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Bachelorette

When a single overachiever learns a girl she teased in high school is getting married before her, she swallows her pride to serve as maid of honor. 266 more words

Drop Dead Gorgeous: 15 years on, cinema's forgotten American Teen Princess

Anyone who has experienced the explosion of the social web will, for better or for worse, be familiar with the commodification of quotability. The shared references of a generation—if I’m going to arbitrarily designate a period, I’d say that of the last 20 years—have become fuel and fodder alike on Facebook and Twitter and, resultantly, on the sites created seeking to capitalise on what is now lovingly described as “shareable content”. 3,152 more words

Film

THE TWO FACES IN JANUARY (2014)

A film by Hossein Amini

Cast: Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen, Oscar Isaac 

It is 1962 A couple Chester MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen) and his wife Colette (Kristen Dunst) tour Greece and visit the Acropolis of Athens. 380 more words

Drama

FILM REVIEW: The Two Faces of January

The Two Faces of January (Hossein Amimi, 2014)

I have no idea what the title means but think The Talented Mr. Ripley and you’ll have a rough idea about what type of movie this is going to be. 384 more words

Kirsten Dunst Does Sports Luxe For Marie Claire

Blonde-haired screen siren Kirsten Dunst lands a feature in the August issue of Marie Claire France magazine. Shot by lensman Matt Jones, the 32-year-old ‘ 28 more words

Fashion

Netflix: Kirsten Dunst Edition

Part indie darling, part blockbuster queen, Kirsten Dunst is easily one of the most successful former child stars in Hollywood.  Her career spans two and a half decades.   163 more words

Entertainers

How to lose friends and alienate people (2009)

Been a fan of Simon Pegg since I first saw Shaun of the dead (2004)… even tho in this one his character is that kind of journalist (if I can call it that) that is on pretty much the same level of disgusting as pedos and rapists (in my eyes), tabloid journalism… that aside I find the movie quite charming (and in my head I’m still laughing at the pet murder incident). 218 more words

Movies