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Seventh Son: Review

Some of my filmic guilty pleasures are rubbish fantasy films like Krull, and Hawk The Slayer. They, as well as Sunday afternoon television such as Xena: Warrior Princess, and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, enthralled me growing up, despite their undeniable naff factor. 437 more words

Still Alice


Based on a novel by neuroscientist Lisa Genova starring Julianne Moore as Alice, a professor of linguistics who, after becoming forgetful of words and on one occasion of her whereabouts, is told she will suffer Alzheimer’s disease.  348 more words

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Still Alice (Julianne Moore)

NB: dit filmblog kan spoilers bevatten!

Als de Oscar dit jaar niet naar Julianne Moore was gegaan, wanneer dan wel? Ik kan me eigenlijk niet één film herinneren waarin zij niet een topprestatie neerzette. 185 more words


[Movie Review] "Boogie Nights" (1997)

On Boogie Nights

Ever since I heard what this movie was about, I thought the topic interesting. I have never before watched a movie based on exploring the more human side of the porn industry (except “The House Bunny,” but that is beside the point), so I decided to check it out. 142 more words

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I watched Seventh Son so you don't have to!

I reviewed new fantasty adventure Seventh Son for Honeysuckle Magazine.

You can read the review here.

Honeysuckle Magazine is based in New York and covers art,culture and everything inbetween. Enjoy reading!


We have good weather!

The weather outside yesterday was absolutely stunning. Compared to how the weather has been here on my lonely island in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. 783 more words


Still Alice

2014/ USA, France

Director(s): Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland

Starring: Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Kristen StewartShane McRaeHunter Parrish

It seems prerequisite now that to win the best actress Academy Award, the role in question must concern sickness. 860 more words

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