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Review: Sleeping With Other People Wants to be the When Harry Met Sally for the Oversexed Generation

Sleeping With Other People has been jokingly summed up as starring Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie as “two garbage people who fall in love.” That seems like a particular specialty of writer-director Leslye Headland, a former Harvey Weinstein assistant who made a name for herself as a playwright before adapting one of her plays into the… 1,137 more words

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Best in Asia-Pacific


Singapore design consultancy, Design Intervention is named “Best in Asia-Pacific” at the International Property Awards for 2015-2016.

Competing in the category of residential interior design, against firms from over 21 countries across the Asia- Pacific Region, this is the 2nd consecutive year that Design Intervention has achieved this honour, firmly establishing the local firm as a shining example of design excellence in the region. 199 more words

Nikki Hunt

Sleeping With Other People

Starring: Jason Sudekis, Alison Brie, Adam Scott, Amanda Peet, Natasha Lyonne, Jason Mantzoukas, Marc Blucas, Andrea Savage, Katherine Waterston, Margarita Levieva, Adam Brody
Directed By: Leslye Headland
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Movie Review

DVD REVIEW: Sleeping With Other People cannot match the charm of its talented leads

Romantic comedies, like a man or women who saunters over to a prospective mate in a crowded bar, rely heavily on charm to get their foot in the door. 737 more words


Sleeping with Other People: Film Review

Romantic comedies have a bad rep but I personally love them and Sleeping with Other People is no exception. It is smart, it is funny and… 506 more words


The Young Designer Awards 2015

By: Nikki Hunt

This week, I have been dusting off the Christmas decorations and placed my order for a tree. I can’t believe that another year has gone by so fast. 386 more words

Nikki Hunt

In Sleeping With Other People, Romance Means Laughter And Pain In Equal Measure

Being in love can result in many different things, and when you combine a couple’s natural chemistry with a great deal of anxiety and sexual awkwardness it can often lead to comedy, something that rom-coms often capture very well. 1,019 more words