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'When The Bough Breaks' is a 'Fatal Attraction' recycled disaster - REVIEW

Screen Gems has yet another all African-American romantic thriller to show its September audience

The psychotic girl is obsessed with the married man; now this sounds similar. 461 more words


10 Guilty-Pleasure Erotic Thrillers

Happy anniversary to Adrian Lyne’s Fatal Attraction, which premiered on this day back in 1987 in all its over-the-top glory. The expression “bunny boiler” was created thanks to Lyne’s erotic thriller, which at times is more absurd than sexy — but no one can deny the insanity of Glenn Close’s unhinged performance as the one-night-stand who stalks her part-time lover (the always sweaty Michael Douglas) and threatens his family. 286 more words


Review of Stuck on You

Stuck on You by Patricia Mar

Publisher: Aria Publishing

Publication Date: September 1, 2016

Sara is admiring a photo of male supermodel, Daniel Gant, in one of her younger sister, Virginia’s, celebrity magazines. 497 more words


Where Did Love Go?

I read with dismay recently, the story of a young man who killed his wife that he professed to love and cherish until death did them part. 399 more words

Where Did Love Go?

Yakmala: Swimfan

Back in my office working days, my old boss was perusing the newspaper, hunting for a movie he’d like to see. He asked his wife if she was interested in seeing “the fish movie.” After about thirty minutes, an enigma machine we’d seized from the Germans, a visit from Jessica Chastain’s… 1,480 more words

Projected Pixels And Emulsion

99 Word Blog (#005) Hey, Bernie Backers!

Dear “Bernie or Bust” diehards,

Like spurned lovers, you cling to your self-indulgent, Fatal Attraction to Bernie Sanders. He’s said, “It’s all over”, yet, you’ve refused to let go. 76 more words

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Fatal Attraction

1987, Rated R

When married man Dan (Michael Douglas) meets Alex Forrest (Glenn Close) at a party, his world gets turned upside-down. They begin a relationship that seems like fun at first, but soon things take a disturbing turn. 50 more words