Again, this movie is wayyyyyyyyy at the end of my Meryl timeline, but it’s just so good.
August: Osage County is one of those films that makes you realize how great/normal your life is. 660 more words
Even with progressive movements that aim to raise awareness on LGBT* issues, topics that do not fit into the heteronormative notions of society are often still considered taboo today. 967 more words
I LOVE JULIA ROBERTS!!! Now that I’ve gotten that off my chest, let’s get into the break down of her look.
When I first saw the images of Julia Roberts and what she was wearing at EMMYS I have to say that I loved it as I thought that it was young and fresh, going against the usual floor length ball gowns and going for something more modern and youthful. 94 more words
Sure, no town on the planet speaks up louder in support of LGBT rights than Hollywood, but the Emmys just provided (long suspected) proof that many of its leading citizens really don’t mean it. 961 more words
In the movie Eat Pray Love, there’s a scene at an Indian ashram in which Julia Roberts’s character struggles to sit still during a group meditation. 637 more words