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The 10 best moments from the first 'Grey's Anatomy' ever

Season 1 | Episode 1 | “A Hard Day’s Night” | Aired Mar 27, 2005 AND Apr 9, 2015

You guys. This is an emotional gift. 955 more words

11 Times Meredith And Cristina Were The Real Love Story Of 'Grey’s Anatomy'

Contrary to popular belief, the most important love story on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy isn’t between Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd — or even Alex Karev and Izzie Stevens, or Cristina Yang and Preston Burke, or… 257 more words


Tammy (2014)

Directed by Ben Falcone, Tammy isn’t as bad as its reputation suggests and yet it still has trouble finding any footing. It contains an admirable working class quality in that it doesn’t rely on conventional standards to float its conventional road trip comedy clichés, but there’s still a lot of trouble in terms of cohesion and overall entertainment. 583 more words


Umbrage in Umbria

Umbrage in Umbria

In which Diane Lane

plays an American woman

recovering from the pain

of a recent divorce.

Sandra Oh will feature

as her quirky sidekick, 127 more words


'Grey's Anatomy': Ranking all 10 season finales

If you’ve made it from March 27, 2005, to March 27, 2015, you are officially a Grey’s Anatomy “good man in the storm” … because along the way, everyone else got hit by a bus or shot in the face or killed in a plane crash. 1,199 more words

Alphabet Cinema: "G" is for "Gone Girl" and "Grey's Anatomy"

My brother wanted me to review Gone Girl (2014) for “G” but it hadn’t been on my Alphabet Cinema list when I first made it. (I’m still surprised he didn’t write a review first.) I’d had this film on my Redbox watch list though, and wanted to watch Oscar-nominated… 819 more words


Retro movie review: Last Night [1998]

The world ends at midnight and the citizens of Toronto try to make the best of what few hours are left. Widowed architect Patrick (Don McKellar) wants to spend his final minutes by himself, much to the chagrin of his family, who commemorate the occasion with a Christmas celebration even though it’s not Christmas. 597 more words

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