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The Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore

“Do you know that you look like a famous actress,” Penelope Fletcher, owner of the Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore said to me. I couldn’t possibly imagine who she meant. 227 more words


Grey's Anatomy Video: Shonda Rhimes Reflects on Show's No. 1 Love Story

At the close of Grey’s Anatomy Season 10, series creator Shonda Rhimes threw her biggest curveball yet at the top-rated ABC drama’s primary pairing.

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Mini Movie Review: Sideways (2004)

I wasn’t quite sold on Sideways as I neared the halfway mark. The plodding script teetered on the ordinary basis of two middle-aged men cruising through wine country days before one of them ties the knot. 198 more words


The 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 10 Gag Reel Is Pretty Amazing

Grey’s Anatomy fans have been patiently waiting for the season 11 return to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital to see just how much things have changed since Sandra Oh’s departure back in May. 138 more words


Sideways: Straightforward And Sublime - Sober Thoughts For Drunken Minds

Name: Sideways. 

Director: Alexander Payne.

Year: 2004.

Thoughts: A Hilarious and Dark Classic.

Like the wine it’s obsessed with, Sideways matures over time. It doesn’t take multiple screenings to draw the best out of it, but with each return to the perfection that Sideways is, my affection for it intensifies. 456 more words



This week on Cinema Sips, I’m veering off of cocktails for a moment to talk about wine. I had the good fortune to spend a day visiting wineries around Napa and Yountville, CA last week, and while there, I realized that pretty much all of my knowledge of wine comes from the movie… 690 more words


Melissa McCarthey Holds Down Her Fort as "Tammy"

Melissa McCarthy has been making herself a household name in the past couple years. The new queen of comedy has gone from supporting roles to leading lady of comedy thanks to her Oscar-winning breakout role in “Bridesmaids.” Now “Tammy” explicitly show McCarthy’s funny lady chops in a flawed, but screwball comedy with not much depth. 470 more words

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