Thomas Hardy’s book may have been groundbreaking in 1874 but we’ve seen plenty of films telling a similar story since its release. In this third remake of Hardy’s novel, Carey Mulligan plays protagonist Bathsheba Everdene, a beautiful, independent woman in Victorian England who stands against societal norms of the day. 626 more words
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At the end of Masters of Sex this week, Bill asks Virginia “Who goes somewhere where they’re not wanted?” and this is an important question that runs through Bill’s quest to get approval from the birthplace of the study. 1,899 more words
I have written about this series before, twice. (See http://clarespark.com/2014/08/16/ferguson-mi-masters-of-sex-and-the-dilemma-of-the-white-liberal/, with link to the first one.)
The second episode the third season of Masters of Sex 619 more words
Michael Sheen has joined the upcoming film, Passengers, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.
The sci-fi drama is scripted by Jon Spaihts, PASSENGERS takes place on a spacecraft that’s traveling to a distant planet on which a passenger wakes up from a cryogenic sleep 90 years before planned and decides to wake up a female passenger. 145 more words
"Masters of Sex" is back, and still great. Why parents don't get anything done, explained in 80 seconds. And Denis Leary's new show? Eh, not so hot.
The show I think is the second best on TV these days is back on Showtime, and two episodes in, I’m totally overwhelmed and once again hooked in deep. 598 more words
Moving from 1965 to 1966 with yet another time jump for Masters of Sex this season, albeit a much smaller one than last week as the book goes from galleys to publication. 1,493 more words