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A Perfect Murder Movie Review

Review by: dancingonrain.

When a husband finds out his wife is cheating, normally he would be devastated.  Not Steven Taylor (Michael Douglas).  With Steven’s financial business plummeting, he sees his wife Emily’s (Gwenyth Paltrow) affair as an opportunity to get rid of her and inherit her millions of dollars for himself.  358 more words

Goop Galangal Broth 2.0 Sweet Potato Patties

These were probably one of my favourite accidents ever.

Curried Sweet potato patties made from the left over sweet potato from the GOOP Galangal Broth. Unfortunately the recipe measurements are not precise but just use your best judgment. 92 more words

Let Food Be Thy Medicine

“You dropped some cigarettes.”

The Royal Tenenbaums directed by Wes Anderson

Dazed and Confused XVII: The Talented Mr. Ripley

By Tony Schwab, staff writer

Anthony Mingella’s “The Talented Mr. Ripley” is an adaptation of a novel by Patricia Highsmith, who also wrote the novels that would become “Carol” and “Strangers On a Train.” All of these films share a dark fascination with luxury. 432 more words


Issue No. 5 Goop. She Did It Again.

Gwyneth Paltrow is popping up everywhere. And when her face popped up in my Instagram feed next to a jar with the word “goop” on it, I was curious. 404 more words

Our Perverse Obsession With Shape-Shaming a 56-Year-Old Doll

Combatting body shaming has been a big issue for many years now, with women’s glossies and Dove commercials telling us that all shapes and sizes are beautiful—unless, of course, you’ve got an hourglass figure, in which case others are allowed to ridicule you. 770 more words


A Healthy Mind, Body and Soul

Gwenyth Paltrow graciously offers us, the ignorant masses, her guide to an immaculate lifestyle

With the doom-laden news we witness every day on our holographic transmitters – news of ISIS, terrorism, processed dairy, war and the like – I am encouraged more than ever to really put my foot down and fight, not just the ISIS of Liberia, but the ISIS of our mental minds. 673 more words

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