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Austenland (2013)

In an attempt, apparently, to give my brain whiplash, I followed up Inside Llewyn Davis with a movie that may be its opposite in every way, and, well, it’s never that enjoyable to watch a movie in which everyone involved is embarrassed. 426 more words

"There is a place for a little bit of silliness in all our lives"

I don’t know if someone, reading this blog, has made an idea of what kind of person I am. Maybe, an “old fashioned snob”, as I write every now and then (when a certain gentleman kindly leaves a little bit of room in my brain for something else – he’s quite overwhelmingly bulky) about art, or complicated books. 459 more words

Me Myself & I

'The Musketeers' recap: Revenge vs. justice

Season 1 | Episode 4 | “The Good Soldier” | Aired July 13, 2014

Every episode reveals more about the men who are the Musketeers. This week, Aramis fans can rejoice, as the focus is on his backstory. 1,844 more words

Goal III: Taking on the World

I wasn’t a fan of Goal II, the follow-up to a spirited original, but Goal, the Third makes the second outing of this football franchise look like a veritable masterpiece. 528 more words

Western Movie Reviews

Austenland - A Delightful, Hilarious Submersion into the World of Jane Austen: Movie and Book Review

I’m going to let you all in on a little secret (an embarrassing secret). For the last two weeks I’ve developed a new (teeny-tiny obsession) I will name Austenland. 1,064 more words

Taut, Exciting, Tense [Movie Review: Not Safe For Work (2014) (Direct-to-DVD)]

Movie: Not Safe For Work (2014)

Director: Joe Johnston

Genre: Thriller

Cast: Max Minghella, JJ Feild, Eloise Mumford, Christian Clemenson, Tom Gallop… 551 more words

Expanding my blog beyond Kdramas

So in the past year I’ve immersed myself into the world of Kdramas and Korean Movies. I’ve watched a lot, and enjoyed it immensely. In the past few weeks I’ve noticed myself starting to slow down on my obsession. 294 more words