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Joy Movie Review

“Joy and pain. Like sunshine and rain.” – Rob Base & D.J. E-Z Rock

David O. Russell’s latest tells a fable grounded in reality of Joy Mangano, who invented a new way to clean floors in the early 90s with the Miracle Mop. 419 more words


Cinema’s Greatest Scenes: #4 Blue Velvet

Every Friday I’m going to be highlighting and analysing some of cinema’s greatest scenes, or sequences depending on your definition. Some will be familiar, etched indelibly into the iconography of cinema, while others will be obscurer moments worthy of wider circulation and attention. 1,084 more words

Films Essays And Opinion

New Beetle Species Named after Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Mark Twain

Michael Ferro, collection manager at the Clemson University Arthropod Collection, recently published an article that describes 14 new beetle species, all of which belong to the genus… 204 more words

Insects In The News

Isabella Rossellini: From Blue Velvet to Green Porno

When Isabella Rossellini was first sighted, back in 2008, in a web series called Green Porno playing a copulating housefly, a male mantis being devoured in flagrante, a snail defecating on its own head, plus lots of other sex-crazed creepy-crawlies, the reaction was one of bemused amusement and perhaps just a touch of schadenfreude. 1,094 more words


Isabella Rossellini Hosts Sky Arts Hub's Biggest Project: 'Master of Photography'

Sky is known for taking “The X Factor” to the next level in Italy. Now in a bold experiment, it’s launching the first European talent-competition show dedicated to photography, with Isabella Rossellini as host.  419 more words


Isabella Rossellini Return to Lancôme

After growing up in Italy, Isabella Rossellini, the daughter of international film royalty, came to the United States when she was 19 and studied at… 448 more words

Fragrance & Perfume


Mick asked me to take her to see “Joy” yesterday. Not my kind of movie, but we seldom go to the movies together, so I agreed. 289 more words

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