A belated review from The Movie Snob.
Downton Abbey – Season Two (B). Season one of Downton Abbey ended with the outbreak of World War I; season two opens in 1916, in the thick of that conflict, and it ends in 1919. 159 more words
(Series 5, ep.8) The episode featured a wedding, and who doesn’t love a wedding? Well, the bride’s mother and the groom’s father, for two, but that just added to the fun and made for an extremely awkward dinner party at the Crawleys’ London residence, as the families of Rose and Atticus apparently competed as to who could be the most offensive. 452 more words
Just another reason to love Michelle Dockery — her Instagram is full of awesome photos! Yep, Lady Mary has a fun side.
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Oh dear! Poor Edith (which is officially her name) has really had a terrible time in season five of Downton Abbey but episode six saw her reach breaking point and finally make a decision to make herself happy for once. 989 more words
When in doubt, wear Oscar de la Renta.
The designer specialised in beautiful, elegant, red-carpet dresses. And Hollywood’s A-list knew it.
Every awards season, his full skirted glamorous gowns stole the show. 321 more words