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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

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Revisiting Salem

Family Movie Night

By Karyn Bowman

As what seems to be fitting for the season, I have been listening to an audio book called How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather. 602 more words

Notes From Rumbly Cottage

Five Flaming Hotties

It’s time to go back to teenie days. To be shallow. Of course this post was bound to come up at some point. I mean, I’m human after all. 825 more words

Actors And Actresses

FOOD NETWORK CELEBRATES HALLOWEEN WITH HALLOWEEN WARS AND ALL-NEW HALLOWEEN WARS: HAYRIDE OF HORROR

Five Teams Compete for $50,000 Grand Prize in Season Premiere of Halloween Wars on October 1ST

New Series Halloween Wars: Hayride of Horror and Special Road To Halloween Wars Take the Action out of the Kitchen and into the Pumpkin Patch… 1,005 more words

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"A Walk To Remember" (2002, Mandy Moore, Shane West, Nicholas Sparks)

Grade B-

From Nicholas Sparks’ second novel, “A Walk To Remember” pairs Mandy Moore and Shane West as high school teens at opposite ends of everything.   347 more words

Movies/Criticism/Funny

Here Alone (2016, dir. Rod Blackhurst)

A woman hides in a forest after the death of her daughter and husband in a zombie outbreak. Low-key and downbeat z-flick which makes the most of its limited resources in focusing on grief and character rather than on splatter.

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Film Review: "Awakening the Zodiac" (2017) ★★★

The Zodiac was one of the most notorious serial killers who challenged the police and FBI with codes they were unable to break. Up to this day, nobody knows his real identity and he still walks on this Earth as a free man. 465 more words

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