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After the Ball: a fairy tale confection made in Montreal

As Jane Silverstone-Segal tells it, the movie After the Ball is a love letter to her mother, the late Anne Silverstone, queen of vintage in Montreal for generations of costumers, decorators and fashion fans. 900 more words


Adventures in Poundland: Part One

What is this madness?

Renee’s entire body has been replaced with an ultra-shiny, weirdly proportioned new version and Chris Noth has had all of the texture sanded off his face. 38 more words

The Good Wife - Season One, Episode Eight


In this episode the firm represent a researcher who has been accused of burning down a lab, Zach continues to play detective and it’s time for Peter’s bail hearing. 461 more words


The Good Wife - Season One, Episode Five


Wow this episode was kind of ended on quite a  miserable note, they won their case sure but at the cost of another family. There is conflict between Alicia and her mother in law and implications that Will’s intentions toward Alicia are less than professional. 528 more words


Berlin: Mary-Louise Parker, Ashley Benson Join 'Chronically Metropolitan'

Mary-Louise Parker, Ashley Benson, Chris Noth and Shiloh Fernandez will star in the independent comedy “Chronically Metropolitan.”

Tannaz Anisi’s 13 Films is handling international sales and will introduce the film to buyers at the upcoming European Film Market in Berlin. 125 more words


The Good Wife - Season One, Episode Four


In this review I want to talk about Alicia, Peter and his lawyer, Daniel. The episode opens with Alicia being questioned by Daniel about how she found out about his affair/s, he’s trying to prove that Peter lied not to cover up a crime but to cover up that he was cheating on his wife.  315 more words


The Good Wife - Season One, Episode Three


The third episode of The Good Wife gives us Alicia representing the son of an old friend being accused of murder, and the contrasts both between her life now and before Peter’s arrest, as well as the contrast between her and and Lauren, accused’s mother. 435 more words