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The Great Wife

Recently I have had the pleasure of catching up with The Good Wife. This show never really struck me as something that I could enjoy because A) It was a network drama and therefore would feature twenty odd episodes a season (not something I’m a fan of) and B) That title doesn’t fill me with hope. 934 more words

Film & Television

In Review: Lovelace (2013)

Synopsis: The story of Linda Lovelace, who is used and abused by the porn industry at the behest of her coercive husband, before taking control of her life. 606 more words

Movies

Television Nostalgia - Cosmopolitans and Manolos with the women of Sex and the City!

“Once upon a time on a small island not too far away, there lived four smart, beautiful women who were all very good friends.”

After looking at the shows currently covered by my Television Nostalgia posts I noticed another glaring omission of one of my favourite television series of the last 20 years and that’s Sex and the City (it’s hard to believe it’s already been a decade since it ended). 1,208 more words

Television

The Good Wife s5 ep 22

“A Weird Year” is certainly one way to describe The Good Wife’s fifth season: showrunners Robert and Michelle King took a torpedo to the status quo, sent the characters and the fans reeling and yet, somehow, built something utterly magnificent out of the carnage. 351 more words

TV

The Good Wife s5 ep 21

Alicia represents a CEO (Tom Skerritt) who can’t keep his mouth shut. A cheerfully malevolent Canning sabotages Diane’s deal with the bizarrely flaky Rayna Hecht (Why do people keep trying to work with this woman? 205 more words

TV