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Unchained phallus: Ghost (1990)

When you think of Ghost, you think of that scene. You know the one. The scene where the scantily-clad young lovers make out at a pottery wheel, as ‘Unchained Melody’ plays on the soundtrack, and the wheel itself produces… 708 more words

Movie Review: A Walk To Remember

Another Nicholas Sparks book turned film, and without question one of the most popular. I remember when I was in middle and high school this was just about everyone’s favorite Sparks film, and this was after “The Notebook.” I finally watched the movie about five years ago, and while it is not the best acted films I’ve seen it is one of the better films based on Nicholas Sparks books. 294 more words


Movie Review: Safe Haven

Let me just be clear, I am not a huge fan of Nicholas Sparks books or films. My mother will tell me (every. single. time.) how these are not realistic romances. 371 more words


Movie Review: Moonstruck

One of the most romantic and successful films of the 1980’s, Moonstruck is a movie I had heard for a very long time before taking the time to DVR it. 441 more words


Movie Review: Ever After

There have been many stories, movies, TV shows and episodes that involve Cinderella. One could argue what is the best version of the classic fairy tale, but it would be hard not to include this version, maybe not at the very top but pretty high up there. 637 more words


Movie Review: Carousel

One of my favorite movie or TV genres are musicals; while I do enjoy the action, drama, comedy and occasional sci-fi flick there is nothing like singing and dancing. 479 more words


Movie Review: The Holiday

If there was such a thing as a perfect romantic comedy this may take the top prize. Once again spoilers will be ahead.

“The Holiday” follows two different women, reporter Iris (Kate Winslet) and workaholic movie trailer producer Amanda (Cameron Diaz), but they are in the same boat; unlucky in love. 335 more words