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WHITE GIRL (2016) review

written by: Elizabeth Wood
produced by: Gabriel Nussbaum
directed by: Elizabeth Wood
runtime: 99 min.
U.S. release date: January 23, 2016 (Sundance), September 2, 2016 (limited) and September 30, 2016 – October 6, 2016 (Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago, IL) 1,376 more words

The Perfect Man (2005)

You can’t get much lazier than The Perfect Man, a romantic comedy short on romance and comedy. Featuring a mother and daughter duo played by Heather Locklear and Hilary Duff, it instead serves up idiocy by the bucketfuls. 524 more words

Western Movie Reviews

Review: White Girl, 2016, dir. Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood’s White Girl is not a movie for the prude or the faint of heart. You can tell that by looking at its poster, which features the white girl of the title having sex with her drug dealing boyfriend. 88 more words


Chris Noth & Andy Cohen Recreated The Epic Paris Scene From 'Sex & The City' -- Watch

Um, this is incredible. During an appearance on ‘WWHL,’ Chris Noth brought his Mr. Big character back to life to recreate one of the most iconic scenes in the show’s history with some help from Andy Cohen. 294 more words

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Movies in Review: "White Girl"

So the 2 new wide released films this weekend, I really had no interest in seeing. This film “Morgan” looked like a counterfeit version of the remarkable film “Ex Machina”, so I had no desire to see that. 263 more words

"After The Ball" (2015, Portia Doubleday, Chris Noth, Lauren Holly)

Grade C +

Manny’s Movie Musings: “After The Ball” is an interesting retelling of the “Cinderella” story.  It stars Portia Doubleday as the “Cinderella” character, applying for and getting the job as the newest clothes designer for her father’s company…but Doubleday does it as a man.   133 more words


#9: Sex and the City (2008)

Director: Michael Patrick King
Romantic Comedy
2h25min; R
:star: :star:

Even if you have never watched the HBO show from which it continues the chic and somewhat scandalous lives of four 30-somethings in contemporary Manhattan (also Brooklyn) you…

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