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Why Claire Foy Is The Queen

Some actors deliver certain characters with a such ease and authenticity that they represent much more than just the character itself. For Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, she represents not only the longest-reigning British monarch in history, but also a time of rapid social and political change. 456 more words

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The Crown - Terrific Television, Royally Awesome

I am late to the party on this one but “The Crown” is royally awesome. Claire Foy plays Queen Elizabeth II to perfection and Doctor Who’s Matt Smith plays Prince Philip masterfully. 27 more words

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Berlin Film Review: 'Unsane'

With the word “gaslighting” getting thrown around a lot in our current age of fake-news awareness, to the point where some use it simply as a heated synonym for “lying,” along comes “Unsane” to remind us of its more elaborately melodramatic origins. 946 more words


TV REVIEW: The Crown - Season 2

For some reason many people are fascinated with royalty. Maybe it’s the idea of some kind of mystical divine right to power from days of yore or maybe it’s because we are pumped full of fairy tales about princes and princesses from when we are children. 446 more words


Just bits and pieces of my thoughts of 'The Crown'

I got into watching “The Crown” Season 1 this past January when I came to know from an article by The Telegraph about Helena Bonham Carter’s casting as Princess Margaret for the third season of the Netflix’s series. 391 more words


2018 Oscar Parties Red Carpet Wish List Part 13

Oh honeys the glamour on the BAFTA Awards red carpet last night has me so excited for Oscar night next Sunday. It may have been another red carpet black out but the stars BROUGHT it. 1,434 more words

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Tantalizing Trailers: 'Unsane'

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Writers: Jonathan Bernstein, James Greer

Stars: Claire Foy, Juno Temple, Aimee Mullins

Genres: Horror, Thriller

Plot Summary: A young woman is involuntarily committed to a mental institution, where she is confronted by her greatest fear–but is it real or a product of her delusion? 379 more words

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