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Well-Acted and Haunting, 'Phantom Thread' May Not Be for Everyone

Steven Soderbergh has faked retirement a handful of times, so here’s hoping Daniel Day-Lewis follows in his path.

“Phantom Thread” is the latest film from writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson (his first since 2014’s “Inherent Vice”) and actor Daniel Day-Lewis (his first performance since 2012’s “Lincoln”); the pair previously worked together on “There Will Be Blood.” The film follows a renowned dressmaker (Day-Lewis) in 1955 London who falls in love with a waitress (Vicky Krieps), only to realize the two have self-destructive tendencies. 667 more words

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2017 Movie Review Round-Up (Part Two)

Welcome back to my woefully incomplete recap of 2017’s cinematic offerings. I’m still catching up on older releases on Netflix, so if I see enough interesting stuff in the next week I might do a part three, or at least a little bonus round. 1,433 more words

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Review: Lines of Justice: Aždaja, by Lee Sherred

Lines of Justice: Aždaja by Lee Sherred
Published by Lee Sherred on June 26, 2017
Series: n/a
Genre(s): fiction, action, crime, thriller
Format & Pages: e-book, 170… 435 more words

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NEW Tisty Tosty Bath Bomb from Lush

For Valentine’s 2018 Lush have revamped an old favourite, the Tisty Tosty Bath Bomb. Instead of being all white, it is now half white and half hot-pink. 443 more words

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Nine Inches: Stories by Tom Perrotta

  • Title: Nine Inches: Stories
  • Author: Tom Perrotta
  • # of Pages: 246

Nine Inches, Tom Perrotta’s first true collection, features ten stories—some sharp and funny, some mordant and surprising, and a few intense and disturbing. 656 more words

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Song Review: Jimin (AOA) - Hey

While AOA remains on hiatus, leader Jimin is back with her second solo single in conjunction with W Magazine. October’s Hallelujah seemed to be on the cusp of trends by incorporating a Latin touch, but… 223 more words

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