — however, unlike his previous film set there, Boogie Nights (1997), his latest effort, Licorice Pizza, is a gentler and hazier movie that rests its heart on its sleeve in numerous ways. The year is 1973, and fifteen-year-old […]

Licorice Pizza (2021)
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Holiday Classics: “Penny Serenade” (1941)

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When I first became interested in classic film, I’d stalk the forums on tcm.com in an attempt to seek out movies to watch. Anytime the subject of tearjerkers came up, it seemed like the first and most discussed movie was a film that would likely have otherwise flown under my radar: the 1941 drama “Penny Serenade,” directed […]

Holiday Classics: “Penny Serenade” (1941)
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The National Board of Review Names Licorice Pizza The Best of 2021

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The National Board of Review just announced their picks for the best of 2021 and, while many thought they might go with West Side Story or The Power of the Dog, the NBR instead announced that their pick for Best Picture was Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza! In fact, Power of the Dog went curiously […]

The National Board of Review Names Licorice Pizza The Best of 2021
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Romeo Is Bleeding

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Peter Medak’s blistering neo-noir was not what I was looking for when I saw it on a late-night cinema screening at my local flea-pit back in 1993; it might have been tough and violent, but the story was also the absolute opposite of what I was hoping to see as a young man. Rather than […]

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The French Dispatch (2021), A Love-Letter to Journalism

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One common recurrence you see on Twitter is people being shocked to learn that Wes Anderson was born and raised in Houston, Texas. This, no doubt, is because of the very European aesthetic that he conjures in his films, while this has certainly become more pronounced with his more recent films like The Grand Budapest […]

The French Dispatch (2021), A Love-Letter to Journalism

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The Power of the Dog

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Montana rancher Phil Burbank (Benedict Cumberbatch) is from an era where the measure of a man had little to do with character and everything to do with perceived toughness. Filled with stories from the various harrowing cattle drives he led with his brother George (Jesse Plemons), as well as those with his deceased mentor Bronco […]

The Power of the Dog
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