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A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

Impression: My favorite movie of all time! It’s silly, but clever, laugh out loud funny, and smart. It has a lot of elements the 12 year old me loved and still loves: rule breaking (they are bank robbers), a strong female character who plays off all the stereotypes to outwit the guys, comedy and trickery. 297 more words


Writing with Fire: An Interview with Matthew Greenberg by Kent Hill

Chatting with Matt felt like getting together with a buddy you’d been out of touch with for too long. He is an explosion of wit and joy; even though he works in a town that can at times be a realm of foreboding dread. 216 more words


Scream Queens - Season 2, Episode 10: "Drain the Swamp"

FOX’s Scream Queens
Season 2, Episode 10: “Drain the Swamp”
Directed by Ian Brennan
Written by Brad Falchuk & Ian Brennan

* For a review of the penultimate Season 2 episode, “Lovin the D” – … 1,142 more words

Season 2

You Again

Released 09/24/2010                              Rated: PG

This may be my favorite chick flick in recent years. Normally with these kinds of movies, I can take it or leave it, and the majority of the time, they end up being nothing to write home about. 477 more words


Lindsay Lohan has written a treatment for Mean Girls 2

It may not be October 3rd, but it’s an exciting day for Mean Girls fans. During a Facebook Live session for CNN on Thursday, Cady Heron herself, … 350 more words


Another Christmas Movie

One movie that one rarely hears mentioned as a “Christmas Movie” happens to be my favorite.

Trading Places was released in 1983 with a cast of fairly recognizable faces, including  Dan Ackroyd, Eddie Murphy, Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Ameche and Ralph Bellamy. 72 more words

Review: Scream Queens Season 2 Episode 10 "Drain the Swamp"

Though this episode is particularly funny and the resolution to each character’s storyline is  wonderfully original, well constructed and true to their personalities, the climax to the mystery felt rushed and underdeveloped. 80 more words