Oscars 2019 – Reflections on winners, memorable moments

Quick confession: I'm copying this post from 2015. Well whaddayaknow, four years later, I am still loyal to tradition of watching the Oscars in my PJs live tweetin' with my laptop!! The way to watch the #Oscars is always in my PJs w/ my laptop. Just set up a standing workstation for live tweeting tonight …

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Eclectic Weekend Roundup: Great Expectations (1998), About A Boy (2002), Under the Cherry Moon (1986)

Well there goes the weekend… it seems to fly by so fast as it always does. I'm super excited for my upcoming trip to Montréal next week, we'll be there for four nights and then three nights in Québec City. The Airbnb flats we'll be staying at are gorgeous and they're both right downtown too! I'll be …

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The morning after … Oscars 2014 – Recap and Reflections

Happy Monday everybody! Soooo... how many of you stayed up late to watch the Oscars last night? Well I live tweeted for the most part, I find that it's easier than doing a live blog. As the Oscar attendees got ready this Sunday, I went to brunch, gym, prepared dinner and went downstairs to my …

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Weekend Viewing Roundup & Musings on BAFTA Awards 2014

Hi everyone! Did you have a nice weekend? It's another long weekend for me as I got Monday off for President's Day. It couldn't have come at a more perfect time as Winter storm is brewing as I'm typing this, glad I didn't have to drive in this Wintry condition. Before I get to my …

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Musings on Dolby Atmos Cinema Sound Technology

Dolby Labs has been supplying Hollywood films with their audio system for years, the first film to have use its technology was Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. By the mid 70s most major Hollywood films started using Dolby sound and today it's still the most widely use surround sound system in theaters across the world. …

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FlixChatter Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s GRAVITY

One of the power of great movies is that it gives us 'escapism,' a relief from whatever problems we have in our daily life for an hour or two. But a truly great film gives us something more... more to take in, to marvel at, and to reflect on. Gravity, to me, is one of …

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Weekend Viewing Roundup and World War Z review

Hello all, hope you have a great weekend. Today is the Autumnal Equinox, that is the first day of Fall! I'm sooo lovin' the crisp, cool air of Autumn! 😀 So did you hit the theaters this weekend? Perhaps you went to see PRISONERS, billed as the first adult drama of the Fall season. If …

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Five for the Fifth: September 2013 Edition

Hello folks, welcome to the first FALL edition of Five for the Fifth! As is customary for this monthly feature, I get to post five random news item, observation, trailer, actor/director spotlight, etc. and then turn it over to you to share your take on that given topic. You can see the previous five-for-the-fifth posts …

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5 Films That Are Better Than the Books They Are Based On

Every time Hollywood studios turn popular books into films, most fans of the books will always coin the term “The book is better”. I’m quite sure fans of The Hobbit and Jack Reacher books are already saying that. Most of the time they’re right, as an avid reader myself, I used that term many times …

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Five for the Fifth: May 2012 Edition

Hello folks, welcome to the May 2012 edition of Five of the Fifth! As is customary for this monthly feature, I get to post five random news item/observation/poster, etc. and then turn it over to you to share your take on that given topic. You can see the previous five-for-the-fifth posts here. So let's get …

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