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Ático sin ascensor (Five Flights up)

Ruth y Alex son un matrimonio que lleva 40 años viviendo en su piso en una zona de moda en Nueva York. Ella profesora, él artista, sin hijos y ya jubilados, piensan que es buen momento de mudarse a un barrio más tranquilo y sobre todo, de fácil acceso y con ascensor. 264 more words


Fashion Muse of the Month: September (and truly year round) Inspired by Diane Keaton

Fun, fearless, female. This woman had my heart many years ago when I stepped into the world of Woody Allen with Annie Hall. Diane Keaton wasn’t the quintessential Hollywood heroine, in her speech, style or stage presence. 208 more words


Style Inspiration: Manic Pixie Dream Girls in Film

Only recently have I learned the term “Manic Pixie Dream Girl” which came my inevitable “OOOOOOH, THAT’S WHAT IT’S CALLED”.

The MPDG is basically the girl in movies that you want to be when they first introduce them because they are dreamy and cool. 136 more words


That Sneak Peek Moment in Love The Coopers Trailer

The Film: Love The Coopers

What We Know So Far: Four generations of a family attempt to get together for the Christmas holiday but as the family members all have odd idiosyncrasies and become involved in unexpected events, the perfect holiday celebration isn’t as easy to have as they hoped. 773 more words


LOVE THE COOPERS (2015): New Christmas Trailer Starring Ed Helms & Olivia Wilde

Summer isn’t over yet but if you didn’t already know, it’s time for the Christmas movie trailer. Love The Coopers is the first one I’ve  seen for 2015… 82 more words


Here's the First Trailer for the Diane Keaton-Fronted Holiday Comedy 'Love the Coopers'

The trailer for Love the Coopers is here, and it’s time for some mixed emotions. On one hand: great cast! 251 more words


Liz Reviews Annie Hall (1977)

Liz: 3.8 out of 5 stars

Hello hello!!! I apologize for my extended absence recently. Law school has been draining my time and energy away and good god can you believe I’ve only watched ONE movie this week?! 798 more words

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