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The Good Wife s6 ep 22

The taint attached to the Florrick name has been up there at pariah-level for Alicia since the election debacle – since the beginning of the series, really – but is apparently no longer a problem for Peter: in perhaps his most selfish moment since we met him (and this is a high bar) he decides to run for President (sort of) but tries to manipulate Alicia and his children (Zach’s back! 1,184 more words

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FYC: The Good Wife Season Six

For Your Primetime Emmy Consideration: The Good Wife Season Six

Outstanding Drama Series
Outstanding Lead Actress:: Julianna Margulies
Outstanding Supporting Actress:: Christine Baranski
Outstanding Supporting Actress:: Archie Panjabi… 63 more words

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San Andreas

Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario, Paul Giamatti, Archie Panjabi, Hugo Johnstone-Burt, Ioan Gruffudd, Art Parkinson, Will Yun Lee, Kylie Minogue, Colton Haynes
Directed By: Brad Peyton…
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"White Teeth" by Zadie Smith (1999) - book review

I’d give my absolute eyeteeth to have a cup of tea with Zadie Smith.

The critics’ comments splashed all round the cover of this national bestseller give a hint of what’s to come (good news, seeing as just occasionally the reviews are overly enthusiastic and you can’t help but feel a little diddled by the outcome) : “ 391 more words

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San Andreas Review

Ah, the Rock. Dwayne Johnson does seem to fit rather well in his all-American action hero niche, doesn’t he? At least his acting isn’t bad, which is always a bonus. 898 more words

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Review: San Andreas (2015)

Disaster movies have been around for a long time.  In more recent years they have become even bigger and more disaster-y with improvements in special effects.  1,251 more words

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One Mann's Movies Film Review: San Andreas

In recent years Roland Emmerich has been the king of destruction on a worldwide scale with films like “The Day After Tomorrow”,  “2012” and “Independence Day” (now – bizarrely and to my view unwisely – with two sequels on the roadmap). 725 more words

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