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REVIEW: Tallulah (2016)

Free-spirited Lu (Ellen Page) is looking for food and a place to stay when a dissatisfied housewife (Tammy Blanchard) mistakes her for hotel staff and asks her to babysit. 267 more words


Tallulah Review

As a key part of the Orange is the New Black writers’ room, writer and director of Tallulah Sian Heder is no stranger to being unforgiving with her characters. 675 more words

Review: Tallulah (2016)

Juno meets Bad Moms.

Ellen Page, the title character, is content with her waif-like lifestyle in a rusty old van. Her boyfriend longs for a more settled lifestyle so she tells him to get lost. 616 more words

Opinion Piece - Expectations for The Girl On The Train

The Girl on the Train looks really cool. One of my favourite films is Gone Girl, David Fincher’s 2014 adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s brilliant and twisty (and twisted) novel. 451 more words


Melissa McCarthy is a Comedy Goddess, and Spy is a laugh riot

When Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy team up, comedy magic happens.  Bridesmaids was comedy gold.  And they’ve even brought back Rose Byrne as Melissa’s foil in Spy, as Rahna Boyanov. 380 more words

"The Girl on the Train" trailer finally debuts

By Mandela Wells



The highly anticipated “The Girl On the Train” movie hits theaters October 7th and the first trailer has been released. 211 more words

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