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Murder on the Orient Express: The Fracture of a Soul

Sorry that I haven’t blogged in quite a while. I know it’s no excuse but 6 months ago I lost something very important to me and very close to me. 1,280 more words

Dark shadows

One of those movies made for Johnny Depp, therefore be ready for a film full of him. Fun to watch nevertheless.

Una de esas cintas creadas para Johnny Depp, asi que espera una película llena de él. Es divertida de ver.

Helena Bonham Carter's 10 Best Movies

Helena Bonham Carter is connected by blood to the aristocracy and democracy of England, being the great-granddaughter of a British Prime Minister and the first cousin of a Baroness.  309 more words

Movies

"LES MISERABLES" (2012) Review

“LES MISERABLES” (2012) Review

There were a few movies released in 2012 that I was very reluctant to see in the theaters. One of those movies turned out to be “LES MISERABLES”, the recent adaptation of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s 1985 stage musical of the same name. 1,661 more words

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Mastery of Merchant Ivory

In an attempt to blog more, I’m looking back at a blog post that I started just over a year ago. A bit embarrassing to realize that I never posted it, but why not do so now, with some more context added? 283 more words

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"Planet Of The Apes" (2001, Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth, Tim Burton)

Grade C-

An inferior remake of the original, “Planet Of The Apes” (2001) has Mark Wahlberg playing an astronaut who gets sucked into a time warp thingy in space and crash lands on a planet where apes rule and enslave primitive humans.   200 more words

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REVIEW: SAM'S CAFE

Sam’s Cafe is just about as Primrose Hill as it gets. His childhood in Gloucester Crescent, just across the railway tracks, was chronicled by Nina Stibbe in her book Love Nina, which was subsequently adapted for BBC One by Nick Hornby.   731 more words

Primrose Hill