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The Goldfinch

In an effort to read the book before seeing the movie and finally join the world of real “readers” once more, I finally picked up… 371 more words


Book Review: 'What Would Skeletor Do?: Diabolical Ways to Master the Universe' by Robb Pearlman

What Would Skeletor Do? is a a self-help and life advice book by none other than Skeletor himself. Well, at least it is Robb Pearlman writing as Skeletor because sadly, Skeletor isn’t real. 108 more words


In One Word, The War Of The Worlds by H G Wells is...

  • Published in 1897 in Pearson’s Magazine
    • Format: Audiobook
    • Narrator: Matthew Lloyd Davies
    • Listening Speed: 1.5x speed (Victorian literature can go on and on a bit)
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In One Word

Movie Review for "IT Chapter Two"

Two years ago when I reviewed IT Chapter One, I didn’t know how I was ever going to survive waiting two years to see Chapter Two. 603 more words

Book Review: The Martian

I remember when the movie came out.  I remember when this book was hot stuff.

And I remember thinking, at the time, that I didn’t have opportunity to read it, but I’ve found out that’s a bold-faced lie.  691 more words

Science Fiction

Daughter of Fire ~ A Review

This is my second review of this book. The internet gremlins stole the first one, a very long one, I might add.

I cannot get this book out of my head! 360 more words


Movies and Tea #22 - Somewhere

After the mixed reception to Marie Antoinette returned with Somewhere a film similar in style to Lost In Translation while also working memories of her own childhood growing up on her father’s sets as she here we follow Upcoming badboy Actor Johnny as he reconnects with his daughter Cleo and perhaps in turn finds what’s missing in his own life. 50 more words


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Next up in Season 3 of Movies and Tea in the Sofia Coppola films is 2010's indie drama film Somewhere starring Stephen Dorff and Elle Fanning. Its one that definitely feels like its less talked about probably because its less known than her other works. Head over to Movies and Tea to listen to our discussion of Somewhere. While you're over there, drop us a comment on whether you have seen this and your thoughts on it.