Tags » Kiera Knightly

The Singularity Happened in 1998

Today is an exciting day. Everyday is an exciting day, but especially today.

Today, after months in BETA, and years in development, I’m proud to announce Stage 2 of the soft launch of WDD. 324 more words

Disturbing The Peace

Day 26 - Keira Knightly 

Kiera always stands out of the red carpet, but in a subtle way. She’s whimsical, classic, and classy. She wears a lot of tulle and looks good, and she doesn’t focus on being “sexy.” I love that about her and can’t wait to see what she wears next. 20 more words

Fashion

Review #11 | Essay | "Pride and Prejudice" (2005)

As I’ve been studying various sources, reading reviews, “watching and learning” from people who write reviews for a living, and developing my own style, I have tried to maintain a subjective point of view. 2,212 more words

Every Unhappy Opera Heroine is Unhappy in Her Own Way

One of the most visually striking scenes in Joe Wright’s film adaptation of “Anna Karenina.” Opera lovers, please note the wonderful use of Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s backdrop for The Queen of the Night’s entrance from his famous 1815 production of Die Zauberflöte.

Opera

3 Kiddie Pool Classics or 3 Easy-to-Read Classics that Shouldn't Scare the Pants off of You

Hey all! Today is the day you’ve been waiting for. The day I offend literati all over the inter web by comparing books that are stained with their (AND MY!) tears of adoration, to the shallow end of a pool. 977 more words

Books

Everest (2015) - Trailer Review

The Filmnomore Movie Blog comments on the first International trailer for big mountain adventure Everest

Two trailers dropped recently for this film and I have chosen to review the International version as I live on the UK side of the pond.   222 more words

Film Trailer

Movie Review: The Imitation Game

Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain’s top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II. 670 more words

Review