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Film Review: The Family Man (2000)

Nicolas Cage and his lunatic energy have often proven hard to neuter, although not for a lack of trying. 2000’s The Family Man, which sees Cage as a Wall Street goon who magically gets a chance to live an alternate life, is a perfect example of this. 1,183 more words

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Ghost Town (2008)

If you were to tell me that a movie in which Ricky Gervais learned to be a better person both existed and was not terrible, I would laugh in your face. 255 more words

I was one of the most brilliant liars as a child. – Tea Leoni http://ift.tt/29celHa

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Madam Secretary s2 ep 23

The second season of Madam Secretary has just finished on UK TV. And, perhaps a little to my surprise, I’m forced to reflect that it has stealthily become one of my favourite shows on TV at the moment. 251 more words


Madame Alexander...damn...I mean, Madam Secretary

I’ve recently become addicted to the CBS TV series “Madam Secretary” with Téa Leoni and Tim Daly. It’s another insider-White House series, this time with Téa as the unconventional Secretary of State called to duty when the man previously holding that position goes down in a plane accident (well, no accident, but you have to watch for details about… 604 more words


"If you've got one thing running through your veins it's guts..."

Do you have plans for Sunday nights? (I mean after football?). I’m sure there are plenty of things you could be doing. But I suggest doing something important – Watch Madam Secretary on CBS. 640 more words


DEEP IMPACT (1998) - Barely makes a dent

The following is my contribution to the Nature’s Fury Blogathon, being hosted by Barry at the blog Cinematic Catharsis from June 18-20, 2016. Click on the above banner, and read bloggers’ critiques of movies with the theme of Mother Nature striking back! 524 more words