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Gone Girl (2014) Review

“Gone Girl” is a typical film you need to watch with as less information about the storyline as you can. The only trailer that I saw showed as little as possible, which increased the interest and excitement. 584 more words


Book-to-Film #1: Eragon

Every Monday (hopefully) from now on I am hoping to write a blog post entitled Book-to-Film, and it is going to talk about exactly what it says: film adaptations of books. 526 more words

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Review: "Still Alice"

Movies that touch on the topic of tragedy in terms of disease are generally a mixed bag. Most popularly dealing with terminal diseases such as cancer, films like the dramedy… 741 more words


At First Glance: “The Dovekeepers”

Historical book adaptations are difficult, but when they’re being made as a four hour mini-series (actually three hours), then that’s another thing altogether. It’s not just having a faithful screen version, but one that’s interesting enough to want to watch in the first place and compelling enough to come back the next day. 1,124 more words


Recently: “Men, Women & Children”

Some films, no matter how well intentioned, miss the mark on so many levels. They’re meant to have a purpose beyond just being entertaining, but never fully get there as even the simple and expected elements don’t actually exist. 1,945 more words


Book Review: Shiver (The Wolves of Mercy Falls Series)

ebook: Shiver
Series: The Wolves of Mercy Falls (Book #1)
Pages: 402
Publisher: Scholastic
Date: August 1st 2009
Edition Language: English

The synopsis according to…

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Recently: “Charlie Wilson’s War”

Note: This post was originally created for and posted as part of the Resolutions series by Caragale over at Silver Screen Serenade.

As has been shown time and again, film doesn’t serve to just take us to fantastical lands and allow for us to escape the real world. 1,123 more words