DATELINE: MOVIE MASHUP!
Onata Aprile as Maisie–and Alexander Skaarsgard as her benefactor
American novelist Henry James wrote some of the most psychologically dense and slow-reading literature of the 19th century. 346 more words
2013 was not the year you thought it was.
The prevailing storyline of the first eight months of the year was that Hollywood was broken, as evidence by a high number of big-budget flops: Jack the Giant Slayer, The Lone Ranger, White House Down, After Earth, R.I.P.D., etc. 975 more words
Edouard Molinaro director of the hugely successful, Oscar nominated comedy, La Cage aux Folles has died in Paris from lung failure aged-85.
Molinaro directed some of France’s most well-known actors including Louis de Funés and the Belgian singer Jacques Brel, but was best known for… 145 more words
Henry James’s What Maisie Knew is wrought with such elaborate and verbose language that it is sometimes hard to follow. One has to focus attentively on the novel to appreciate what it has to offer, which can be a challenge when life’s distractions beckon.