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Murder in the First: Episode Seven - Suck My Alibi

Murder in the First aired its 7th episode tonight. The title was Suck My Alibi, which was a bit too obvious for me, like a writer’s gimmick rather than something someone might actually say to the police. 1,034 more words


Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Japan Celebrates Grand Opening

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Japan celebrated their grand opening this week with J.K. Rowling, Tom Felton, and Evanna Lynch all in attendance. 319 more words

Harry Potter

In Secret

I could’ve sworn this would be one of my more contemporary posts, but apparently this was released months ago. Maybe I just completely missed it in the cinema listings, I don’t know… sometimes there seems to be a complete lack of structure or reason to the dates and times of showings; I imagine a room at the back of the cinema with a huge pile of gigantic film reel canisters in the middle, under a spotlight (like the scene near the end of… 430 more words


Murder in the first: Episode 6

So here we are,

the trial beginns. We see Eric totally on the edge of his nervs. Also we see again, that Terry has problems with his anger. 222 more words

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Murder in the First: Episode Six - Punch Drunk

Murder in the First had Episode Six called Punch Drunk on Monday Night. It was easily the worst episode of the show so far. Let me count the ways. 1,076 more words


BELLE (2013, UK)

 Greetings again from the darkness. Always a bit partial to films based on a true story, I would have to label this as a fictionalized historical period piece, and a step above most costume dramas (though the costumes here are quite stunning). 299 more words


A Second Glance: Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes

Featuring Motion Capture Work Of: Andy Serkis, Terry Notary, Karin Konaval, Christopher Gordon, Richard Ridings, and Devyn Dalton.

Starring: James Franco, John Lithgow, Freida Pinto, Brian Cox, Tom Felton, Tyler Labine, and David Oyelowo. 344 more words

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