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Film Nights: The feel-good edition

Whether I’m with friends, or having night in by myself, I love the cosy feeling of being in bed with lots of tasty snacks and a feel-good film. 946 more words

Chick Lit? Romantic Comedy? Literature?

As I re-stained my wooden deck yesterday, I listened to podcasts about book publishing. Apparently, one of the trends for 2018 is “chick lit”–the print counterpart to “chick flicks.” My first thought was that Emilie Loring’s newly-re-issued novels could benefit. 1,448 more words

About Emilie (Baker) Loring

Film And Fabulous: Finding Queerness in Bollywood in 2018

I usually like spending my Sundays lazing around like a cat. It is an occupational hazard of being a millennial.

This past weekend however, I decided to give my weekly catnap a reprieve, and trudged halfway across the city to watch a matinee show of India’s latest chick flick (which is not a chick flick),  1,336 more words

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Love After Divorce: The Appeal of the "Reborn Woman"

With the recent release of Book Club, I began wondering about the whole “Love After Divorce” genre that seemed to be appearing more often in mass entertainment films.  448 more words

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Veerey Di Wedding Is An In Your Face Chick-Flick!

#IAmNotAChickFlick

Really? How so!

Well, my brother is not getting married anytime soon so the ‘veerey‘ i am referring to is certainly not my brother. 742 more words

Film 21- I Feel Pretty

OK, definitely wouldn’t have watched this last year, new territory for me on this blog, I’m reviewing an actual chick flick (Pitch Perfect 3 doesn’t count as I see that more as a comedy). 1,083 more words

Veere Di Wedding Review

Plotline: –

Four best friends, Kalindi (Kareena Kapoor), Avni (Sonam Kapoor), Sakshi (Swara Bhaskar) and Meera (Shikha Talsania) gather up for Kalindi’s wedding with her boyfriend Rishabh (Sumeet Vyas). 753 more words

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