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Day 27 of Noirvember: The 2016 Turner Classic Movies Film Festival -- Even More Adventures in Paradise - Part 6

Now that the last bite of macaroni and cheese has been devoured and every morsel of leftover bird has been recycled into turkey sandwiches, turkey hash or turkey pot pie, it’s time for another installment of the 2016 Turner Classic Movies Film Festival: Even More Adventures in Paradise! 752 more words

Film Noir

"Unleashed"

LOUISA:

LOUISA SAYS:

The delightfully offbeat premise of “Unleashed” is without question the film’s greatest strength. This ultimate chick flick tells the story of San Francisco app designer Emma ( 368 more words

2016 Film Reviews

MAX ROSE (2016) review

written by: Daniel Noah
produced by: Lawrence Inglee, Garrett Kelleher and Bill Walton
directed by: Daniel Noah
rated: unrated
runtime: 83 min.
U.S. release date: September 2, 2016 (limited) and September 16, 2016 (at Landmark Renaissance Place Cinema in Highland Park, IL) 1,413 more words

To Die For - Review

✯✯✯✯½

I dislike many of Gus Van Sant’s films, so I was admittedly rather steady before coming into To Die For. Coming out of To Die For, the most pleasant surprise to which I have acquired out of it was that Gus Van Sant has indeed created a film that I also found myself never completely detached from in the end. 975 more words

Film Reviews

Happy Birthday: Illeana Douglas

Illeana Douglas

Born: July 25, 1965 in Quincy, Massachusetts, USA

Granddaughter of Melvyn Douglas.

FACTORY GIRL
2006
dir. George Hickenlooper
Stars:
Sienna Miller 34 more words

July 25: Happy Birthday Matt LeBlanc and Illeana Douglas

Joey may not share food, but Friends actor Matt LeBlanc shares a birthday with several other people who aren’t quite as famous as he is.  LeBlanc won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Joey Tribbiani over 10 seasons of Friends.   230 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

I Blame Dennis Hopper by Illeana Douglas

Do you have to be a fan of hers to enjoy Illeana Douglas’s memoir I Blame Dennis Hopper?

That’s the essential question with any celebrity memoir, I guess.   643 more words

Book Review