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Scenes That I Love: "And It's a Beautiful Day" in Fargo

As I sit here typing this at nearly 2 in the morning, this is what our front yard currently looks like:

Now, admittedly, this is nothing compared to what fellow TSL writers  250 more words


Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: Love Affair (dir by Leo McCarey)

“If you can paint, I can walk!” — Terry McKay (Irene Dunne) in Love Affair (1939)

So, TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar has ended but I’m still on my mission to watch and review… 699 more words


The Things You Find On Netflix: 88 (dir by April Mullen)

If you go over to Netflix right now, you can watch 88, the best film of the year so far.

88 opens with a close-up of Gwen (Katharine Isabelle).   600 more words


Trailer: Welcome to New York

Director Abel Ferrara’s thinly disguised film about French rapist Dominique Strauss-Kahn is finally getting an American release.  On March 27th, those of us in the states will finally get a chance to see and judge… 10 more words


Trailer: Ex Machina

So, this looks like it might be good.  Ex Machina is the directorial debut of novelist and screenwriter Alex Garland.  Judging from the trailer, it appears to be another film about humans getting too close to a machine.   23 more words


A Blast From The Past: Charlton Heston Explains The Ratings System


Are you confused by the ratings system?  Well, fortunately for you, Charlton Heston was willing to take some time out of his tennis game in order to explain it to you.   60 more words


What Lisa Watched Last Night #115: Kept Woman (dir by Michel Poulette)

Earlier, I watched the latest Lifetime original film, Kept Woman!

Why Was I Watching It?

Well, why not?  First off, it was on Lifetime.  Secondly, the commercials made it look really creepy.   543 more words