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Husbands and Wives

Husbands and Wives (1992)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Gabe (Woody Allen) and Judy (Mia Farrow) wait for their friends, Jack (Sydney Pollack) and Sally (Judy Davis), in their home so they can head out to dinner together. 791 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Husbands and Wives (1992)

Plot: Jack (Sydney Pollack) and his wife Sally (Judy Davis) have agreed to divorce, but the split is an amicable one and both seem to think this change will allow them to grow as people. 661 more words

Husbands and Wives (1992)

Next up is another TSPDT movie, but I’m skipping ahead a few here since I watched Oasis and L’Humanité before I started blogging about TSPDT. For completion sake, I may one day reach back into my memory and try to post about them, but for now, I’m moving on to #997, Husbands and Wives, which is a Woody Allen movie about marriage. 328 more words


The Ref

Released 03/11/1994                              Rated:R

We’ve been trying to see this one for a while, and it just never happened. But thanks to the freak snow days GA just had, we were finally able to sit down and watch it. 236 more words


Kangaroo (Burstall, 1986)

It’s easy to imagine this being considered a highly prestigious project at the time; adapted from an esteemed literary source – D.H.Lawrence’s barely-disguised autobiographical re-telling of his brief flirtation with Australian post-war society – … 810 more words

Australian Cinema


This movie about the world of women in the Australian outback is thoroughly enjoyable. Kate Winslett is excellent as always; Judy Davis is hard to recognize but deft. 291 more words

THE DRESSMAKER: who says you can’t have fun with revenge

In Jocelyn Moorhouse’s 2015 The Dressmaker (based on the novel by Rosalie Ham and available on Amazon Prime), Kate Winslet’s Tilly shows just how much fun you can have while slowly taking revenge on those who wronged you. 557 more words

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