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This Week In Netflix And Streaming: ‘Stardust’, ‘Silver Linings Playbook’, ‘Godzilla’ & ‘About A Boy’

Top Netflix Streaming of the Week (streaming)
About a Boy: Season 1
A long time ago, when I used to watch the hit TV show “Ed”, I had a huge crush on Bonnie Hane (Rena Sofer). 1,126 more words

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Instant Gratification: "Silver Linings Playbook" and four other good movies to stream on Netflix

Pick of the week: “Silver Linings Playbook: My full review is here.  Writer-director David O. Russell messes with the traditional rom-com formula in this ragged and funny film about two not just eccentric but possibly damaged souls (Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence) who somehow figure out they’re good for each other. 273 more words

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Monday Night Football Movies

It’s fall and football is back in all its (recent off-the-field-stuff aside) glory. We’ve already looked at the greatest baseball movies earlier this summer, and now it’s time for us to turn our attention to the best football movies ever made. 910 more words

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On Being "Real"

I have great admiration for people who are “real.” Personally I think it’s one of the most important things in life because that’s when people are truly “alive,” when they’re being “real.” I put those words in inverted commas for a reason. 511 more words

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Serena Trailer Review

Finally a movie being directed by a woman whose name isn’t Kathryn Bigelow! Susanne Bier is a Danish film director recruited the talents of the new age Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. 170 more words

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It Stars Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper – So, Why Has Serena Been Sitting on the Shelf for 2 Years?

Pretty much exactly 2 years ago Silver Linings Playbook premiered at the Toronto Film Festival where it won the People’s Choice Award.  Sure, it was kind of odd watching Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence as an on-screen couple given their 17-year age difference, and those with firsthand experience with bipolar disorder found parts of the film offensive even if its director, David O. 1,040 more words

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