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American Sniper (2014)

It’s a Friday, but this is not a Bowie post! I mentioned before I’m not into action films, however this one managed to knock my socks off! Well, it’s an action film blended with plenty of good drama. I can’t remember the last time I felt so shaken up by a film and thought about it for…… Continue reading American Sniper (2014)

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The Hunger (1983)

A film directed by the late Tony Scott. Miriam (Catherine Deneuve) is a vampire queen who lures her lovers into the dark side by promising them eternal youth. She is married to John (David Bowie), her companion for the last 200 years. Together they’re set to hunt their midnight pray. When John faces a strange disease…… Continue reading The Hunger (1983)

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Under the Skin (2013)

Director: Jonathan Glazer I’m terribly disturbed by this film. I haven’t read the synopsis before watching, so really did not know what to expect. I don’t think anyone will fuckin’ know what to expect in this case. Under the Skin wins the oddest film award for me (it beats Frank to the punch), and I doubt it…… Continue reading Under the Skin (2013)

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Greatest Duos On Cinema- My Top 10

Some films just have the BEST cast collaborations ever.  On my latest post on Death Becomes Her, I praise Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep for being a fantastic combination and turning this film into the absolute classic it is until today.  Because I am so freakin’ impressed by those two, I had an idea for a post and…… Continue reading Greatest Duos On Cinema- My Top 10

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Death Becomes Her (1992)

Director: Robert Zemeckis I am such a nostalgic person. I can’t seem to let go of films from my childhood, and my obsession for them just keeps growing as I age. A most memorable film is this one! Death Becomes Her is one of my favorite films EVER EVER EVER, and if I wasn’t clear, than……… Continue reading Death Becomes Her (1992)

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Labor Day (2013)

There’s not much to do when your’e sitting at home with a tight neck. Naturally, I turned to films and Netflix for salvation. Director: Jason Reitman 111 minutes, Drama Plot: Adele (Kate Winslet) is a depressed agoraphobic mother who lives with her only son, Henry (Gattlin Griffith), in a small suburban town. They stumble upon a wounded and…… Continue reading Labor Day (2013)

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After the Wedding (2006)

Some films just live you speechless in the end… “After the Wedding” (“Efter brylluppet”, 2006) is a Danish Drama directed by Susanne Bier, starring the gorgeous and talented Mads Mikkelsen, Sidse Babett Knudsen, and Rolf Lassgård. The film tells the story of Jacob, a man who dedicates his life to teaching orphan children in India.…… Continue reading After the Wedding (2006)

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The Maxx (MTV, 1995)

Last night, as part of my usual “something to watch” hunt, I suddenly remembered there was a cartoon that I used to love watching when I was a teenager. I went on Wikipedia to discover traces of that show, and all of a sudden I got this huge blast from the past. That’s right! It…… Continue reading The Maxx (MTV, 1995)

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Curly Times On the Big Screen

As a proud owner of a big curly head, I have decided to dedicate an especially stylish post today for curls in cinema. Over the years I had seen some inspirational hairdos on T.V and some wacky ones too. I’ve collected a few photos from several films I love watching, me and my big hair,…… Continue reading Curly Times On the Big Screen