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The Reel Rundown | Top 5 Drag Queen Films

With I Am Divine now out in UK cinemas, we countdown the top 5 drag queen films. What do you think of our picks?

Drag

Blogiversary Bash: Tranquil Dreams

More Blogiversary Bash greatness comin’ atcha! Today we have yet another excellent guest: the lovely Miss Kim of Tranquil Dreams. I am quite certain you already follow her, but in case you don’t, change that ASAP! 1,248 more words

Collaborations

Kim @ Tranquil Dreams reblogged this on Tranquil Dreams and commented:

Check out my post over at the lovely Cara's blog Silver Screen Serenade in celebration of her blogiversary! Cara is fantastic and write about all sorts of cool stuff in regards to movies and TV. She's super fun to chat with :) If you don't follow her, you definitely should. I promise you lots of happy times! Plus, check out the other posts everyone has done regarding their favorite movies in all shapes and forms . Its was a blast to put this together: my favorite musicals and their songs, perfect to rev up the mood for a party and maybe even dance and sing a little (or a lot), whatever works for you! A HUGE THANKS to Cara for being so nice and understanding and letting me join into this fun event :)

Movie Look: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Short Summary: Um…it’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show guys. How exactly do you describe something that has Tim Curry dressed as a villainous transvestite?

Movies

The Clinton Street Theater

Portland’s Clinton Street Theater (located at 2522 SE Clinton Street) was built in 1914 and opened in 1915 as The Clinton. It is a unique single-screen independent art house cinema which is said to be the oldest continuously operating movie house west of the Mississippi. 69 more words

Intervista su Flanerí

di Martina Baratta

Sofia nel mio autunno nevrotico, di Chiara Apicella, edito da Lantana, è un romanzo leggero e delicato in cui la protagonista si scopre innamorata di una ragazza. 1,612 more words

Letture

Rochelle's Review of The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Synopsis:

Charlie is a freshman.

And while he’s not the biggest geek in the school, he is by no means popular. Shy, introspective, intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it.

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Young Adult

Love Me Some Theatre . . .

Wednesday 25 June 2014

It’s a given that I should probably like theatre and theatrical productions. I trained as a Drama teacher. If I didn’t like theatre, then there’d be something really wrong with the whole picture. 568 more words

Armchair Philosophy