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FRIDAY POTPOURRI: MY THURSDAY, AN UNEXPECTED DAY, WITH TWISTS...

Yesterday did not start out as a Day Outside the Box, but one little step at a time, it did end up that way.  The week has been a challenge, overcoming that whole SKIN REACTION FROM HELL. 609 more words

Friday Potpourri

Terms of Estrangement: The Lovers

By Pamela Zoslov

The Lovers, a romantic comedy featuring the return to the screen of the elusive Debra Winger, reminds me of the adultery-themed farces that were prevalent in the 1960s, like A Guide for the Married Man (1967), in which practiced philanderer Robert Morse coached Walter Matthau on the best techniques for cheating on his wife. 588 more words

Film Reviews

In Review!: "The Lovers"

A glance across the room, a shy gesture leads to awkward silence. Then the orchestra quickly stirs in as eyes meet, staying low until the sudden rush of requited love makes us exhale and catch our breath anew. 475 more words

Thank God it's Friday

Sometimes, even a film that won an Oscar can slip into the realm of Forgotten Films. Of course, it’s not so easy for that to happen if you won Best Picture, but Best Original Song, that’s another story. 659 more words

Movies

Who's Afraid of 'The Lovers'?

Married for decades, Michael and Mary can barely stand to look at one another and get by through spending time with their respective lovers — until their passion for one another returns. 740 more words

Black Eye

THE LOVERS

Empty nesters Mary (Debra Winger) and Michael (Tracy Letts) have been married for twenty-plus years but they have probably only been happy for about five of them. 485 more words

Reviews

THE LOVERS review

Not much to say about this one. It looks like it’s about this older couple that have been married for many years, but it’s an unhappy marriage and they both find romance in younger partners. 1,389 more words

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