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MOVIE REVIEW | The Witches of Eastwick (1987)

“I think… no, I am positive… that you are the most unattractive man I have ever met in my entire life. You know, in the short time we’ve been together, you have demonstrated every loathsome characteristic of the male personality and even discovered a few new ones. 600 more words


The Witches Of Eastwick (1987 United States)

Very loosely based on the novel by John Updike, the story of three middle-aged women who, through the use of black magic (and unaware of their witchy powers) conjure up the “perfect man,” who, in reality, is the devil in disguise. 686 more words


Up close and personal

It was hot and sunny and we were walking a walk  that I had tried in the last gasps winter but the waymarks simply stopped – trees felled or fallen … it happens.   298 more words


“Staying Young Is Getting Old”: The Neglected Post-'Clueless' Career of Writer/Director Amy Heckerling

Clueless turns 20 on July 19, and Flavorwire is celebrating all week with a series of tributes to Amy Heckerling’s era-defining teen film. Click here… 1,374 more words


Hairspray (2007)

This is a musical set in the 1960’s. A girl is selected to appear on a popular television show despite her “larger than average” body type. 103 more words

Don't Do It!

The Family

The Family is a left-of-centre dark comedy about the ex-mobster Italian-American Maznoni family’s plight to hide their obvious raging insanity from countryside Frenchmen in order to stay in the safety of the Witness Protection program. 432 more words

Written Content

Frankie and Johnny

Michelle Pfeiffer and Al Pacino are wonderful in the romantic story of Frankie and Johnny. Frankie (Pfeiffer) has had some bad relationships that have resulted in her opting out of dating and aside from waitressing she spends her time with her colleagues and a gay neighbour. 170 more words