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I imagine most people who’ve seen Serendipity saw it because of a desire to see charming John Cusack and charming Kate Beckinsale brought together by fate and fall in love and live happily ever after. 757 more words

Stonehearst Asylum aka Eliza Graves (2014) lacks the necessary insanity

Prologue. A lecture hall of a university somewhere in Britain at the end of the 19th century. An Alienist (Brendan Gleeson) wants to demonstrate to his students how to treat “hysteria” and for that reason, his assistants roll a young woman in a wheelchair into the hall. 923 more words

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Kate Beckinsale Wears Brian Atwood Braided Sandals At Newport Beach Film Festival

Kate Beckinsale made a distinctive appearance for more reasons than just her acting.

The 42-year-old star stepped out wearing robust spring colors to attend the Newport Beach Film Festival in Newport Beach, Calif., on Saturday. 74 more words


2016 Met Gala Red Carpet Wish List Part 3

I’m just gonna keep plugging along posting a tone of red carpet wishes for the 2016 Met Gala “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology,” which takes place on Monday May 2, 2016. 1,084 more words

Red Carpet Wish List

Serendipity (2001)

There comes a point in your adult life when exchanging numbers with a stranger is the sensible thing to do. If you’ve spent the evening sharing desserts and skating under the stars, we’ll assume he doesn’t creep you out and that he in fact has a good chance of being normal. 493 more words

Western Movie Reviews

How Whit Stillman Humanized Privilege

Medieval morality plays had vice; Marxists, the bourgeoisie; and my English professors, dead white males. (They also worried about power, brainchild of Foucault’s bald pate.) But these days, we cross our index fingers in the face of privilege. 1,362 more words