Weekend Viewing Roundup: Sam Riley, Alternative Austen & Man Up (2015) review

I cannot fix the hour or the spot, or the look or the words which lay the foundation…I was in the middle when I knew it had began… That was a quote from Mr. Darcy in Pride & Prejudice & Zombies and that pretty much applies to how I feel the same way about the …

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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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10 Favorite Romantic Films Directed by Women

Firstly, HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY, everyone! I wish you love, good health and good movies... today and every single day of the year 😀 Now, this list is long overdue, but lately I've been thinking about all the romantic films that I love... and you know what, a lot of them are directed by female directors! …

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First Question of the Year: Which 2013 movie(s) do you appreciate but wouldn’t watch again?

It's been a bitterly c-cc-cold start to the new year here in my neck of the woods! I know I seem to be obsessing over the weather a lot but really, you'd understand when the *high* only reaches -2˚F (that's -18˚ C!) and I'm super excited that Friday is going to hit 20 degrees (woot …

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FlixChatter Review: Austenland

Oh Mr. Darcy. He's certainly the most popular period drama hero, and not just the ones from Jane Austen's imagination, mind you. Even those who don't care for this genre would probably know who Mr. Darcy is, though they might confuse him with the one in Bridget Jones' Diary, ahah. Now, he's not exactly my …

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