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Broken Branches by M. Jonathan Lee - book review


‘Family curses don’t exist. Sure, some families seem to suffer more pain than others, but a curse? An actual curse? I don’t think so.’ 340 more words



Yes no , the body is in conflict with the mind ,

The body shouts


The mind replies

The flesh is getting weaker , after a union of two bodies. 100 more words


The Book Of Love

In a sentence: A fairly light, yet touching drama.

Henry (Jason Sudeikis) loses his pregnant wife (Jessica Biel) in a car crash and per some of her last words sets out to help out a young vagrant girl (Masie Williams who you’d know as… 219 more words

Movie Reviews

Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick) 1975 **** 5/13/2017

Stanley Kubrick and John Alcott have photographed some of the finest places and things in Christendom.  The performance of Redmond Barry by Ryan O’Neal progresses coherently to Barry Lyndon, and with an effective affect partially granted by the actor’s striking Irish eyes.  184 more words


A Cure for Wellness (2017) Review!!!

Synopsis – An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from an idyllic but mysterious “wellness center” at a remote location in the Swiss Alps, but soon suspects that the spa’s treatments are not what they seem. 1,768 more words


Mix & Match #3 Non-Fiction TBR Edition @AlwTrustInBooks

Good morning! Welcome to another Mix & Match post here on Always Trust In Books. Today I will share with you my recent book mail, including the recent Hideaway Fall release Broken Branches which a lot of book bloggers will be discussing in the following weeks. 3,550 more words


Sleuth ( Joseph L. Mankiewicz) 1972 **** 5/11/2017

This movie can capably be compared to a braid; it is full of twists, one after another on top of themselves.  This misdirection is established right from the start, as Milo Tindal (Michael Caine) wanders through a hedge maze to meet Andrew Crack (Lawrence Olivier), a foppish whimsically aristocratic detective writer.  129 more words