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Book Review: The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest by Melanie Dickerson

I received a copy of this book from “BookLookBloggers.com” in exchange for an honest review.

Odette Menkels has a secret. Despite being a daughter of a somewhat wealthy merchant, she spends her nights in the forest poaching deer meat. 542 more words

Book Review

Pretty But Troubled: 'Madame Bovary' Reviewed

While the most recent adaptation of Madame Bovary is no doubt pretty, director Sophie Barthes’ take on the classic Flaubert novel doesn’t quite feel like anything more than a bookish period piece. 320 more words

Local

Capsule Review: Jane Eyre, Run Lola Run, Martha Marcy May Marlene 

It’s about time that I finally get to write about female-centric films, particularly these three titles that are captivating and stimulating in their own strange… 780 more words

Movie

Chilling New Posters Set The Mood For Crimson Peak

A set of brand new and very chilling posters are a definite mood setter for Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming horror fable Crimson Peak.

Set in Crumbia, in a crumbling mansion in a largely rural and mountainous region of northern England in the 19th century, young author Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) discovers that her charming new husband Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) is not who he appears to be. 80 more words

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Movie Quote of the Day - Madame Bovary, 2015 (dir. Sophie Barthes)

Emma Bovary: The longer I live, the more clearly I feel that, on the whole, life is a disappointment.

Movie Quote Of The Day

Quote Challenge Special: Carroll

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
― Alice in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll)

I don’t have the book with me anymore, and I loved the 2010 movie having the same name with Mia Wasikowska as Alice Kingsley. 807 more words

Love

Flash Movie Review: Madame Bovary

Labels on products have more meaning to me than labels for humans. When I hear people making introductions, adding the label of the person’s profession, I wonder why it is important that we know what the person does for a living. 426 more words

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